Split Personality is a pop biography that makes for a truly exciting read that’s worthy of its electrifying subject, P!NK.
Paul Lester traces the extra-ordinary career of Alecia Beth Moore from Pennsylvania through her stint in the girl group Choice, to her present incarnation as Global superstar P!NK.
The double-Grammy-winning singer-songwriter with the shocking pink hair has now been a regular fixture on the world’s charts since 2000, hitting the heights with the searing, autobiographical pop-rock of Missundaztood.
Split Personality reveals the two sides of this complex artist: the feisty, fun-filled performer who at thirty continues to conquer in a teen-dominated industry, and the conflicted woman whose dark urges have fuelled her deceptively upbeat brand of glossy hi-tech pop.
Here too are full accounts of P!NK’s notorious campaign for PETA that prompted a run-in with fellow R&B goddess Beyoncé, her controversial marriage to motocross racer Carey Hart and her triumphant return to peak form with 2008 ’s Funhouse album.