Fans are sure that Pink's upcoming album The Truth About Love will be great, but the singer herself says she had some moments of self-doubt when she was making it -- in fact, she says, she felt like a "fraud."
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, Pink says, "Every album, I'm worried that I'm a dork and a fraud –- what if I can't sing anymore? Then I stop thinking and start playing guitar, and I realize that it's OK to suck, and move forward. Then it clicks and I'm like, 'I'm f***ing awesome!'"
Pink says she masks her insecurity with bravado, in songs like her angry new single "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)." "Maybe that's the only way I feel powerful," she tells Rolling Stone. "I'm in the best place I've ever been in my life, and I'd say it's 80 percent happiness and 20 percent sheer confusion and fear that I'll f**k it up somehow. I'm consumed by my emotions."
The singer admits that one particularly angry track on The Truth About Love, "How Come You're Not Here," was inspired by a "dalliance" that her husband Carey Hart had when they were separated a few years ago. Pink says that when Carey heard the song, his response was, "We can put that to bed now, right?" She said yes, but only after her world tour in support of her album.
The Truth About Love is due out September 18.
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