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Pink Gets National Anthem Advice From 2012's Super Bowl Singer Kelly Clarkson!

Kelly Clarkson is giving some advice to Pink about the Super Bowl National Anthem!

Pink will be singing the Anthem this year at the 2018 Super Bowl later tonight, and Kelly sang the song before the game back in 2012.

“Definitely make sure you’re wearing in-ear [monitors] because boy, that two- or three-second delay [in the stadium speakers] can really screw ya. It can end up being the longest version of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ ever,” Kelly said. “There is so much pressure on you. Man, when you screw it up, people never let you forget it.”

“I guarantee you that Pink is like me and doesn’t lip-sync, ever,” Kelly added.

Unfortunately, Pink has been battling the flu! We’re hoping she gets better soon and feels good to perform tonight!

Super Bowl 2018 Performers - Full Lineup of Celebs at the Big Game!

The 2018 Super Bowl is kicking off at 6:30 pm ET tonight (February 4), and the list of celebs who are performing is certainly star-studded.

Before the game starts, Tony winner and actor Leslie Odom Jr. will take the stage to perform “America the Beautiful.”

Grammy Award winner Pink will then sing the National Anthem at the game. Pink has unfortunately been battling the flu, and there are questions about the status of her health and her vocals ahead of the game due to the terrible illness.

During the halftime show, Justin Timberlake will take the stage. It’s unclear if any guests will be joining Justin, but we do have some details about his set list!

Pink Is Battling the Flu Ahead of Super Bowl, Performs at Friday Night Show Anyways!

Pink hits the stage for a pre-Super Bowl performance held during Nomadic Live! at The Armory on Friday night (February 2) in Minneapolis, Minn.

The 38-year-old singer will be singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl this weekend and she’s pushing through with all her obligations despite having the flu!

“Trying to practice the flu away. I’ve been waiting to sing this song since 1991 when I saw my idol, Whitney Houston, own this song. And now, my chance has finally come. And it just so happens that this chance comes when I have two small Petri dish kids who literally cough INTO MY MOUTH and rub their snot on my cheek,” Pink wrote on Instagram along with a photo of her during rehearsal.

“You can’t write this stuff I swear! And here we are. I’ve arrived at another one of my dreams which is slowly becoming a sort of nightmare. I will tell you, this is one of the biggest honors of my life, singing this song in front of my family, my military family, my dad and brother and step mama and family and the world. And the EAGLES!?!?! I promise I will do my best, as I always do. As far as the gremlins that got me into this mess, you can cough at me for the rest of your lives. If it’s a contest, babies, you win,” Pink added.

We hope that she feels better quickly!

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Katy Perry & More Celebrities Slam Grammys 'Step Up' Comment About Women in Music

The Recording Academy President Neil Portnow is receiving a ton of backlash after telling women to “step up” in response to the #GrammysSoMale controversy where most of the winners at the 2018 Grammys were men.

Celebrities like Katy Perry, Pink, Charli XCX, Iggy Azalea, Sheryl Crow, and more female entertainers have issued reactions over the statement that women need to step up their game in the music industry.

Click inside to read what celebrities are saying in response to the Recording Academy president’s choice of words…More Here! »

Pink Fights Back Against Recording Academy President Telling Women in Music to 'Step Up'

Pink didn’t agree with Recording Academy president Neil Portnow‘s comments about the lack of female winners at last night’s ceremony.

The 38-year-old musician took to her Twitter to respond to Neil‘s comments that women “who have the creativity in their hearts and souls” need to “step up.”

“Women in music don’t need to ‘step up’ – women have been stepping since the beginning of time. Stepping up, and also stepping aside,” Pink wrote in a handwritten note.

She added, “Women OWNED music this year. They’ve been KILLING IT. And every year before this. When we celebrate and honor the talent and accomplishments of women, and how much women STEP UP every year, and how much women STEP UP every year, against all odds, we show the next generation of women and girls and boys and men what it means to be equal, and what it looks like to be fair.”

See Pink‘s entire note below…