Pink’s daughter is unperturbed by her mother’s fame
41-year-old pop star Pink recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on 12 May, 2021, where she talked about how her 9-year-old daughter, Willow, doesn’t not care at all about her superstar mother’s international fame or successful career.
Ellen brought up the subject of Pink’s daughter by saying, “I was watching some footage of your kids this morning and, first of all they’re adorable,” to which the “Cover Me In Sunshine” singer replied, “Willow is nine going on 43,” with a chuckle.
“They’re just wild, weird birds. I’m just super into them. Willow wanted to shave her head after I shaved my head, and now she wants it long… they’re just so cool,” she continued.
How did she come about to record the song with her daughter?
Pink recently released the new single ‘Cover Me in Sunshine’ that also features her daughter. The song reached No. 1 in Netherlands and also received international acclamation. When the singer was asked by Ellen DeGeneres how the nine-year-old rising star had reacted to this attention, she replied, “She’s so cute. I can’t stand it! And she doesn’t care at all about any of this stuff. She doesn’t care at all.”
Pink also opened up about how she came to record this new song with her daughter. “I taught myself how to record on Garage Band this year. That was my big thing at 40,” she said.
“I was in there messing around with this song and she was like, ‘Can I sing on it?’ And I said ‘Sure.’ She was like, ‘Cool, I’m going swimming.’ And I was like, ‘OK, bye.’ I told her, ‘How do you feel? Like, you have a No. 1 song in the Netherlands.’ She was like, ‘Which city is that?’ I was like, ‘Amsterdam’. She said, ‘Oh, I miss that city. Can I watch Avatar?'” she added.
Pink debuts her upcoming documentary on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Pink, who has hits like ‘What About Us’ and ‘Walk Me Home’ in her bag, is also set to release her new documentary titled, ‘All I Know So Far,’ which she talked about for the first time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The documentary will record the journey of her along with her family as they tour with the singer’s latest album, parenthood, family and everything else.
“We all create this narrative for ourselves about how tough our childhoods were and how much our parents sucked, and I’m sure my kids will have that about me,” she said. “But now they’ll have this to watch back, and they’ll realise they made it all up and that I was fantastic,” she added sarcastically.
The documentary will also open up about Carey Hart with whom Pink shares her daughter and their four-year-old son Jameson.