Pink Says If She Wasn’t Planning Her Upcoming Tour, She’d Be Probably Be Pregnant Again

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P!nk has just released her latest studio album The Truth About Love, followed by a world tour early next year, which she says is one of the reasons she is not planning to get pregnant right now. The singer who already has a daughter named Willow by husband Carey Hart says that if she wasn’t doing all the things she has planned, she’d probably be pregnant by now.

“I mean if I weren’t going, getting ready to go on tour, I’d be pregnant. I’m barefoot and pregnant in my garden with an attitude.”

The ‘Blow Me One Last Kiss’ singer added that during her pregnancy last year, she became very angry – to the extend where she describes the experience being like the movie 28 Days Later. Pink explained: “They were infected with the rage virus and that’s what I had. I didn’t battle morning sickness, I didn’t have cravings. I had rage!”

Joking on breastfeeding her daughter Willow until she’s a teenager, the singer added: “I’m a hippie at heart. [How long will I do it?] Until prom! I’m going to carry her to prom in a Baby Bjorn. ‘Willow, your feet are dragging’,” while she talks on her hubby: “He’s amazing. He’s exactly the dad I thought he’d be. He was raised by a single dad, so he’s completely capable. Sometimes I feel like if I didn’t have the boob, I wouldn’t be necessary!”

So far, here are the confirmed details of where Pink will be heading first for her world tour:

  • February 13 – Phoenix, AZ, US Airways Center
  • February 15 – Las Vegas, NV, Mandalay Bay Events Center
  • February 16 – Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center
  • February 18 – San Jose, CA, HP Pavilion
  • February 21 – Houston, TX, Toyota Center
  • February 22 – Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center
  • February 24 – Orlando, FL, Amway Center
  • February 25 – Fort Lauderdale, FL, BB&T Center
  • February 27 – Tampa, FL, Tampa Bay Times Forum
  • March 1 – Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena
  • March 2 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
  • March 5 – Detroit, MI, The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • March 6 – Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
  • March 8 – Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Center
  • March 9 – Chicago, IL, United Center
  • March 11 – Toronto, ON, Air Canada Center
  • March 12 – Montreal, QC, Bell Center
  • March 14 – Washington, DC, Verizon Center
  • March 16 – Charlotte, NC, Time Warner Cable Center
  • March 17 – Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center
  • March 19 – St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
  • March 23 – East Rutherford, NJ, Izod Center
  • March 25 – Uniondale, NY, Nassau Coliseum
  • March 27 – Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
  • March 28 – Boston, MA, TD Garden

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