Pink opened up about suffering her first miscarriage at 17, the first of several she’s gone through in her life.
The singer, whose real name is Alecia Moore, talked about her body insecurities in her song “Happy” off her new album “Hurts 2B Human.” In the first line of the song she sings, “Since I was 17, I’ve always hated my body / and it feels like my body’s hated me.”
Pink, 39, told USA Today on Monday the line is in reference to her body insecurities that began when she was that age.
“The reason I said [that] is because I’ve always had this very tomboy, very strong gymnast body, but actually at 17 I had a miscarriage,” Pink told the outlet. “And I was going to have that child. But when that happens to a woman or a young girl, you feel like your body hates you and like your body is broken, and it’s not doing what it’s supposed to do.”
“I’ve had several miscarriages since, so I think it’s important to talk about what you’re ashamed of, who you really are and the painful [expletive]. I’ve always written that way,” she added.
Pink has since married motocross competitor Carey Hart and share two children, daughter Willow, 7, and son Jameson, 2.
Kendall Jenner has admitted that she didn’t feel as though she fit in with her sexy sisters, as she didn’t inherit their ‘boobs or curves.’ The famous model told The Telegraph: ‘My sisters are a lot curvier than me. They have boobs and I don’t have boobs. Growing up being this little twiggy girl, I saw my sisters and always thought, “Oh no, am I supposed to be sexy like them?” I almost felt like I didn’t fit in for a part of my life.”
The 23-year-old reality star topped Forbes’ World’s Highest-Paid Model list in 2018 and has a reported net worth of around $30million. She also told the publication that she is quite different to the rest of the clan.
The beauty said: ‘I’m not necessarily a lot like them. I like that I have a different vibe to everyone. I like to do different things. And that’s OK.’
Kendall is one of the most sought after models in the world but said: ‘I try not to think of myself as an icon too much.’