Pink Reveals She Slashed Carey Hart’s Tires in Hilarious ‘Burning Questions’ Game on ‘Ellen’: Watch

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Pink has by no means been afraid to talk her thoughts about something, and apparently she's additionally not afraid to slash her personal husband's tires if he does one thing unsuitable.

The "Beautiful Trauma" singer performed one other spherical of "Burning Questions" throughout her newest go to to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, revealing that she not too long ago took a knife to Carey Hart's tires -- on Thanksgiving, no much less.

"The holidays are irritating!" Pink instructed Ellen with fun, explaining that it was the dumbest means she harm herself. "I acquired clear via the primary [tire], he has a raised F-250 and people tires are very thick, thanks very a lot. And the second I misplaced slightly steam, and I hit the steel half, and my hand simply went straight down the knife. Got 13 stitches."

Though the vindictive transfer resulted in damage, Pink was significantly pleased with the truth that she didn't want any anesthesia throughout her hand stitch-up. "I couldn't really feel a factor," she added.

Pink's tough-girl perspective additionally got here out when she shared the craziest rumor she's heard about herself, which concerned oil wrestling in a homosexual bar in Louisiana. "I used to be tremendous with the rumor, till it mentioned I misplaced," she quipped. "I might not have misplaced."

In the remainder of the Four-minute sport, Pink additionally shared her first celeb crush, how she embarrasses her youngsters, and her spectacular knitting abilities.

During the identical Ellen go to, Pink revealed that she has a brand new album on the way in which, with the primary single titled "Walk Me Home" coming Feb. 22. She touched on her relationship with Hart in her chat with DeGeneres, admitting that issues aren't all the time excellent, however that's the perfect inspiration for her music. "Pain is a catalyst for change, and it's a motivator," she mentioned. "It's one thing value speaking about."

Watch Pink reply Ellen's "Burning Questions" beneath.