Toowoomba turns 'Pink' for US superstar's return Down Under

Toowoomba Pink fan Lauren Gray (above) has been counting down the days until Pink’s sold-out Brisbane shows which kick-off this Friday.
Toowoomba Pink fan Lauren Gray (above) has been counting down the days until Pink’s sold-out Brisbane shows which kick-off this Friday. Neville Madsen

LAUREN Gray has unashamedly laid claim to being the best Pink fan in Toowoomba.

So much so her friends have banned her from mentioning Pink's name since she secured tickets to the US superstar's sold-out concert tour which kicks-off in Brisbane on Friday night.

Mrs Gray said she was looking forward to highly anticipated The Truth about Love Tour which is undoubtedly the hottest concert tour this year.

"I have been to every tour she has had in Australia," she said.

"They are always brilliant, high-energy shows and I expect this one will be no different.

"I absolutely love everything about her," she said.

Pink is set to smash the record for the number of concerts held in Australia - a record she holds after her Funhouse tour in 2009 which 760,000 people attended over a staggering 58 concerts.

"I have literally been counting down the days until the concert since I purchased tickets last October," Mrs Gray said.

"Pink is such an entertainer.

"She says what she thinks.

"I know a lot of people who are going to her shows. I even know people who are flying to Sydney and Melbourne to see her.

"People are really drawn to Pink.

"She just has one of those personalities."



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