Across a career spanning 23 years, Pink has cemented herself as one of music's strongest forces. Boasting four UK Number 1 albums and 38 UK Top 40 singles to date, she's still at the top of her game.
With her latest record TRUSTFALL landing at Number 1, we thought it was about time we revealed Pink's Official biggest albums in the UK so far.
From her R&B-tinged 2000 debut Can't Take Me Home right through to 2019's Hurts 2B Human and beyond, let's take a look at how Alecia Moore's records stack up sales-wise.
MORE: Explore Pink's complete Official Charts history
Let's take a look at the Top 3, shall we?
Official Chart peak: 1
UK chart units: 1,351,000
Pink's first-ever UK Number 1 album, Funhouse topped the charts in 2008 and housed two Top 10 singles: So What (1) and Sober (9).
So What also ranks at Number 3 on the Official list of Pink's biggest singles in the UK to date.
2. I'm Not Dead
Official Chart peak: 3
UK chart units: 1,437,000
2006's I'm Not Dead, which peaked at Number 3 on the Official Albums Chart, spawned three UK Top 10 singles: Stupid Girls (4), Who Knew (5) and U + Ur Hand (10).
Official Chart peak: 2
UK chart units: 1,884,000
Pink's biggest album to date in the UK, MISSUNDAZTOOD peaked at Number 2 and holds Top 10s Get The Party Started (2), Don't Let Me Get Me (6) and her first-ever solo UK chart-topper Just Like A Pill (1).
See Pink's Official biggest albums in the UK to date:
|2||I'M NOT DEAD||3||2006|
|4||GREATEST HITS - SO FAR||5||2010|
|5||THE TRUTH ABOUT LOVE||2||2012|
|8||CAN'T TAKE ME HOME||13||2000|
|9||HURTS 2B HUMAN||1||2019|
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