Just Like Fire (From the Original Motion Picture

Music Video: Just Like Fire (From the Original Motion Picture "Alice Through the Looking Glass")

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:53

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For Just Like Fire (From the Original Motion Picture "Alice Through the Looking Glass") By Artist P!nk

Reviews For Just Like Fire (From the Original Motion Picture "Alice Through the Looking Glass") By Artist P!nk

  • Special appearances from Carey Hart and Willow Sage Hart

    By Sorceress Mickey
    It's really exciting, because you get to see P!nk's athletic husband, Carey Hart and her daughter, Willow Sage Hart make special appearances in this 🎶 video from 1 year ago.
  • 😍

    By Milltown soccer
  • Spin it! Best of Pink!!

    By Taffetaspider
    Pink has out done herself in this video/song. What am amazing artist. Now all she has to do is go on tour again..
  • maybe

    By DKritic
    New way to throwing up...and lose some weight.
  • 🙄

    By Buy 7/27 on iTunes Now!
  • good song.

    By badboiczyk
    good song but the vid stands out, Best Ive seen
  • This sucked

    By I love cameron Dallas
    The video is so bad crazy and Wht is she wearing at the end she goes to a crazy people hospital Wht is that the hole song she looks sooooo crazy worst song ever
  • Go P!nk

    By Jacob Lott
    Best video I've seen from her. She is really talented!
  • I don't get it

    By Adelehatr10394882838
    look I love this song. but It bothers me that she's too busy swinging on silk to even realize her daughter fell through a mirror or something
  • I like this song but....

    By Foodismybf
    I like this song but I really don't get why she's swinging on silk it's kinda pointless and odd.

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