Not present for the evening was Pink - real name Alecia Beth Moore - and Carey's youngest child, son Jameson, seven months.
On Instagram, the three-time Grammy winner shared a cute photo of her youngest watching his mother from home.'Little meatball watching his mama ❤️��❤️ #vmas,' she wrote.
The star also recently spoke to Nova's Fitzy And Wippa when she revealed she was once the victim of a 'forced motorboating' incident during a visit to Puerto Rico.'I was in a bar once in Puerto Rico and a girl ran up to me, lifted up her shirt, and it was a forced motor boat,' she told the presenters.'It was a full violation,' the pop star added with a laugh.
Keeping on top of things: Perhaps the singer was keeping tabs on how well her latest single is doing.
'That hurt a part of my rib I didn't even know I had,' Pink joked.
The blonde also shared that she'd had a heart-to-heart about fame with one of her daughter's friends during a Thanksgiving celebration.
It's that tropical shade of pink a hair shy of saccharine, a dash too peachy to be considered blush, and just muted enough to suit Barbie's more demure cousin.
The millennial pink color trend has been growing for several years now, with Pantone even naming Rose Quartz its 2016 Color of the Year and rose gold insinuating itself as the metal du jour.
Cute: The singer, 37, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, was seen ambling along, enjoying the sights of London's Hyde Park, with her nine-month-old son, Jameson Moon, strapped to her front in a harness Adding a little embellishment to the ensemble, Pink wore dangling heart earrings and sported a face of fresh pale make-up, which she finished off with a lick of bright red on her pout.But speaking to KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie 'O' Show on Friday, the 37-year-old had a change of heart, announcing she's planning to return to tour the country next year. The musician announced the tour after admitting that recently having a baby had meant plans for touring had been pushed to one side.It the candid conversation, she also confessed that becoming a mother for a second time had meant she 'didn't give a s**t' about her success Down Under.Pink paid emotional tribute to her six-year-old daughter Willow at the MTV VMAs on Sunday night.The singer accepted her Video Vanguard Award by sharing a story about body image and the challenges of raising a young girl. We help other people to change, so they can see all kinds of beauty.'Pink ended her impassioned speech with a message to her daughter, who was in the audience: 'And you my darling girl are beautiful and I love you.'Earlier, right before the speech, Pink performed a medley of her hits including new single What About Us.