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Singing sensation Pink touches down in Perth ahead of concerts at Optus Stadium

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Perth get ready for Pink mania! The US superstar has touched down in WA ahead of her concerts this weekend.

The 44-year-old, born Alecia Beth Moore, sneakily arrived in Perth on Wednesday afternoon to an entourage of vehicles ready to whisk her away.

The Just Give Me A Reason singer is set to rock out at Optus Stadium on Friday and Saturday as part of her Summer Carnival tour.

Arriving on a chartered Virgin flight just before 4pm, the star was seen disembarking the plane with her crew and equipment.

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In a relaxed but stylish outfit, Pink wore a cream hat, pink shirt and denim jeans paired with white sneakers.

In a relaxed but stylish outfit, Pink wore a cream hat, pink shirt and denim jeans paired with white sneakers.
Camera IconIn a relaxed but stylish outfit, Pink wore a cream hat, pink shirt and denim jeans paired with white sneakers. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/ Daniel Wilkins

She had a quick interaction with the airline crew before entering a silver car.

The car then drove away across the tarmac with a fleet of black vehicles in close pursuit.

The car then drove away across the tarmac with a fleet of black vehicles in close pursuit.
Camera IconThe car then drove away across the tarmac with a fleet of black vehicles in close pursuit. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/ Daniel Wilkins

Pink arrived in Perth after her concert in Adelaide on Tuesday night.

Aussie artist Toni Watson, best known as Tones and I, is supporting her on the tour as an opening act.

She had a quick interaction with the airline crew before entering a silver car.
Camera IconShe had a quick interaction with the airline crew before entering a silver car. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/ Daniel Wilkins

Pink was spotted earlier in February enjoying family time in Bondi and Manly, where she was turned away from Manly Skiff Club because she had forgotten her ID.

On the same day, Pink also had a close call with a venomous bluebottle jellyfish while walking on the beach.

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