‘P!NK: All I Know So Far’ Is Now Streaming In Australia and Here’s How You Can Watch It

Pink is a global superstar who has put out hit after hit since exploding onto the music scene in January 2000 with her track There You Go.

Since then, the singer — whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore — has sold over 42 million albums and 75 million singles worldwide, won three Grammys, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and had two children with her husband Carey Hart.

The 41-year-old most recently released the sweet track Cover Me in Sunshine, which she sings with her nine-year-old daughter Willow and dropped her live album All I Know So Far on May 21.

Incidentally, that was also the date that her documentary — which boasts the same name — premiered, giving fans a backstage pass as she embarks on her record-breaking 2019 Beautiful Trauma world tour.

Directed by The Greatest Showman helmer Michael Gracey, the film mixes footage from the road, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material to allow audiences to join Pink and chosen family while she tries to balance being a mother, wife, boss and performer.

In a cover interview with PEOPLE Magazine, the What About Us singer explained why she thought audiences would resonate with All I Know So Far saying, “There’s not a lot of women headlining stadiums and doing two nights at Wembley Stadium while having a family on the road.

“Michael had never seen a mum changing diapers while having a creative meeting, and just the way that this big life intersects with being a normal, crazy family — there’s something fascinating about that.”

She added, “Touring with kids is impossible — and I did the impossible. You just keep going. I’m just thinking about: ‘Am I raising a kind person? What’s it like to be my kid?'”

If you are, understandably, eager to watch All I Know So Far you’ll be happy to know that  the documentary is now available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. All you need is an active account (or the login details for someone else’s!).

In the meantime, check out the trailer for the film below and for more music documentary inspiration, read our article on Music Docos to Watch After Stan’s ‘Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine’.

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