They’ve been married for 11 years, share six-year-old daughter Willow and nine-month-old son Jameson together and have previously undergone two year-long breaks during their marriage.
And Pink has fully admitted that she and her husband Carey Hart have a volatile relationship – that makes it all the more stronger.
The songstress, 38, said: ‘I just try to laugh as much as possible. And we go through moments where he’s helping me off the ledge and telling me things that only he could tell me because he’s known me that long. And then the next day I want to stab him with a fork.
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‘I want to stab him with a fork’: Pink admits she has moments when she can’t stand her husband Carey Hart… but will be all over him seconds later
Feisty: The What About Us singer been in a relationship with the retired motocross star for over 16 years, and admits that their relationship can be ‘work’ at times, but ‘it’s worth it’
‘And honestly I look at him and I think, “I’ve never liked you at all, there’s nothing I like about you, I’ve never liked you, I’ll never like you again”. And then five minutes later I’m like, “You look really good in those jeans”.
The What About Us singer been in a relationship with the retired motocross star for over 16 years, and admits that their relationship can be ‘work’ at times, but ‘it’s worth it’.
She added: ‘Being with the same person for a really long time – we’re going on 16, 17 years now and we’ve grown up together – and it’s work. But it’s beautiful, it’s worth it, otherwise we wouldn’t do it.’
Pink also reflected on her young son, whom she praised for adding ‘six months’ to her life span whenever he smiles.
Speaking on The Sun she said: ‘He is edible. That’s how I cope because he looks at me and he sticks his tongue out and smiles and it adds like six months to my life.
‘It gives me the six months back that he took the previous night screaming. Yeah one day at a time. Sometimes I hide under tables and be really quiet so they can’t find me.’
She added: ‘Being with the same person for a really long time – we’re going on 16, 17 years now and we’ve grown up together – and it’s work. But it’s beautiful, it’s worth it, otherwise we wouldn’t do it’
On Thursday, the Grammy-winner sounded off about her bad blood with embattled music producer Dr. Luke, saying that his years-long legal battles with Kesha are a case of what comes around, goes around.
‘I don’t know what happened’ Pink told The New York Times in regards to the Tik Tok singer’s claims Dr. Luke had verbally and sexually abused her.
‘I know that regardless of whether or not Dr. Luke did that, this is his karma and he earned it because he’s not a good person.’
The 38-year-old What About Us? artist, who hasn’t worked with Dr. Luke in more than a decade, said she’s let the 44-year-old producer know exactly what she thought of him in the past.
Lighting rod: Dr. Luke, seen in Hollywood in 2014, has come under fire this week from Pink as well as the Eagles of Death Metal
‘I have told him that to his face and I do not work with him,’ said the singer, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore. ‘He doesn’t do good business, he’s not a kind person, he doesn’t do the right thing when given ample opportunities to do so, and I don’t really feel that bad for him.
The There You Go singer last collaborated with the producer, whose real name is Lukasz Gottwald, on her 2006 album I’m Not Dead, as he took part in the writing and producing efforts on the tracks U + Ur Hand, Who Knew and ‘Cuz I Can.
Pink’s not the only artist who has jabbed at the producer recently either, as the rock band Eagles of Death Metal – who Kesha befriended when she was just 14 – have threatened to beat him up on her behalf.
Karma: Pink said that that while she wasn’t aware of the details of Dr. Luke’s case with Kesha – pictured last month in Las Vegas – she thinks the producer ‘earned’ his problems ‘because he’s not a good person’
In style: The stunner was snapped in Las Vegas last month sporting forward fashion
‘When she was going through her s—, we were like her big brothers,’ front man Jesse Hughes told Rolling Stone on Wednesday. ‘I was like, “Who do I f— up? You want me to go to his place right now? You want me to beat that f—ing contract out of him right now? I will.”
‘That’s how strongly I felt about it,’ Hughes said. ‘That’s not even a lie, man.’
During her court battle – which ultimately failed – Kesha received support from a number of other artists, with Taylor Swift donating $250,000 toward her legal expenses.
Kesha called Swift ‘a f—ing sweetheart’ who is ‘very, very sweet, very, very genuine, extremely generous’ and ‘picks up the phone every time I call her.’
Pink, in her interview with the newspaper, also took aim at President Donald Trump, revealing that she had a rift with her father Jim Moore, who served in Vietnam, after he voted for the Republican in the 2016 presidential election.
True colors: Pink, seen here in her new short film On the Record: P!nk – Beautiful Trauma, revealed how she was at odds with her father over his vote for Donald Trump in last year’s election
Back and better than ever: Pink’s new album Beautiful Trauma hits stores October 13.
Pink – who has a six-year-old daughter named Willow and nine-month-old son named Jameson with husband Carey Hart – noted Trump’s infamous ‘Grab them by the p—-‘ comment in implying a vote for the reality TV host was akin to a vote for sexism.
She said she asked her father of his Trump vote, ‘So you hate me?
‘That’s the last thing I said to him about it: “You don’t respect me as a woman. You wouldn’t mind if someone walked up to Willow at the mall and grabbed her?'” she said. The socially-conscious songstress added of her problems with Trump: ‘It’s not even about politics anymore, it’s just about human decency.’
Pink drops her new album Beautiful Trauma on October 13.