Video Premiere: Pink, 'Try'

Pink is an interpretive dancer in "Try."

It's no secret Pink has been majorly on her grind these past few weeks. Her new disc, The Truth About Love, is her first No. 1 album, beating out other chart-topping heavy hitters like Kanye West and The Killers. In the midst of all that, she's managed to release a video for "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," plus the Eminem-assisted "Here Comes The Weekend," her no BS-jam "Slut Like You," and cheeky Lily Allen collabo "True Love." AND she's found the time to duet onstage with Gwen Stefani. NOW after all that, Pink's unleashed her latest video for "Try."  Did we mention she was still A MOM while all of this happened? Ridiculous, we know.

Watch Pink's "Try" video after the jump.

Directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by The Golden Boyz, "Try" is really less a typical music video and more a modern dance routine, but if anyone can pull that off, you know it's Pink. At the top of the clip, we find Pink and a hunky shirtless dancer guy engaging in some rather passionate interpretive dance. The routine looks chaotic, angry, and at times violent, and most important, the passion between Pink and her man is absurdly palpable. In fact, things get so heated toward the end that the pair bust out of the house and wind up in the middle of an empty desert covered in colored paint (no clue why, but nice touch!). And then they start throwing chairs at one another, as one does. Well, we don't wanna ruin the ending for you, but suffice it to say that the interpretive "argument" between Pink and her dude definitely calls for some exciting makeup, uhhh, "fun." You know what we mean.

+ Watch Pink's "Try" video.

Photo credit: Andrew Macpherson