Pink admits she isn’t entirely over her ex-husband Carey Hart.
“It’s up and down,” she says in February’s Seventeen. “You have strong moments, and you have weak moments. But it’s not just been devastating – it’s been freedom, too. I told him that I would give him away at his next wedding.”
She also says it “feels very confusing” that her single “So What” — which she has said is not about Hart — became the break-up anthem of the year.
“It’s bittersweet,” says the singer, 29. “It’s funny, it’s empowering, it’s ‘Screw you,’ it’s all of that.”
Despite the razor-sharp lyrics (“I’m just fine/And you’re a tool”), Pink says she doesn’t like being a mean girl.
“My brother and I fought a lot when we were kids. We were very violent,” she says, explaining how she got to be so aggressive. “He could always beat me physically, but I could always beat him with words. And you learn how to survive by how you are as a kid and can just be really mean.
“I can cut people down. I don’t like to,” says Pink. “I don’t want to be like that anymore.”
I was recently sent Pink’s new album, “Funhouse” to check out. I absolutely LOVE it. It’s such a great album. There is such a wide range of song styles on the album. The upbeat songs – like “So What” and “Funhouse” are great, then you have the slower, moving “Crystal Ball” which highlights her amazing voice. I love every song, but my favorite has to be “Sober”, so I was totally stoked that “Sober” was her latest release off the album.
You should definitely pick up your copy of “Funhouse” today. It’s a great album, every song is amazing.
Here’s the video for “Sober” my favorite song from the album!
Pictured: Christina Aguilera, Nicole Scherzinger,Taylor Swift, The Jonas Brothers, Pink, Miley Cyrus, Ali Landry, Jordin Sparks, Ashley Tisdale & Jamie Foxx.