…at least at this point.

While attenting the Elle Women in Music Event in Los Angeles last Wednesday Pink had told E! News that he three year old daughter Willow is not into singing.

“I think she’s more into motorcycles at this point.” she although added that she’s not encouraging her to get into the music biz. “No music, not unless she’s really talented,” she smiled.

Source: EOnline

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P!nk and her daughter Willow helped to kick off the No Kid Hungry Summer Programm.

It is a celebration of the 40 places that kids can get free and healthy meals this summer. Families throughout the Santa Barbara County can text SUMMERFOOD to 877.877 to find a summer meals site in their neighborhood. The texting program is sponsored by the Arby’s Foundation.

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Public Appearances > 2015 >May 21 – No Kid Hungry in Santa Monica


Yesterday had been a busy day for Pink!
Pink made a stop at the LACMA’s Director Circle Spring 2015 WearLACMA collection featuring designs by dosa And FREECITY.


After that she headed straight to the Elle Woman in Music Party hosted by Robbie Myers at the Boulevard3 in Hollywood.

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Public Appearances > 2015 >May 20 – 2015 Spring Wear LACMA collection Launch
Public Appearances > 2015 >May 20 – Elle’s Woman in Music Party in Hollywood – Arrivals
Public Appearances > 2015 >May 20 – Elle’s Woman in Music Party in Hollywood – Inside

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“I’ve always had this insatiable lust for connection. Connection is a necessity; the whole point.”

Chatting with Billboard on the red carpet prior to the ceremony, a pink-gowned Pink talked about her respect for the President’s Award and what it truly means. “It’s not about popularity,” explained the Grammy-winning singer. “It’s about what’s always been important to me: the serious side of life. I’m sort of between songwriting and performing. If those are the two things I’m remembered for, then I’m stoked.”

Pop/folk duo the Weepies and alt-country singer Brandi Carlile opened the musical tribute to Pink, performing searing renditions of the Grammy-winning singer’s “F-ckin’ Perfect” and “Who Knew,” respectively. With Pink’s “Raise Your Glass” playing in the background, BMI’s O’Neill and vp/gm, writer/publisher relations Barbara Cane brought the singer onstage for the award presentation.

During her acceptance speech, Pink encouraged aspiring songwriters to “write your story… even if you’re the only one to read it.” Then, to the delight of the audience, the singer herself got down to the business of connecting musically. She teamed first with longtime collaborator, songwriter/producer Billy Mann, for a moving acoustic version of “Dear Mr. President.” Then Pink introduced her You+Me mate Dallas Green (“We’re gonna play some shit”) to help close the evening with three songs: “You and Me,” “Unbeliever” and “Open Door.”