Pink’s Daughter Willow Meets ‘Her Idol’ Rihanna at Grammys 2018: ‘Dreams Come True’

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Rihanna made Pink’s daughter, Willow, feel like the only girl in the world at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday, January 28.

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The “What About Us” singer, 38, shared a photo on Instagram of the 6-year-old standing on a chair backstage at Madison Square Garden in New York City as the “Wild Thoughts” entertainer leans in to give her a big hug. “Dreams come true. My daughter lives for this woman. So do I,” Pink captioned the snap.

Dreams come true. My daughter lives for this woman. So do I.

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Clad in a cute dress and Spiritual Gangster jacket, Willow walked the red carpet at the Grammys with her mom, dad Carey Hart and grandma Judy Moore. (Pink and Hart’s 13-month-old son, Jameson, likely stayed home, though he was in a family photo shared on his mom’s Instagram account earlier in the day.)

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Pink didn’t end up taking home a Grammy, losing Best Pop Solo Performance to Ed Sheeran, but she still had a night to remember. “We f–king did that!” she wrote on Instagram in the early hours of Monday, January 29. “Willow met her idol tonight @badgalriri … her fave performances were Kendrick [Lamar], me, and [Lady] Gaga. My mom had fun and looked so fancy I can’t even stand it. My husband looked amazing and made me a flask of old fashioned. I wore a custom Armani feather dress cause I’m FUN.”

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She continued, “I sang my f–king heart out for the cause, a song i wrote for the suffragette movement, barefoot in a white T-shirt and jeans… I lost my 19th Grammy nomination, I consoled another talented loser, whom I love, and I kept my feet on the ground (cause spectators like to dare me to.) y’all I’m so proud of myself I’m gonna buy myself a drink tonight. Perseverance. Perspective, gratitude.”

Pink performed the ballad “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” from her seventh album, Beautiful Trauma, on the Grammys stage with a sign language interpreter.

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