The pop star, 37, recorded a cover of the classic song for the Moulin Rouge soundtrack with Christina, Lil Kim and Mya in 2001, but butted heads over whose voice would get featured most. What's the most singing part?
After putting this thing to rest, she went on to address the mixed reaction to her receiving the award ceremony's top honor.
In 2010, the "Mizzundaztood" artist commended her co-singer's "You Lost Me" single and even said that she loved her song.
Understandably, the comment caused quite a stir with fans of both stars on the social media site and even caught the attention of Pink herself, who wasn't afraid to make her opinions known. "I think that's what the f**king meeting is about, '" she recalled.
The drama went down on Twitter on August 15 after a fan viciously slammed P!nk following the big announcement that she would be honoured with MTV's prestigious Vanguard Award at this year's VMAs, set to air later this month.
"Want to point out an terrible new phenomenon of the last 10-years", she tweeted in response to the message from the Aguilera supporter.
"We can no longer be happy for each other", Pink wrote of the backlash. She added some super-relevant news in the tweet as well by revealing that she loves Christina and that they have "made amends". "The best part of music is - there's room for everyone to win at the same time".
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"Don't be what's wrong w/da (with the) world".
She said, "Let's be an example of inclusion and celebration". "You don't have to like me at all, I'm ok with that".
In closing, the mother of two dished out a little shade of her own, saying, "And you're f*ckin rip van winkle if you've never seen one of my videos".
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Pink continued to air her dislike for Aguilera, all but naming her when she spoke of "other artists" that her then-mentor Linda Perry was working with. Pink told VH1 in a 2009 documentary special: "I just became the asshole", she said.
Pink later remarked on this: "I don't think imitation is the highest form of flattery, I think it's annoying".
She added: "Her and I have had history and it hasn't always been wonderful".