Pink covers the June issue of Glamour Magazine – talks abou sex, her daughter and her husband!

Pink landed the June cover of Glamour Magazine, and I think she looks great! Pink is promoting her current album, ‘The Truth About Love.’ I love me some Pink. Seeing her in concert is on my bucket list. I need to just do it one of these days, but tickets are so damn expensive! I guess I could write it off – maybe I should just bite the bullet and do it already!

Anyhoo, in the Glamour interview, she opened up about why she sings about sex so often, why she named her daughter Willow Sage, and opens up a bit about her husband, Carey Hart.

Songs all about sex: “I’m a reformed slut… It’s my very unsophisticated way of taking the power back. I’ve always had an issue with [the idea that] ‘OK, we’ve both decided to do this. Why am I a slut and you’re the player? You didn’t get anything from me that I didn’t get from you.’”

Getting her start by touring with NSync and 98 Degrees: “It was Beatlemania for those boys… I got in trouble for toilet-papering 98 Degrees’ bus. Joey Fatone was in love with me,” Moore recalled. “He took me to Friendly’s on a date, and he bought me an ice cream. Such a sweetheart. He asked my dad’s permission.”

MORE SEXY PHOTOS OF PINK AFTER THE JUMP!

Why she named her daughter Willow Sage: “I love the idea that a willow tree cannot be snapped or broken. And we burn sage all the time. It clears bad energy.”

Her worst day: “Willow and I were at the pool, and I was taking her to nap time. She was walking just a foot in front of me. And she trips and falls and gets a concussion. She passed out. Cut to an ambulance and fire truck. And a CAT scan. She was about a year old. That was the worst day of my life. And what do they say? ‘Kids fall.’ Welcome to parenthood, I thought. I can’t handle this. I’m fitting her for a bubble. Every time she bounced on the bed, I see stitches. Being a parent is a Jedi mind f—. It’s also the raddest thing ever.”

Her husband Carey Hart: “Are things ever good? I don’t believe that exists,” Moore said. “Long-term relationships are an everyday choice. It’s harder to be in a marriage than it is to bounce from one relationship to the next. We’re good because we communicate and we’ve grown up together, not because we don’t fight.”

I liked the interview, I thought it was interesting.


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