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Pink and kids on People’s ‘The Beautiful Issue’ cover
    2018-04-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    IT makes perfect sense that Pink graces the cover of People Magazine’s “The Beautiful Issue.” The 38-year-old pop star born Alecia Moore — who is pictured on the cover with her son Jameson Moon and daughter Willow Sage — is in the midst of her Beautiful Trauma tour, which features a moving nightly set piece where she re-enacts her dramatic 2017 MTV Video Music Awards speech in which she explained to Willow that true beauty is how you feel inside.

    “The thing about parenting is you never know if anything you’re doing is working,” Pink tells the magazine in the story, according to excerpts released Wednesday. “That’s been the most humbling thing for me. In my head, I sound amazing and then I turn around and her eyes are completely glazed over. I have no idea. We’ll see.”

    The magazine renamed the issue this year. The annual event has honored Hollywood’s most beautiful since 1990, and has evolved from a list of the “50 Most Beautiful” to “Most Beautiful Woman” and now “The Beautiful Issue.”

    The magazine’s editor-in-chief Jess Cagle explained that “the issue is always a hit with audiences, advertisers and Hollywood because it celebrates all kinds of beauty, of course — beautiful souls as well as beautiful skin,” noting that the change in the title of the issue is meant to “make clear that the issue is not a beauty contest. Nothing else has changed. As always it will feature beautiful women and a few men of all shapes, sizes and colors, and it will celebrate the most beautiful qualities of all: strength, humanity and artistry.”

    Pink tells People that her own “free range” upbringing during which she rode bikes to school, played in the woods all day, climbed trees and did gymnastics was a “good” childhood, something she’s aiming to give her children with husband Carey Hart as well. 

    (SD-Agencies)


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