By
Cassie Carpenter

01:42 EST, 23 March 2013

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01:43 EST, 23 March 2013

 

She’s currently in the midst of her Truth About Love Tour.

And Pink proved she certainly has the strength and muscle power to endure her sixth world tour as she flaunted her incredible six-pack abs onstage at Madison Square Garden Friday.

The 33-year-old singer, real name Alecia Moore, took the stage baring her ‘pelvic V muscle’ in a turtlenecked crop-top with rhinestone detail.

Ab-tacular: Pink proved she certainly has the muscle power to endure The Truth About Love Tour as she flaunted her incredible six-pack abs onstage at Madison Square Garden Friday

Ab-tacular: Pink proved she certainly has the muscle power to endure The Truth About Love Tour as she flaunted her incredible six-pack abs onstage at Madison Square Garden Friday

The androgynous beauty, who sticks to
a mostly vegan diet, matched her ab-tacular top with matching
rhinestone-coated trousers and high-heeled boots.

‘2 things I can’t believe: I’m
headlining Madison Square Garden 2nite, and the first leg of the US tour
is almost complete. So fast!!!!!’ Pink tweeted to her 14.1 million
followers.

‘Thanks to all the amazing people that came out to play with us.’

Read between the lines: The 33-year-old singer, real name Alecia Moore, took the stage baring her 'pelvic V muscle' in a turtlenecked crop-top with rhinestone detail

Read between the lines: The 33-year-old singer, real name Alecia Moore, took the stage baring her ‘pelvic V muscle’ in a turtlenecked crop-top with rhinestone detail

Read my abs: The androgynous beauty, who sticks to a mostly vegan diet, matched her ab-tacular top with matching rhinestone-coated trousers and high-heeled boots

Read my abs: The androgynous beauty, who sticks to a mostly vegan diet, matched her ab-tacular top with matching rhinestone-coated trousers and high-heeled boots

Wire work: Some critics have said that the three-time Grammy winner's Cirque du Soleil-style acrobatics take away from her naturally beautiful voice

Wire work: Some critics have said that the three-time Grammy winner’s Cirque du Soleil-style acrobatics take away from her naturally beautiful voice

Some critics have said that the
three-time Grammy winner’s Cirque du Soleil-style acrobatics take away
from her naturally beautiful voice.

Last Sunday, Pink reportedly stopped her Philadelphia concert to comfort a distraught little girl in the audience.

According to Yahoo, the pixie-haired
pop star offered the child a stuffed frog toy and a Rice Krispy treat,
telling her ‘you look beautiful!’

'Look what I found in my shoe bag!!!!!' The Get the Party Started hitmaker tweeted a snap of her daughter Willow in a suitcase Friday

‘Look what I found in my shoe bag!!!!!’ The Get the Party Started hitmaker tweeted a snap of her daughter Willow in a suitcase Friday

'Willow is heavenly': Pink calls the toddler 'my angel, my purpose, my biggest blessing' and has said she loves being a mother

‘Willow is heavenly’: Pink calls the toddler ‘my angel, my purpose, my biggest blessing’ and has said she loves being a mother

Pink is a doting mother to her own two-year-old daughter Willow, whom accompanies the singer on her jet-setting lifestyle.

‘Look what I found in my shoe
bag!!!!!’ the Get the Party Started hitmaker tweeted Friday along with a
snap of her girly girl in the suitcase.

Last Thursday, the Trouble singer
spent the afternoon at Kidville in New York with Willow and her husband,
retired motocross racer Carey Hart.

Pink calls Willow ‘my angel, my purpose, my biggest blessing’ and has said she loves being a mother.

What a day: Pink and husband Carey Hart treated Willow to Kidville and a new rag doll on Thursday in New York

What a day: Pink and husband Carey Hart treated Willow to Kidville and a new rag doll on Thursday in New York

‘Willow is heavenly. She’s changed the way I look at life,’ Pink said last September.

‘She’s funny and fiery, with Carey’s
looks and my attitude. It’s been amazing watching my man stumble
awkwardly into love with his baby daughter.

‘I’d love to have more kids. I’d like a big, dysfunctional basketball team full of them!’

The So What singer will next perform at New Jersey’s Izod Center in East Rutherford on Saturday.

Her tour ends December 14 at Atlanta’s Philips Arena.

The comments below have not been moderated.

You need body power to carry Punk Attitude, and she has both!! Strong woman, strong performances, Go Pink!

Dada
,

Out of the Way, United Kingdom,
24/3/2013 11:32

Shes repulsive.

habler
,

Atlantis, United Kingdom,
24/3/2013 09:57

yuck..tattoos

class37
,

northants,
24/3/2013 09:45

Always reminds me of Denise Welsh – they’e both VILE so harldy surprising!

KyliesSparklyTiarra
,

Formby,
24/3/2013 08:41

“pelvic v muscle” …. Seriously, DM? There is no such thing. (1) her abdominal muscles – rectus, transversus, obliques – all just attaching to bilateral inguinal ligaments like normal… superior to the pelvic area. (2) the pelvic area is inferior to the ligaments and abdominal muscles… so when referring to a “pelvic V muscle” the only one starting with “V” in that area rhymes with Regina (town in Canada).

Stop letting us down, DM “journalists”. This was completely pathetic.

Leigh
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Constantinople, United States,
24/3/2013 04:31

Can’t wait to see her live next month

Vaneilla
,

Glasgow, United Kingdom,
24/3/2013 02:44

Love her- amazing women. QUESTION:for someone who knows- does a women with a “pelvis-V” – like this- imply more testosterone?
– deb, bloomington, 23/3/2013 8:53

NO!! She has a body like this because she trained full time as a gymnast for 8 whole years growing up. Her body is beautiful and so is she, inside and out.

Vaneilla
,

Glasgow, United Kingdom,
24/3/2013 02:43

Yuk…disgustingly butch body!

honeybee0602
,

Brighton,
24/3/2013 02:36

Proper Woman, Proper artist end of.

Matrix
,

Leeds, United Kingdom,
24/3/2013 02:33

I think I have the pelvic ‘w’ muscle happening!!

linjellet
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melbourne, Australia,
24/3/2013 01:25

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