Pink 'stepping away' from music to focus on family

Kristine Tarbert
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
Pink is taking a break from music. Photo: Getty

Alecia Moore aka Pink has revealed she will be taking a break from music after a busy two years to focus on her young family.

Pink appeared on the red carpet at the Country Music Awards in Nashville on Wednesday, alongside her husband Carey Hart, daughter Willow, eight, and son, Jameson, two.

“We did two and a half years of [music], and Willow’s back in school now,” she said during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

“Jameson’s going to start preschool soon. It’s kind of the year of the family. And Carey has a lot going on as well. He’s super supportive, he follows me around the world and now it’s his turn.”

Carey Hart, P!nk, Jameson Hart, and Willow Hart at the CMA Awards. Photo: Getty Images

Pink also spoke about her relationship with Carey - as the couple prepare to celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary.

She even revealed the secret to their happy marriage is that they “fight happy now”.

The pair started first started dating in 2001 after meeting at X Games. Pink then proposed to Carey in 2005 during one of his races, where she held up a sign reading ‘Will you marry me?’ They got married in 2006 in Costa Rica, but separated in 2008, before they reconciled later that year.

Pink and Carey have been married almost 14 years. Photo: Getty

The singer recently wrapped up her ‘Beautiful Trauma’ tour, which ran for almost two years and ranks as the 10th highest-grossing tour of all time, earning more than $A580 million, according to Billboard.

Pink shares heartwarming moment with fan during Aussie

Pink shared a sweet moment with a grieving fan during the Australian leg of her tour.

Pink stopped her Brisbane concert back in August 2018 to comfort a grieving fan, who had lost her mother.

Fourteen-year-old Leah Murphy’s mum Debbie passed away, after she had bought tickets to see Pink perform in Sydney. Leah decided to go in her place, and when the show was postponed, her aunt Katrina Donkin organised for them to see Pink in Brisbane instead.

Katrina says the whole evening was “overwhelming” and a moment Leah will always remember.

“So many kind people grabbed the signs we’d made and waved them to get Pink’s attention. A beautiful lady stood aside to let us through,” Katrina told Yahoo Lifestyle at the time.

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