Pink's 'Trustfall' Album Debuts at No. 1 on Australia's ARIA Chart

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Pop superstar Pink has claimed the top spot on Australia's chart with her ninth studio album "Trustfall," via RCA/Sony.

The album debuted at the summit of the ARIA Chart on February 24th, earning Pink her seventh leader in the country. ARIA reports that this brings her total number of weeks at the top to 44.

Pink is known as an "honorary Aussie" due to the considerable amount of time she has spent in the country.

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Her 2009 "Funhouse Tour" included an impressive 59 shows across the country and her "Truth About Love Tour" in 2013-14 comprised of 46 dates.

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In 2018, Pink spent over two months on the Australasian leg of her "Beautiful Trauma World Tour" and nailed 42 arena dates.

Billboard Boxscore indicates that Pink is the highest-grossing act of the 2010s in Oceania with a gross of about $135 million.

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Furthermore, she holds the attendance record at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and has her own ladies' toilet block.

Pink has had three albums that have logged more than eight weeks at No. 1 on the ARIA Chart, namely "Funhouse" from 2008 (nine weeks), "Greatest Hits… So Far!!!" from 2010 (13 weeks), and "The Truth About Love" from 2012 (10 weeks).

Additionally, Pink also claimed the top spot on the national chart with "I’m Not Dead" (2006), "Beautiful Trauma" (2017), and "Hurts 2B Human" (2019).

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