P!nk and all of her badass glory covers the latest issue of Billboard Magazine. Inside the issue, she speaks on the writing process of her new album The Truth About Love, topping her acrobatic stunts for her next tour, being a CoverGirl, being a mother and much more. Take a look at a few excerpts below!
On getting writer’s block:
“I was calling it an experiment until it wasn’t an experiment. I had 40 songs and it worked out. I’m like a faucet – there’s nothing going on in my head when I’m off. I write in a journal and that’s it. But that first day in the studio just opened up the faucet.”
On topping her Funhouse tour:
“I might have to light myself on fire. I’ve been to Vegas, seeing what’s the next impossible feat. For a while, everybody had dancers who got to do all the fun stuff, and I was saying to myself, “I can do that and sing.” So that was my challenge.”
On her CoverGirl announcement feedback:
“I always read the responses from the fans. It was 99% positive, but I’ll always have that 1% that’s negative. And my favorite comment was, “Too bad they can’t Photoshop the bitch off your face.” [laughs] That’s actually pretty good.”