Pink Soars on a Trapeze (Again!) for 'Just Like Fire' Performance During 'Billboard' Music Awards

Pink's single "Just Like Fire" is from Disney's upcoming movie Alice Through the Looking Glass


Pink performances are anything but boring.

Inspiring cheers during the Las Vegas-based 2016 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, Pink delivered a high-flying rendition of her new single "Just Like Fire" from Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass.

Wearing a black leader and lace ensemble and with her hair in a pink mohawk, the singer mounted a gold trapeze to soar over the crowd for the first part of the performance.


Later, the singer strutted on a catwalk and exchanged high-fives with audience members as backup dancers twirled on ropes above her.

She ended the performance in spectacular fashion, perching herself on two huge hands of a clock that were raised skyward to meet a giant clock that was then lit on fire.

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The tune, Pink recently told PEOPLE, was inspired by her 4-year-old daughter Willow Sage.

“She’s my inspiration for everything,” the 36-year-old said. “I think of little girls like her when I’m doing something like this because I want it to be fun.”

Pink’s performance was kept so top-secret that she rehearsed off-site for five days, Mark Bracco, the show’s executive producer revealed ahead of the show.

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