All is well between Pink and Christina Aguilera! Well, that's what the "Raise Your Glass" singer told her followers when an internet user called her a backup dancer in the "Lady Marmalade" music video where she starred with the fellow artist. In a series of tweets, Pink clarified that both of them have already settled their issues in the past.

Pink went on and asked her critics and supporters to "be an example of inclusion and celebration" and told them to be decent regardless of how they see her.

"You don't have to like me at all, I'm [okay] with that," she added.

The "Please Don't Leave Me" singer also clarified she was not fuming but was rather setting the record straight regarding her past issues with Christina Aguilera. Last week, Pink finally released her newest single, "What About Us," under her seventh studio album, "Beautiful Trauma," which is set to hit the music stores on October 13.

Pink returns with new music after five years

The newest album would be her first release since "The Truth About Love" was launched in 2012. The mother of two could not even contain her excitement when she announced her comeback to the music scene.

She especially addressed her loyal fans and thanked them for their constant support for the last 17 years.

"Beautiful Trauma" consists of 13 songs which were co-written by the singer herself. Pink has worked with several personalities in producing her seventh studio album, including Jack Antonoff, Busbee, Greg Kurstin, Shellback, Julia Michaels, Johnny McDaid, Max Martin, and Steve Mac.

On Wednesday, the Billboard Music Awards winner finally dropped the official music video of "What About Us" which was directed by Georgia Hudson and was choreographed by The Goldenboyz. Meanwhile, Pink is also set to attend the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on August 27 at The Forum.

How feud started between Pink and Christina

Pink's decade-long feud with Christina Aguilera reportedly started when they collaborated for "Lady Marmalade" with Lil' Kim and Mya in 2001. She seemingly confirmed her not-so-good relationship with the fellow singer when she poked fun at her during one of her concerts in 2004.

In 2010, the "Mizzundaztood" artist commended her co-singer's "You Lost Me" single and even said that she loved her song. Pink later commented on Christina Aguilera's 2011 arrest and recalled how the public viewed her as the troublemaker.

At some point, Pink addressed the concertgoers and apologized for sounding like Christina Aguilera while performing "The Great Escape." The two artists reunited on "The Voice" set last year, where Pink acknowledged their strained relationship before she confessed that she felt good about their meeting.