This firecracker is so hot her hair turned fluorescent! Pop tart Pink continues the sexy sounds of Philly Soul, but with a twist--she's far sexier than any of the Stylistics or the Spinners. Pink has not shown her pink, but being a staple on MTV means lots of skinage. Her first solo album had her in heavy rotation with the video "Just Like a Pill," which was not at all hard to swallow, with Pink reenacting the rose-petal scene from American Beauty (1999) that made men red hot for Mena Suvari. And "Lady Marmalade" offered a foursome of foxy females (hot tramp Christina Aguilera, chocolate sweetie Maya, nasty Lil' Kim, and saucy rapper Missy Elliot) in various states of undress. Pink is setting her pretty sights on movies, featured in the role she was born to play: herself. But Ski to the Max (2001) is far from skin to the max, nor is Rollerball (2002) equal to the skintertainment of Roller Girl in Boogie Nights (1997). But(t) back on the small screen, shocking Pink improved upon a tradition established by Dan Aykroyd's refrigerator repairman by flashing a little brown when the back of her pants slipped crack-revealingly low during her December 2003 performance on Saturday Night Live.