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Music Video: I Touch Myself

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:02

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For I Touch Myself By Artist P!nk

Reviews For I Touch Myself By Artist P!nk

  • HOT PINK

    5
    By bobo said this
    I don't usually buy videos.......really. BUT!!! How HOT is this!!!!!!!! Not to mention a wonderful job on the song :)
  • honeycat

    5
    By #1 pink fan
    sexiest video i've ever seen in my life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • HOT!!!

    5
    By greytpaws
    P!nk is sexy as hell!!!!! And where can I get a couch like that?!?! :-) Excellent video!!
  • WOW!

    5
    By 11BPB4
    She did that song in VA and I have never been so..........speachless! I was front row and just could not quit smileing, it was the greatest birthday gift I ever got!
  • Nice!

    5
    By Mr CHA
    Better than the orginal.
  • dfafhfhhsjsdf

    4
    By ADGFDHAFGHDSFHAFD
    well this is a side of pink we dont normally see.. hott

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