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Pink's New Music Video Features Retro Costumes, Dance Numbers, And Channing Tatum

You've never seen a '50s housewife quite like Pink.

Just two days after she and Kelly Clarkson wowed us with a duet at the American Music Awards, Pink has treated us to the new music video for her single "Beautiful Trauma" off the album of the same name. And as an added bonus, it co-stars Channing Tatum.

The video, which features a 1950s setting complete with retro costumes and colorful decor, was directed by the duo Goldenboyz, who previously choreographed Pink's "Try" music video. Of course, considering the stars, there are also more than a couple of entertaining dance numbers in this latest clip — you'll quickly understand why their characters are named Fred and Ginger.


Pink and Tatum play a husband and wife whose life together clearly isn't as perfect as it seems. Pink (aka Ginger Hart, with a last name borrowed from real-life husband Carey Hart) accidentally burns both the breakfast and her husband's shirt, while Tatum (aka Fred Hart) peeks at something scandalous behind his morning paper.

Eventually, the pair decide to spice things up, first by dressing in each other's clothes, and later with a scene you'd never see on I Love Lucy. Between this and the powerful video for "What About Us" from earlier this year, we'll take as many Pink music videos as we can get — especially if Channing Tatum is involved.

Watch Pink's "Beautiful Trauma" video below (but beware of some NSFW language):

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