Pink reveals how she gained and lost 36 kilos

Grammy Award winning artist Pink recently revealed that she gained around 36 kilos and lost weight by snacking on bread during the Covid-19 lockdown. The singer had several surgeries that year, but said she finally got her body and health back.

Pink previously spoke about her recovery in 2021, saying she learned the “gift of accepting help” and felt blessed. The singer and her husband, Carey Hart, have suffered from Rocky in recent years, including extreme cases of COVID-19. Hart himself had a chest infection and had surgery on his cervical vertebrae to deal with a problem in his joints.

Read on to learn more.

Pink gained and lost 36 pounds

Pink revealed that she tested positive for the coronavirus, but is now negative, and is donating $1 million to fight the epidemic.

During a recently published interview SpeciesPink talked about how she gained and lost 36 pounds during the COVID-19 pandemic. The singer said: “The breaks are good for my voice. Not so good for the body. Especially during COVID – I gained 36 kilos. I just made sourdough and then ate the sourdough.”

Pink also shared that she underwent hip surgery and double disc replacement surgery on her neck that same year, which made her recovery difficult. However, the “Just Give Me A Reason” singer said that now she’s lost weight, she’s basically “the bionic woman.”

He said lawsuit Page six, “I lost those 36 pounds and I’m stronger than I’ve ever been in my life. And I’m ready to tour and I’m ready to get the hell out of here. I’ve been home too long.”

He previously spoke about his recovery process

Pink, Alecia Beth Moore.

In an Instagram post made in November 2021, Pink discussed the recovery period after her multiple surgeries. The post read: “I am never fully grateful. It was a brutal first week, full of tears and pain, medicated depression, medicated ulcers and a constant fever.”

The singer continued the lawsuit Page six“It is humiliating for a very independent person like me to become physically incapacitated and dependent, even for a few months. I am learning the gift of accepting help. My journey will be swift and deliberate and I will make a full recovery. That’s why I’m so blessed.”

Their last few years have been rocky

Pink & Carey Hart smile

The past few years have not been easy for Pink and her family, which includes her husband Carey Hart, daughter Willow and son Jameson. Both Pink and Jameson had extreme cases of COVID-19 back when the virus was still spreading. Fortunately, however, both have fully recovered from the virus.

Meanwhile, Hart also had a terrible chest infection that required a catheter to recover. He made one at the time Instagram post about the disease, which read: “Well it sucks. A few days before Christmas it turned out that I had an infection in some old hardware in my body.

The post continued: “After stressing my brain over the holidays, I had this tunneled catheter inserted into my chest. Now I have to be on antibiotics for the next 41 days to knock this crap out. A few weeks before the infection, the professional biker had surgery on his neck to fuse his vertebrae together and fix the joint problem.

Pink explores her emotions on her new album, Trustfall

Pink 2022 American Music Awards in Los Angeles

In 2021, Pink and her family were hit by the death of her father, who died of advanced prostate cancer. During a recent interview Women’s healththe “So What” singer talked about her relationship with her father and her memories of him.

He said: “I know that sometimes I tend to remember the bad. I want to try to stick to the good; there was a lot of good in it.”

In his new interview SpeciesPink talked about exploring her various emotions during the making of her latest album, Trustfall.

She said: “I feel like we’re all in this constant state of overload, so we put our feelings aside to get through the day. I wanted to find the way back to truth and authentic feelings… I am like that too. If you ask how I am, how much time do you have?”

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