Pink has opened up about raising her two children in a candid interview with Sunrise star Edwina Bartholomew.
Despite the family joining her on worldwide stadium tours, the So What chart-topper said they led a “normal life” between their travels.
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Her husband Carey Hart and children Willow, 12, and Jameson, 6, are with the star in the lead-up to the Australian leg of her Summer Carnival tour, which opens with shows at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday and Saturday night.
Singer Pink appeared on Sunrise on Friday, where she spoke about life at home with her children Willow and Jameson. Credit: Seven
She will continue with dates in other Australian capitals, including Adelaide and Brisbane.
“It’s a pretty normal life when I’m at home.
“I’m on the PTA (Parent Teacher Association), I bake for school things, I’m always at basketball games.”
Surprisingly, Pink said she baked cupcakes for school bake sales.
“We’re pretty dialled (happy with) on cupcakes, banana muffins … our schools want healthy stuff now so we try to make healthier options.”
During a wide-ranging interview with Eddy, Pink said a good day at home revolved around everything running smoothly with her children.
“At home, a good day is when my kids get along, and I don’t have to drive one to basketball and take the other one to dance, and then go back to basketball, then back to dance.
“Then I’m not home until 6.30pm, and dinner has to be ready by 7pm. Then they have to be in bed by 8pm — that is not a good day.”
When she’s on tour, Pink said a good day was when she “remembers lyrics,” and “everyone is healthy,” while on the road.
The American singer also revealed she enjoyed a moment of prayer before every show.
“We have a prayer before every show, and we’re always grounding (ourselves) to the point where we remember why we do this, and what it means,” she said.
The hitmaker explained her show Summer Carnival was a bit of “Broadway,” and a bit of “theatre,” for concert-goers.
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“We’ve got all the smoke and mirrors — it’s exciting, it’s a rock show, but it’s also group therapy.”
And Pink said she loved Australian audiences.
“To me, Australians are more honest, outdoorsy, sarcastic, kind of like to party, and they have a great sense of humour,” she said.
Pink and her family have already been spotted around Sydney — she recently took to Instagram on Tuesday to declare how happy she was to be back down under.
Pink, husband Carey Hart and their kids were seen smiling at their table and exploring the rocks at the beach. Credit: Instagram
“Bondi Beach it’s been too long!!!!!!! Bills was delicious, too,” she said, referring to Bills cafe.
“Soooooooo happy to be back on this side of the world!
“Thank you beautiful Australia for being our home away from home.
“Kids are stoked 🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽.”