Pink is more aware of using profanities in her music since giving birth to her daughter Willow Sage. but says she has not stopped using them in her music.
Pink is more aware of using profanities in her music since giving birth to her daughter Willow Sage.
The singer - whose real name is Alicia Moore - insists that motherhood hasn't made her new album any softer than her past offerings though.
''Some people are worried [my new album]'s going to be a bunch of lullabies. It's definitely not,'' she said. ''I'm more aware of the cursing. It didn't stop me but I'm aware of it. It's a very, fun, dance-y, rock-and-roll record.''
She shared about her toddler: ''She's got six teeth but she's not a biter.''
Pink, who released her new tune 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' this week, told the radio host that she had just switched sides with her nursing.
She revealed: ''My left is a lot more talented than my right.''
In addition to promoting her new song - which will be on an album 'The Truth About Love' due out September 18 - and her participation in the I Heart Radio Music Festival on September 21 and 22 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Pink said motherhood so far has been ''amazing.''
She added: ''Willow has her Daddy's looks and my attitude. She's going to rule the world.''
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