Photo: Courtesy of WHO.
Pop music's most underrated star P!nk stripped down for the cover of WHO magazine's body issue. Sure, she's naked, but there are covers featuring clothed celebrities that are way more sexualized than this.
"I’m in the best shape of my life," the "Try" singer told the Australian entertainment mag. "Instead of thinking, ‘Am I skinny?’ I grew up thinking, ‘Am I fast enough? How can I use my body?’" Considering the acrobatic performances she's famous for, it seems she's still asking those questions.
P!nk's a former gymnast turned pop star who's been churning out solid material since the late '90s. She's always been vocal about her insecurities and recently joined the One Billion Rising For Justice campaign against domestic violence. She also joined Sydney, Australia's Youth Off The Streets campaign.
P!nk revealed she's finally at a point in her life where she's comfortable posing nude for WHO. "I’m so much more patient with myself," she said. "I’m a person who could always lose a couple [pounds] here and there, but I would rather be strong than bony."
Amen, P!nk. Amen. It's so refreshing to see a celebrity promote body confidence rather than skirt around the topic. P!nk's comments are genuine and humanizing. She's not getting naked on the cover for nudity's sake. It's a brave move from a singer who never fails to impress us with her awesomeness. (Crushable)