Pink may have lost out on Best Pop Vocal Album at the Grammys on Sunday but she didn’t end the night empty-handed. The pop singer’s two kids presented her with her own award, which they made out of tinfoil.
Pink shared two photos of the homemade Grammy to her Instagram on Sunday with the caption, “Thanks Kids:) my favorite kind of award.” In the snaps, both daughter Willow, seven, and son Jameson, two, show off their creation.
On the front written in black marker, it reads, “Best Pop Vocal Album. 2019 Grammy Awards. Pink, Beautiful Trauma,” a nod to the 39-year-old’s seventh album which was nominated for the category but beaten out by Ariana Grande’s “Sweetner.”
And it’s not the first time that Pink has received a tinfoil trophy. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, the mom of two told host DeGeneres, “Every time I lose, Carey makes me a tinfoil Grammy.” She went on to predict that she would lose what was her 20th nomination, saying, “And so this will be my 17th tinfoil Grammy on Sunday.”
Fans love the kids’ creativity, commenting that the handmade award is “worth more than any golden Grammy”. One user wrote, “You’ve always won by having grace, humour and integrity. Who needs Grammys when you have those?!”
And grace is one thing the pop star, who missed Sunday’s show because one of her kids was sick, showed on social media following her loss. She tweeted, “I think it’s kind of rad that I just lost my 20th Grammy nomination. I’m always honored to be included… Congrats to all the nominees!”