Tour the Malibu Mansion Featured in Pink's "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" Video

The colorful singer filmed in this elegant French-inspired chateau.
By: Lisa Johnson Mandell
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Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Photo By: Chris Cortazzo

Home Exterior

One of the reasons production companies love filming at the Malibu Chateau is the fact that private gates guard a long driveway, and there's plenty of gawker-free room for cast, crew and equipment.

Living Room

The crew made good use of the Malibu Chateau's expansive great room with the double staircase – this is where they filmed the ballroom scene for Pink's "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" video, sans furniture, of course.

Dining Room

You'll note a lot of action in Pink's video goes on in front of the Malibu Chateau's numerous double doors. There are so many in the house that the lighting is always right on one side or the other.


Although Pink didn't use this golden, country French kitchen in her video, many other production pros have been impressed by its fireplace and rustic wood ceiling beams and furniture.


Who knows why there's a canopied, free-standing tub in the master bedroom? Maybe only Pamela Anderson, who is said to have lived here, can tell you.


Thanks to a gabled roof, there's plenty of natural light even in the bathrooms. Antique-styled fixtures, rugs and furniture alongside modern amenities keep it both cozy and user-friendly.

Swimming Pool

Imagine a big pink stain on the grass just to the left of the massive, circular saltwater pool. That's where red rain fell on the "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" video wedding scene. One good downpour washed it all away, however.

Sweeping View

It's hard to believe the Malibu coast is just on the other side of the hill from this massive chateau.

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