Pink. (Jeff Kravitz/WireImage)Pink has never been the typical pop star, and motherhood certainly hasn't tamed her either. In the music video for "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," the first single from her new album, The Truth About Love, the sassy singer gets her revenge on a two-timing ex by showing up to his wedding clad in black — and then arranges for a heart-shaped balloon of red wine to be dropped on him, his lovely bride, and their horrified guests. As everyone screams and runs for cover, Pink dances in satisfaction.
After its debut on Friday, Pink, 32, expressed her appreciation of her fans' approval of the black-and-white video (the only color is the red wine). "I'm feeling warm and fuzzies reading all the feedback on the new video," she wrote to her more than nine million followers. "We worked really hard on it and I'm super duper happy u like;)." A week before the single was set to be released on radio, a demo version of it leaked online.
In a video message, Pink talked about her "incredible time" writing it with Greg Kurstin, who has worked with Kelly Clarkson, Britney Spears, and Foster the People. As for the rest of The Truth About Love, which comes out September 18, Pink says it was a family affair. "[My 13-month-old daughter] Willow played bells and bass on a couple of other songs," she revealed, "but I think you're really gonna like it 'cause I really like it and I like it enough for all of us."
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