The 38-year-old singer took the stage at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday, and per usual, left the audience in awe.
Keeping all focus on her insane vocals, Pink did something different this year with a stripped-down performance of "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken."
The rocker, who we normally see suspended in the air during her performances, took the stage with only herself and a microphone. She left the normally glitzy costumes (and shoes!) at home, instead opting for a white, off-the-shoulder T-shirt, which she paired over a white tank top with baggy blue jeans.
She also kept her beauty look simple, sporting minimal makeup and simple stud earrings.
Her husband, Carey Hart, and their 6-year-old daughter, Willow, cheered as Pink delivered the powerful performance, which was well-received by the star-studded crowd.
The performance follows the gravity-defying show she put on at the American Music Awards last November, where she teamed up with dance group Bandaloop. The mother of two danced on the side of the 34-floor JW Marriott hotel in downtown Los Angeles, all while belting out "Beautiful Trauma."
Earlier in the night, Pink was hoping to score her fourth GRAMMY award, as "What About Us," the debut single off her Beautiful Trauma album, was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance. However, she lost the accolade to Ed Sheeran, who won for "Shape of You."
Next up, Pink is gearing up to sing the national anthem at Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4. Hear more on that in the video below!