Pink Is Allegedly Jealous Of Taylor Swift Over Media Coverage
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Pink Is Allegedly Jealous Of Taylor Swift Over Media Coverage

Pink is allegedly getting catty over Taylor Swift. The singer is allegedly furious that the media focused all of their attention on the latter in Australia. Both singers toured the continent earlier this year.

Our report of Pink's fury comes from Nova's Ricki-Lee, Tim & Joel. Sam Fischer appeared on the showing talking about Swift. Fischer said, "Just Taylor Swift ... but they need the cash I get it!" Co-host Tim Blackwell had asked: "Did you think now everyone's money is going into, like, very, very few piles now?"

Blackwell also wanted to apologize to pink, noting that he felt sorry for the singer. He pointed out that Pink was completely overshadowed by Swift's visit to the country. It's all kind of sad. He quipped, "Pink is out here riding her bike around the Opera House saying 'I'm here, too!'"

He continued, "It's kind of funny everyone's talking about Beyoncé and Taylor doing the stadium shows but Pink's also out here selling them all out. I have a friend who's Pink's background singer and my friend Danny said she's really just pi**** off no one's talking about the fact that she's also selling out stadiums."

Taylor Swift Talks Spotlight

Meanwhile, Swift said that she isn't necessarily a fan of the spotlight. She once said she was more focused on discovering herself. "I've been more fascinated with discovering who I actually am," Swift said on Canada AM. "What I actually want and living my life on my own terms. There are so many abnormal circumstances surrounding my life that the only way I actually get to feel normal is when I go online and I read about their day at college.

However, she said that she's got comfortable with the spotlight."I've gotten comfortable with being myself," Swift said. "People know that I'm awkward sometimes, I'm not that cool and I'm not edgy."

Fast forward to 2024, and Swift isn't letting anything stop her. "Over the years, I've learned I don't have the time or bandwidth to get pressed about things that don't matter. Yes, if I go out to dinner, there's going to be a whole chaotic situation outside the restaurant. But I still want to go to dinner with my friends," she said. "Life is short. Have adventures. Me locking myself away in my house for a lot of years—I'll never get that time back. I'm more trusting now than I was six years ago."