Just like Lady Gaga, Pink's live performances never fail to blow our minds, whether she's literally scaling the sides of buildings or doing aerial flips high above the stage.

Though there weren't any acrobatic or extreme stunts incorporated into her performance (this time), Pink still managed to deliver a heartfelt performance of her song "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (January 28).

Wearing a simple white t-shirt and jeans, the 38-year-old Best Pop Solo Performance nominee focused on showcasing her powerful vocals, standing solo on the main stage with just her microphone stand.

But she wasn't totally alone: Pink made sure the message of her performance could be understood loud and clear by enlisting an American Sign Language interpreter to sign along to "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" on the side of the stage.

Pink was nominated for one Grammy this year for her song "What About Us?" in the Best Pop Solo Performance category. She lost to Ed Sheeran, who also beat out Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and Kesha.

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