Pink Said She Didn’t Enjoy Making “Lady Marmalade” Because Of “Some Personalities,” Then Denied Her Comments Were A Swipe At Her Former Nemesis, Christina Aguilera

February 20, 2023 / Posted by:

Pink has a new album and an upcoming tour to promote, so it’s time for her to do that thing where she talks some shit to assert her hard-ass persona. This time though, it was a little more thinly veiled than “Fuck Rolling Stone,” but still not a great mystery to be solved. Pink took our drama-loving all the way back to 2001 the other day when she said Lady Marmalade was her least favorite video to make due to “fuss” and “some personalities.”  And as we know from tales of long ago, Pink and Christina Aguilera butted Fraggle-wigged faux high-class whore heads back in the day. Pink may or may not have heckled Christina on the Lady Marmalade set, and Christina may or may not have swung at Pink at a club. So, everyone assumed Christina was the “personality” from Pink’s recent comments. But, Pink responded to that (very logical) assumption by denying she was shading Christina. 

It all started when an interviewer asked Pink to rank 12 of her videos, and she immediately ranked Lady Marmalade dead last because of the unpleasant experience she said she had–which I would assume was having to share the sangin’ spotlight. While she didn’t mention that Christina was the source of that unpleasantness, she did make sure to say nice words about Mya and Lil’ Kim, who were also collaborators on the song. via Us Weekly:

When the “So What” songstress, 43, ranked her 12 favorite music videos for BuzzFeed UK, she immediately ranked the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack hit in the last position.

“It wasn’t very fun to make,” Pink told the British outlet in an interview published on Friday, February 17. “I’m all about fun and it was, like, a lot of fuss and there were some personalities. Kim and Mya were nice!”

Although, she could’ve been talking about a douchey label executive who seemed to pit the women against each other before the song was even recorded.

“[Label executive] Ron Fair walked in. He didn’t say hi to any of us and said, ‘What’s the high part? What’s the most singing part? Christina’s going to take that part,’” Pink alleged in her VH1 Behind the Music special, which aired in 2009. “And I stood up, and I said ‘Hi. How are you? So nice of you to introduce yourself. I’m Pink. She will not be taking that part. I think that’s what the f–king meeting’s about.’”

The bad blood between Pink and Aguilera, now 42, escalated after the video wrapped.

But since Pink never explicitly named the fuss offender, most just assumed she was taking the opportunity to grab some attention by re-igniting the fire that middle-aged moms would gobble right up out of wistful nostalgia (I plead guilty). However, Page Six says Pink took to Twitter to criticize anyone who would think she has the time to do Xtina Dirrty in the year 2023. Ok, girl. 

“Y’all are nuts,” Pink wrote via Twitter after telling BuzzFeed UK that the 2001 shoot wasn’t “fun.”

She continued, “Xtina had s–t to do with who was on that song. If you don’t know by now — I’m not ‘shading’ someone by telling it over and over and over what actually happened. I’m zero percent interested in your f–king drama.”

The songwriter also noted that she is “a little busy selling … tickets and albums and bake sales and s–t” to shade the “Dirrty” singer, 42.

Here’s her tweetstorm:

If I were Pink, I wouldn’t want to kiss Xtina’s ass either–all of that dripping spray tan would obviously stain her mouth. But it’s also completely understandable that she decided to fire off a three-tweet denial of bad-mouthing Xtina. Though Christina hasn’t commented (as usual), those big bad Aguilera dancers are an intimidating crew and don’t take kindly to anyone shading their commander!

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