Pink Got A Homemade Grammy Award From Kids After Losing For The 20th Time

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Pink is undeniably one of the most celebrated singers of the modern age, with a career spanning almost two decades. She's made waves in the industry ever since the release of her first album Missundaztood in 2001, and seen her fair share of awards...but despite being nominated a whopping 23 times at the Grammy's, the mom of two has only won three. At last night's ceremony the songstress was up against the likes of Taylor Swift and Shawn Mendes for her latest album, Beautiful Trauma. Once again, she lost out, pipped to the post by Ariana Grande's post-break-up album Sweetener.

Some stars might be feeling pretty glum right about now, but not Pink. After the ceremony she tweeted, "I think it's kind of rad that I just lost my 20th Grammy nomination. I'm always honored to be included." Like the rockstar she is, the singer congratulated her fellow nominees and bid everyone a good night, before taking care of her sick child like the boss lady she is.


The Grammy's might not honor the Like a Pill hit-maker, but her children do. Daughter Willow and son Jameson spent the evening crafting a homemade Grammy out of cardboard and tin foil, thus making her (and them) a winner in our eyes. With the help of their dad, Pink's husband Carey Hart, the youngsters even penned the award details on the side so it looked official.

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Thanks Kids:) my favorite kind of award

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Big winners at last night's ceremony included rap sensation Cardi B, who scooped up her first award for Best Rap Album, making her the first lone female to ever receive the coveted prize. Cardi thanked her daughter Kulture for giving her the determination she needed to see the album making process through - no matter how hard it was. It was a big night for women in the music industry, with stars like Lady Gaga, H.E.R, Kacey Musgraves, Dua Lipa and St. Vincent taking home the top honors. So, even if Pink didn't win this time, at least the rest of womankind turned out in force.

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