The super talented P!nk stopped by The Ellen Show earlier today and she announced that she has a brand new single AND album on the way!
The record is called ‘Walk Me Home’ and according to P!nk, it’ll drop on February 22nd.  P!nk treated the fans at The Ellen Show with a short but sweet acapella version of her new song and man, can she SING!  “Walk me home in the dead of night, I can’t be alone with all that’s on my mind.  Say you’ll stay with me tonight, cause there is so much wrong going on outside,” are some of the lyrics.  P!nk also revealed a new album is also on the way and Hurts to Be Human is set for an April release.



P!nk told Ellen Degeneres that she’ll be filming her new music video sometime next week and it’ll be directed by Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman).  P!nk’s new album, Hurts to Be Human will be her eighth studio album and the follow-up to Beautiful Trauma.


P.S., Pink hates receiving comments about herself. P!nk says, “It’s hard for me. I hate compliments and that’s a huge compliment, and so I was crawling out of my skin. But it was really great… I really don’t like compliments. I don’t accept praise. It’s not how I learn. Positive reinforcement doesn’t work on me.”Watch below.




And it was just yesterday P!nk received her very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  P!nk explains her exact feelings during the star ceremony, “It was overwhelming. I was embarrassed.  It’s so much attention and I had to stand up there while you talked about me. It was a lot for me. But it was amazing today. It was amazing.  I recognized so many people out there. All from the concerts, all over the years. It’s meaningful. It is meaningful.”  During the ceremony, she had her family right by her side and look at that, so was Ellen!


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Prior to P!nk’s speech, Ellen shared some beautiful words about her friend, “The world knows Pink as Pink, but I know — is it Alyssa? Allison? Alecia? — I know Alecia: shy, lazy, quiet, timid, doormat. No one has ever used those words to describe you. Only me … I think, as an artist, Pink has found the perfect balance. Her voice is strong, but not overpowering. Her attitude is rebellious, but not threatening. Her performances are dangerous but awe-inspiring. And her hair is often overpowering, threatening and dangerous. It’s good hair. I compete with your hair a lot.  I’ve gotten to know Pink over the years and I honestly can’t think of anyone more deserving of this honour.  Even though she’s a huge international star, she is the most normal, grounded person that you’ll ever meet. She really is. She’s just, like, a regular person, which is very hard to get that balance of how awesome she is and how awesome she is as a person.”




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