Pink’s got a hard worker on her hands! The Hurts 2B Human songstress phoned intoOn Air With Ryan Seacreston Thursday, May 2, and dished on everything from her belief in therapy, to wanting more kids, what it’s like touring with her whole family and more.
The Grammy winner, who is currently on her Beautiful Trauma World Tour, shares kids Willow, 7, and Jameson, 2, with hubby Carey Hart and made headlines as of late for revealing she wants more kids. The only issue? Her husband seems to be stalling the process 😂
“He keeps building me motorcycles instead,” Pink joked to Ryan Seacrest on-air. “He’s building them for me and then giving them to me and telling me to name them … I have like five at this point.”
Her kids, though, couldn’t be more well-rounded. In fact, Willow’s already working!
“It’s so fun,” she shared of having the whole family on tour. “My dressing room is no longer rock and roll … My village is awesome. The kids have a blast and Willow actually works underneath the stage during the show,” she explained. She works dancers’ quick change — she gets everybody’s clothes ready and climbs things and goofs off. She’s 7 but she’s like 28.”
Speaking of her “village,” Pink’s vocal when it comes to her family and marriage, especially when it comes to being honest about having to work at their marriage. In new album Hurts 2B Human, Pink opens up about everything from politics to suffering a miscarriage at age 17 and more.
“At this point, it’s not hard for me to be a completely open book because I’m just not embarrassed,” Pink explained of her vulnerability. “It’s … a catalyst for really great conversations of perfect strangers on the street,” she added. “I mean, I’ve cried with woman in grocery stores that I don’t even know. I have this desperate need for connection and [music is] the fastest to it.”
The songstress explained that she believes music can be a form of therapy. Which, by the way, she doesn’t actually force her hubby to attend on the daily, unlike recent headlines suggest.
“I saw recently that Carey and I have been in couples counseling for 17 years. We haven’t been in couples counseling every week for 17 years — even I know that would be overkill,” she quipped. “No man is going to talk that much about his feelings … that sounds exhausting,” she joked. “But, no, [therapy’s] important. I think it’s important … I played this game once …,” she continued. “Called ‘Tell Me Your Blindspots’ — it didn’t go well … everyone got really mad at me, actually, … but I love knowing what my blindspots are because I never wanna be the person in the room that’s like [unaware].”
Listen back to the full interview in the audio above for more and stream or download Pink’s new album Hurts 2B Human now!