Pink and Drew Barrymore bonded over making “terrible decisions” as young women in a recent interview.
In the latest episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, Pink (real name Alecia Moore) recalls how she wrote her first book report on Drew’s 1990 biography Little Girl Lost, telling the TV host praised for continuing to speak openly about her drinking and experiences. Drug use as a child or teenager.
Before addressing her complicated past, Pink said, “You’re such a lovable person and you have a story behind you that you don’t hide. That’s another thing we have in common.” “My children know everything about me by what I tell them, hear out of my mouth, or see what I’ve already said before I’m around them.” I know there are.”
In response, Drew said that both she and Pink “started partying at nine” and didn’t believe they were going to be mothers.
Therefore, she asked the So Watt singer what made her confident that her children would not follow the same path.
“I think everything I’ve been through is very scary for my children to go through,” mused the Charlie’s Angels actress.
“I don’t even mix Tylenol and Advil[as painkillers]now. Oh, the pendulum swings,” Pink joked, then became more serious. Done Why did we make it We made a terrible decision Kids – they’ll be fine They can borrow some of our knowledge and make their own I’m going to buy the knowledge of, which means we’re having a candid conversation about life.”
Drew has Olive, 10, and Frankie, 8, with ex-husband Will Kopelman, while Pink has Willow, 11, and Jameson, 6, with husband Carey Hart.