Pink has apparently forgotten her album, The Truth About Love, hit No. 1 in 2012.

Sunday, October 6, marked the seven-year anniversary since her sixth studio album reached the top spot on Billboard's 200 chart. At the time, it sold 281,000 copies in its first week and was later nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the Grammys. However, it seems like the singer has lost track of her achievements.

When the website took to Twitter to remind fans that "@Pink’s ‘The Truth About Love’ hit No. 1 on the #Billboard200 7 years ago today," she responded, "No one even told me that album was #1."

It's unclear if she's kidding or not, but she was certainly aware back then because she tweeted, "After 13 years and 6 records, I'm beyond floored to have a #1 album in the US. I'm grateful for all the ears and all the hearts. Thank you!!"

The Truth About Love isn't the only album to hit No. 1. Though it was Pink's first-ever record to hit the top spot, her 2017 album Beautiful Trauma and this year’s Hurts 2B Human also topped the coveted list.

Meanwhile, Pink just wrapped up her record-breaking Beautiful Trauma World Tour after performing over 150 shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe. It grossed $397.3 million and sold more than three million tickets worldwide.

She thanked her fans in a heartfelt message posted to Instagram last month.

"That’s all folks! Thank you to everyone around the world for a beautiful, magical, challenging, fun, emotional, soulful tour. This was 2 1/2 years of blood, sweat, and many tears. A lot of happy ones, too. It has been an honor and a pleasure to play with you," the pop star wrote. "Til next time. That’s a wrap!"