This story was first pubksihed on Wednesday September 12.
The pop star wasn’t happy her group wasn’t allowed into Deadshot, and let her millions of followers know.
Source: Seven Sharp
After seven world class concerts Pink decided to celebrate and head to Auckland's food and beverage hotspot of Ponsonby on Tuesday.
Pink’s first choice of bar was Deadshot, but unfortunately, her large group was turned away.
Soon afterwards, the whole world heard about it when the pop star Tweeted about the encounter to her millions of followers.
After the unwanted publicity, manager Heather Garland spoke to Seven Sharp.
“One of the crew came in earlier in the day and spoke to Brian over the bar and he told them we just couldn’t take a group that big, and offered to find them somewhere else," she said.
“But they showed up anyway and we couldn’t fit them in.”
Garland said they simply couldn’t cater for 30 people.
“They just went on their way and we didn’t realise there was a problem.”
Pink then took to Twitter saying, “She’s been to some cool bars around the world and Deadshot is not one of them.”
Garland said it came as a bit of a shock, but was pleased by the support they had been shown.
“We never even saw her, we didn’t even know she was part of the group.”
But when Deadshot couldn’t cater for them, they went across the road to the Revelry bar.
Alex Dunn was about to shut up shop when the superstar and her crew dropped in.
“She came to the bar herself, so we were just sitting down together discussing what cocktail she was going for.”
It turns out Pink likes pink drinks so she had a blush negroni.
Dunn says, ‘It wasn’t intentional but I had a feeling that she might like the colour and that I might get a few extra bonus points.”
Her posts here were a little kinder calling the Revelry bar, “The perfect place in Auckland.”
Pink got down to some Kiwi tunes and the party ended around 2am.