Pink admits her daughter is starting to use curse words regularly. The So What star shares three-year-old daughter Willow with her husband, motocross racer Carey Hart. And Pink has caught her little girl use the F-bomb quite frequently of late.
'It's so cute! I mean, I'm not encouraging it but -- come on, it's like this little 3-year-old body… [she’s] a little sailor…a precious little sailor'
"I was getting ready to go out on stage and she ran in and she must have been preparing this, like a bit," the singer revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday. "She said, 'I'm f***ing here' and I was like, I'm sorry, I can't. My ears don't understand what you're saying."
Pink often uses curse words in song lyrics and although she doesn’t directly support her daughter verbalising foul language, the songstress does find humour in her child’s behaviour.
“[Willow] mutters it when she thinks no one is looking,” she laughed. "It's so cute! I mean, I'm not encouraging it but -- come on, it's like this little 3-year-old body… [she’s] a little sailor…a precious little sailor.”
Pink recently announced she’ll be treating fans to an acoustic set this month to raise funds for research in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The singer is working with Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute on an initiative called The Power of Pink. And she’ll be performing at the House of Blues in Los Angeles October 23.
“The Power of Pink fundraiser was created to recognize and celebrate the strength of women who battle and beat breast cancer daily,” reads an online statement from event organisers.
General admission tickets start at $500, with packages costing as much as $15,000 for ten VIP seats.
Net proceeds from The Power of Pink event will benefit the Cancer Prevention Program at the Margie Petersen Breast Center at Providence Saint John’s Health Center.
Pink’s new album, You+Me, is meanwhile scheduled for release mid-October.
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