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NBA Inside Stuff - Pink

I'm comin' out so ya better get the party started!
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Pink in the days when she was REALLY Pink!
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NBA Inside Stuff - Pink - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

NBA Inside Stuff - Pink

On January 12th, NBA Inside Stuff hit the court with musical guest Pink. The pop singer is a long time Philadelphia 76ers fan and the league is a big fan of her latest tune Get The Party Started. The league chose Pink to star in a national promo spot for the NBA cuz they felt that her song Get The Party Started captures the NBA experience.

NBA Inside Stuff hit the b-ball court to go behind the scenes so you can see how they made the promotional video spot otherwise known as Get The Party Started (NBA Mix.) Pink was able to pick her outfits for the shoot from a huge rack of NBA logo clothes, sneakers and accessories.

She hit the court with her dancers and a ton of extras before the game so the director could get some shots in a controlled setting. The dancers danced, the extras posed as wild fans and Pink teased the camera. She also did some shots in front of a green screen (A special movie screen that you can digitally add special effects to later.) where she handled a ball.

Then it was time to film during the Philly's game to get some shots of the team in action and capture the spirit of the fans. It's neat to see the final product cuz you can see how it all fits together to make a cool video. It's a lot of work though - Pink's video was made with a film crew of 80 people and took 10 days of preparation (12 - 15 hrs/day) to make the 90 second promo. Yikes! The video looks cool though and the song is a high-energy song, perfect for any sporting event. Pink had a lot of fun too!

1Don't forget to check the Music Buzz on Friday to see who next weeks' musical guest will be on NBA Inside Stuff.

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