Pink completely shocked a community theatre group in Sydney as she made a surprise visit to watch their musical performance this week.
The American singer, 44, made a very unexpected appearance to watch PACA Sydney’s final performance of In The Heights at Chatswood Concourse.
She watched their version of the musical with her husband Carey Hart and their kids Willow, 12, and Jameson, seven, and reportedly even paid for their own tickets.
A video shared by the theatre group to Instagram showed the performers going completely wild as Pink came to chat to them all backstage after the show.
The group cheered and gasped upon her entrance as she gushed over the show: ‘That was so hard to sit, I was like “I want to dance too!”‘
Pink completely shocked community theatre group PACA in Sydney as she made a surprise visit to watch their performance of In The Heights at Chatswood Concourse
The global star – whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore – explained that her daughter Willow is an aspiring theatre star, with the group cheering in delight in response.
Pink continued: ‘That was so good, you guys are so good! Thank you, that was amazing. Willow wants to be in theatre so this was very nice.’
Alongside the video, the theatre group gushed: ‘What a way to close our show! Thank you to special guest, @pink for coming and supporting our show! What a night.’
Pink also smiled for snaps with members of the theatre group and was said to have given the performance a ‘standing ovation’.
PACA Sydney added: ‘Pink having you watch our show and give us a standing ovation was truly beyond words! I’m at a loss for words to describe this feeling.’
Choreographer and event coordinator Janina Hamerlok told the Daily Telegraph of Pink’s visit: ‘She was completely lovely and extremely down to earth.
The American singer, 44, made a very unexpected appearance to watch the group’s final performance with her husband Carey Hart and kids Willow, 12, and Jameson, seven
‘She complimented several of our leads individually and said she thought the production paid tremendous homage to the actual Latino community on who the musical is based.
‘She was one of the first in the auditorium to give a standing ovation at the conclusion of the performance – it was a never to be forgotten moment for most of the cast and indeed myself who has always been a lifelong die hard fan.’
Pink reportedly bought tickets in the upper level dress circle, but she and her family were moved to house seats usually reserved for the production team when staff recognised her.
Tickets for the show – which had a two-week run – reportedly cost $68.95 for an adult, $57.95 for a junior or $220 for a family of four.
Pink is currently in Australia for her Summer Carnival tour, which kicked off at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday night.
She is set to travel around the country on her Australian tour for a string of shows before ending in Queensland on March 23.
A video shared by the theatre group to Instagram showed the performers going completely wild as Pink came to chat to them all backstage after the show
Her first show was very eventful as Pink had to briefly stop the concert when a fan went into labour and was wheeled out by medics.
Pink also shared some sweet moments with her own kids Willow and Jameson, who she shares with her husband Carey, on stage during the sell-out gig.
The global megastar brought her daughter Willow out on stage for them to duet Cover Me In Sunshine.
Willow is following in her mother’s singer footsteps as she left the crowds blown away by her talents when she confidently belted out the lyrics to the track.
Videos from the concert showed Pink appearing emotionally as she stood at the side of the stage and watched on, letting her daughter take centre stage for the number.
Pink was every inch the proud mother as she beamed from ear to ear while watching Willow effortlessly sing for the impressed crowds, who cheered her on.
The mother and daughter shared a tight embrace on stage after their duet as Pink doted over the youngster.
Pink is currently in Australia for her Summer Carnival tour, which kicked off at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday night
Fans took to social media to heap praise on ‘talented’ Willow, who has previously joined Pink on stage for the first-ever night of her Summer Carnival tour in June.
Pink also brought her young son Jameson for his stage debut in an adorable moment.
The youngster was briefly seen running out on stage after Pink was given a chocolate bar but sweetly decided to hand it over to her son.
Jameson jogged out to greet his mother and briefly waved at the crowds before heading back into the crowds to rejoin his family.
As the crowds cheered, Pink said: ‘He got my shyness!’
‘I had one chance to eat a whole candy and gave it to my child,’ she jokingly added.
Pink was born and raised in the United States but has become an ‘honorary Aussie’ after breaking records for concert and album sales Down Under.
According to a report in New Idea last year, Pink is hoping to start a ‘new chapter’ in Australia with her family and is considering setting up a ‘base’ Down Under.
She has long considered Australia a second home with her letting slip that she was ‘looking into’ possible citizenship in February 2023.
During her first show, Pink shared some sweet moments with her kids Willow and Jameson during her sell-out first gig
‘Australia will be such a special time. Setting up their much longed for dream base Down Under where they can escape the wintry months will be just what the doctor ordered,’ an insider said.
‘Last year I was thinking about applying for citizenship, I am not even joking,’ she shared on 60 Minutes.
Pink added she told her husband Carey Hart that they should move with their kids Willow, 12, and Jameson, seven.
‘I was like, if we are going somewhere, Carey, that’s where we are going. So I was kind of looking into it,’ she added.