Pink reveals the horrific “penis injury” her husband Carey Hart suffered after a motocross accident

Pink reveals the horrific “penis injury” her husband Carey Hart suffered after a motocross accident

By Savannah Young for Daily Mail Australia

01:27 09 February 2024, updated 01:41 09 February 2024

Pink revealed the horrific injury her husband Carey Hart suffered during a motocross accident.

The American singer, 44, is currently in Sydney, Australia with her family – including Carey, 48, and their children Willow, 12, and Jameson, seven – and appeared on KIIS FM’s Kyle & Jackie O show to talk about her upcoming tour of the country. .

At the end of the interview, she revealed that Carrey had a “Prince Albert” piercing — a type of penis piercing — ripped off during a stunt.

“Did you know that Carrie had Prince Albert pierced that day?” I started.

“Two weeks later, it jumped and tore apart…”

Pink revealed the horrific injury her husband Carey Hart suffered during a motocross accident

Host Kyle Sandilands was squeamish when considering the incident before asking if there was a lot of “blood”.

‘Blood everywhere?’ inquire. “I’m paralyzed just listening to that.”

Last year, it emerged that Pink was doing marriage counseling with her husband.

Pink made the honest statement to her fans when she kicked off her Summer Carnival world tour in the UK in Bolton last year.

At the end of the interview, she said that Carey had her “Prince Albert” piercing — a type of penis piercing — ripped off during a stunt.

The singer told a packed Bolton University Stadium that she and her husband, to whom she has been married for 17 years, were receiving counselling.

“This is what they teach in marriage counseling: regret, regret, resolve,” she told her fans.

“I’ll start that tomorrow,” she added, smiling.

Even though they’ve been in a relationship for two decades, Pink and Carey have had their share of bumps along the way.

Even though they’ve been in a relationship for two decades, Pink and Carey have had their share of bumps along the way. The couple are proud parents to daughter Willow, 12, and son Jameson, seven (pictured in 2022).

The two first met at the 2001 Summer X Games in Philadelphia and began dating shortly afterwards, but briefly broke up in 2003.

The couple reconciled later that year, and in 2005, the Get The Party Started singer held aloft a sign asking for his hand in marriage while competing in a motocross race in Mammoth Lakes, California.

They had a tropical wedding in Costa Rica in 2006, but separated in 2008.

The split was referenced on multiple tracks from her album Funhouse, released the same year, but the couple remained friendly and attended marriage counseling in hopes of rekindling a relationship.

The two first met at the 2001 Summer X Games in Philadelphia and began dating soon after, but briefly broke up in 2003.
They had a tropical wedding in Costa Rica in 2006 but broke up in 2008.
The breakup was referenced on multiple tracks from her album Funhouse, released the same year, but the couple remained friendly and attended marriage counseling in hopes of rekindling the relationship.

In 2021, Pink spoke about the importance of marriage counseling to save their relationship.

Full list of dates for PINK’s Australian Summer Carnival Tour

February 9 – Sydney, Allianz Stadium

February 10 – Sydney, Allianz Stadium

February 13 – Broadmeadow, McDonald Jones Stadium

February 16 – Milton, Suncorp Stadium

February 17 – Milton, Suncorp Stadium

February 20 – Carrara, Metricon Stadium

23 February – Docklands, Docklands Stadium

24 February – Docklands, Docklands Stadium

February 27 – Adelaide, Adelaide Oval

March 1 – Bearswood, Optus Stadium

March 2 – Bureswood, Optus Stadium

March 5 – Dunedin, New Zealand, Forsyth Barr Stadium

March 8 – Auckland, New Zealand, Eden Park

March 9 – Auckland, New Zealand, Eden Park

March 12 – Docklands, Marvel Stadium

March 13 – Docklands, Marvel Stadium

March 16 – Sydney Olympic Park, Accor Stadium

March 19 – Milton, Suncorp Stadium

March 22 – Railway Estate, Queensland Bank Country Stadium

March 23 – Railway Estate, Queensland Bank Country Stadium

She captioned a photo of herself hugging Carey, saying: “Marriage is terrible and wonderful, comfortable and angry.” “It’s boring, terrifying, and nail-biting. It’s to love another fallible being while trying to love yourself. A life back to the table has begun.”

“Therapy isn’t for weak people or hippies or liberals. It’s for broken people who want to be whole. It’s for runaways who want a family. It’s a lesson on how to sit back and listen. How to love yourself so that the other person loves you too. I love you, baby,” she concluded, “I “Grateful that we got this way.”

They reconciled in 2010, and it seems like the couple has been going strong ever since.

In 2011, they welcomed their daughter, Willow, followed by their son, Jameson, in 2016.

Pink and her family have been enjoying their time in Sydney and recently exploring the sights of Bondi Beach, with the So What singer sharing sweet snaps of their antics on Instagram.

She posted a collection of photos of herself standing on the beach with her two kids alongside the caption: “Bondi Beach has been around for too long!” I wrote on Monday. The bills were delicious too. So glad to be back on this side of the world!

“Thank you, beautiful Australia, for being our home away from home. The kids are stoked.

And she’s gearing up for a busy few weeks as her tour hits stadiums in seven cities across Australia.

The tour will kick off at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday evening and will travel around the country for a series of shows before ending in Queensland on March 23.

Pink was born and raised in the United States, but was made an “honorary Australian” after breaking records for concert and album sales.

According to a report in New Idea last year, Pink hopes to start a “new chapter” in Australia with her family and is considering setting up a “base” down there.

She has long considered Australia a second home, revealing that she was “looking at” potential citizenship in February 2023.

“Australia is going to be a special time.” Creating their long-awaited dream base down there where they can escape the winter months will be exactly what the doctor ordered, an insider said.

Pink and her family have been enjoying their time in Sydney and recently exploring the sights of Bondi Beach, with the So What singer sharing sweet snaps of their antics on Instagram

“Last year I was thinking about applying for citizenship, and I’m not even kidding,” she said on 60 Minutes.

Pink added that she told her husband, Carey, that they had to move, and that she “can’t wait” to tour Australia again.

I used to say, if we’re going somewhere, Carrie, this is where we’re going. “So I was kind of looking into it,” she added.

Pink (pictured in October) is gearing up for a busy few weeks as her summer tour hits stadiums in seven cities across Australia, with her tour set to kick off on February 9.

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