Since becoming a mother last year, the singer's life has centred around her bundle of joy, daughter Willow.
But that hasn't stop her from recording an album, which immediately jumped to the top of the charts and was certified gold in New Zealand just two weeks after release.
In an exclusive video interview Pink opens up about the challenge of juggling motherhood and recording her sixth album, The Truth About Love.
"I went to the studio in January and my daughter was 7-months-old. Up until then I was a full-time Mum. I just had the best time."
"I have never left her for more than five hours, I completely smitten and obsessed with my little girl. She is so heads and tails above anything else that I do," she says.
Looking back at her pregnancy she says: "Instead of morning sickeness I got rage. Have you ever seen 28 Days Later? I felt like I've been infected with monkey rage.
"I am kind of nuts."
But musically things haven't changed a lot, she adds.
"I am still that feisty, slightly angry girl I've always been."
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