Although she was initially viewed as just another teen pop act, Pink quickly transcended that label. Pink's solo debut, Can't Take Me Home, released in 2000, was a double-platinum hit; it spun off three Top Ten singles in "There U Go," "Most Girls," and "You Make Me Sick." As she set about working on her follow-up album, Pink took part in the remake of Patti LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade" featured on the Moulin Rouge soundtrack. The song was a massive hit, topping the charts in both the U.S. and U.K. Toward the end of the year, Pink released her next single, "Get the Party Started"; it became her biggest, most inescapable hit to date, climbing into the Top Five. Her accompanying sophomore album, M!ssundaztood, quickly went double platinum. Its second single, "Don't Let Me Get Me," became another fast-rising Top Ten hit. Pink next issued Try This in November 2003. The lead single, "Trouble," earned Pink a Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. Her next album, I'm Not Dead, appeared that April; its first single, "Stupid Girls," quickly became a hit, while "Who Knew" and "U + Ur Hand" both cracked the Top Ten. Funhouse arrived in October 2008. "So What," the album's leadoff single, became her first number one hit since "Lady Marmalade." Another hit, "Please Don't Leave Me," followed in 2009. In 2012, Pink released her sixth studio album, The Truth About Love featuring the hit singles "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" and "Try."