This week the badass pop star released a second music video for “Walk Me Home,” the lead single from her new album Hurts 2B Human.
The first video starred Pink herself dancing in the streets, but the alternative clip shows five drag queens—channeling Pink’s look with red dresses and short blonde wigs—lip syncing the empowering anthem for a pair of perplexed judges at London gay bar Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
The queens—Bimini, Rodent, Petite Lame, Le Fil, and Jonny Bones—all hail from Sink the Pink, a queer performance collective in the U.K.
“This is the BEST lip sync battle I’ve ever seen,” Pink tweeted. “Feast your eyes!”
Speaking of walking proudly, Pink received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in February.
A vocal LGBTQ advocate who’s raising her kids in gender-neutral environment, Pink won HRC’s Ally for Equality Award in 2010. “With all the strife and economic woes in the world, religious intolerance, global warming—it boggles my mind that we’re spending time, energy, and money trying to ban love,” she said in her acceptance speech.
Last year Pink tweeted a photo of herself wearing a “Make America Gay Again” hat.
Watch both “Walk Me Home” videos below.