Pink: That's what the pop singer thinks about Heidi Klum

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Pink (43) has landed another hit with her new song "Never Gonna Not Dance Again".

Pink: That's what the pop singer thinks about Heidi Klum

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Pink (43) has landed another hit with her new song "Never Gonna Not Dance Again". Model Heidi Klum (49) also became aware of the track and quickly chose it as the title song of the new season "Germany's next top model", which started on February 16. Alecia Moore, as the singer's real name is, has known Klum for several years. "She's really pretty," enthuses the 43-year-old mother of two, who will release her new album "Trustfall" on February 17. In an interview with the news agency spot on news, Pink also talks about self-doubt, the dangers of social media and explains why she describes herself as an "open book".

Pink: I feel like my albums are chapters in my life. "Misunderstood", the perfect way to describe my 20 year old self. "I'm Not Dead" shows how I felt when I was 25. "Beautiful Trauma" reflects what I was thinking about the world at that moment. And "Trustfall" corresponds to what's currently going on. I feel like I'm growing up and a mother and an American. We all just have to have a lot of faith right now. We live in crazy times - with climate change and all that stuff.

Pink: I have really great friends and I love my kids. If they were strong enough, they would certainly catch me. My kids are great little people.

Pink: I've been making a lot of sourdough during the pandemic. My father died and in the same year I lost a dear friend. Even if the world stops, we won't. We still have life - parents, children, partners, jobs and fears. These days I try to be really aware of what I read, what I see. I think self-care is important to all of us right now.

Pink: Yes. I believe in the universe and I think it takes care of us. I trust that I will do my best - and that's all I can do. I also have faith that if the world does end, I will dance.

Pink: I love Heidi Klum. I don't know how it happened - but I love her. I saw it on social media the other day. She gave me a little "hello" and I was like, "Oh thanks. That's cute."

Pink: I've known her from the beginning. I mean, I don't know her that well. But we've met before. she is really pretty

Pink: I don't like change. But I know they will come anyway. I don't think I'm an optimist. I just think I have a really good sense of humor. This helps. I am able to accept a situation and laugh about it. Or to cry - whatever is honest right now. You just have to let it out.

Pink: All the time. Every single thing - I brood too much. In my head I fail at everything. As a parent, as a sister.

Pink: I'm very honest. I apologize often and always start over. I'm just trying to be the best person I can be.

Pink: I do. I think that nothing is real online and people just show the nice stuff. things that look good. We know that, I wish kids would see that too. Someone posts a smiling photo and five minutes later the person is sad. Social media is terrible for us, but there is also good. I've discovered so many good things through Twitter. I found a lot of fans and contacts and was able to do good things for people that I wouldn't otherwise have known about. Thanks to Instagram, I can keep in touch with my friends when I'm on tour. I can follow her life so that when I see her again I don't feel like I don't know her anymore. So it also has some good things, but mostly it's bad.

Pinkt: My children are not on social media.

Pink: One day, when they're going to support themselves and not live at my house anymore. I said to my daughter Willow, "If you can show me any literature published by a reputable source that says social media is good for you, then you can do it. I wish you the best of luck."

Pink: He's used to it. I've been doing this for about 20 years now. I am an open book That's how I am personally, on stage or in my relationships. What you see is what you get. Music is made for that too. It is made for feelings and it can also be medicine. It is healing for me and for others. That's what I love about her.

Pink: I'm so excited. I get to do so many fun things. We had our tour meeting a few weeks ago. I forgot how much fun I can have. It's just been a while. As I walked out of the session I was like, "Oh my god, we're going to have so much fun."

Pink: Yes, my family is there. I don't know yet if Willow will perform. If she wants, she's welcome to do it. Sometimes she wants, sometimes she doesn't.

Pink: Yes, we have. We get together every night before the show and say our little prayer. I also have a very specific routine: warm up for the voice, then we do yoga together and stretch. Then there is prayer.

Pink: You can see the difference between the shows in the US for example. People in the really big cities often try to keep their cool. In the smaller towns, everyone just freaks out. I don't know if that's still the case. I feel like everyone is ready to just have a great time again.