Pink's daughter helps her rehearse for AMAs' Olivia Newton-John tribute

Pink is hopelessly obsessed with Olivia Newton-John. The "So What" singer paid tribute to the late "Grease" star at the 2022 American Music Awards on Nov. 20, and it turns out she had a little help from someone special: her 11-year-old daughter Willow Sage Hart . Newton-John died at her home in California on August 9 after a 30-year battle with breast cancer. She is 73 years old.

Pink kicked off the ceremony with a lavish, roller-disco-themed rendition of new single "Never Gonna Not Dance Again," and returned midway through the show to pay tribute to Newton-John. Wearing a sheer, glittery gown with feathers everywhere, Pink kept the performance simple, belting out Newton-John's iconic Grease song "Hopeless Devoted to You" while the Australian icon was pictured displayed on the screen behind her. The 1978 hit was just one of many Newton-John hits, including five number one hits and an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet, Pink revealed that her daughter helped her rehearse for the tribute because she already had some experience with "Grease."

Pink, Willow Sage Hart, Jameson Moon Hart and Carey Hart at the 2022 AMAs. Tommaso Bodi/WireImage/Getty Images

"My daughter just finished doing Grease in a theater production and she actually helped me learn the song," she said. However, Willow herself came out to clarify that she was not playing Newton-John's famous Sandy character. "It's like a show, and I'm the youngest person, so I'm in the ensemble," Willow said. "I did the same show last year, just 'Mamma Mia' instead of 'Grease .'" Along with Willow, Pink also joins her husband Carey Hart and their 5-year-old son Jameson Went on the red carpet.

In an interview with ABC, Pink explained how much Newton-John meant to her and said it was an "absolute honour" to have the opportunity to pay tribute to her. "I had the pleasure of being with her several times and she was just as lovely as you could imagine," she said. "She's an icon and it's such an honor to be able to sing her [music]."