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Pink thrilled to anger strangers 'just by existing'

Pink thrilled to anger strangers 'just by existing'
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Pink is thrilled to still wind up "complete strangers" just by being alive.

The singer is happy to share her views on subjects ranging from politics to the rights of women and animals, and has often used her songs to speak her truth.

Pink told her followers on Tuesday that she is glad to still feel relevant and capable of causing a stir.

"What a blessing to have life, years," she wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. "To be this strong, to be able To still p**s off complete strangers just by existing. F**k yeah times 44!"

Pink took to social media to post the message after someone caught her attention by claiming the star "got old".

The So What star may be in her 40s, but she isn't afraid of ageing.

"Yes," she replied to the less-than-flattering post. "Although I don't feel old, and I still get to wear a leotard to work, growing older is actually my first 'grateful' every day."

Pink, real name Alecia Moore, is no stranger to speaking her mind.

She wrote the 2017 ballad What About Us as a political protest against the United States government as she felt many people at the time felt unheard and forgotten.

In July last year, she thrilled fans with the surprise release of her new track Irrelevant, which again took a swipe at political events and urged people to be themselves despite any opposition.

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