Pink performed her duet with Chris Stapleton, "Love Me Anyway," at the 2019 CMA Awards on Wednesday night in Nashville, Tennessee

By Brianne Tracy
November 14, 2019 11:30 AM
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Pink made the 2019 CMA Awards a family night out.

Ahead of the show, the singer — who performed "Love Me Anyway," her duet with Chris Stapleton, during the ceremony — hit the red carpet and posed for pictures with her husband Carey Hart and their two kids: son Jameson Moon, 3 next month, and daughter Willow Sage, 8½.

Pink, 40, rocked a burnt-orange Julea Domani by Zeena Zaki dress and black hat as her former motocross competitor husband, 44, coordinated with his wife in a black suit.

Meanwhile, their kids played into the country theme. Willow looked adorable in a white dress with detailing of two horses while her little brother wore a cowboy hat, a studded jacket and cowboy boots.

While speaking to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet, Pink said she would be taking a break from music next year to focus on her family.

“We did two and a half years of [music], and Willow’s back in school now. Jameson’s going to start pre-school soon. It’s kind of the year of the family,” said the Hurts 2B Human songstress. “And Carey has a lot going on as well. He’s super supportive, he follows me around the world and now it’s his turn.”

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Carey Hart (L) and Pink with their kids
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Pink added that she and Stapleton, 41, have yet to get their kids together for a play date (Stapleton shares five kids with wife Morgane, 36).

“We live on opposite ends of the coasts, but we do have a record player and [Stapleton’s album] Traveller gets spun a lot in our house,” she said.

Pink also acknowledged her and Hart’s upcoming 14-year-anniversary of marriage by joking, “He deserves a trophy!”

“It’s been a while. We used to make a big deal out of it. Now, we’re just lucky to be together,” she continued, adding of how she and Hart keep the flame alive, “We fight nicer.”

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On Sunday, Pink also brought Hart and their two kids as her dates to the People’s Choice Awards, where she was crowned this year’s People’s Champion.

On the red carpet, Pink opened up about taking a break from touring after wrapping her successful Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which ended recently following nearly two years on the road.

“It’s time to do something else for a minute,” she said.

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Pink recently talked about turning 40, telling Billboard she celebrated with a surprise birthday party thrown by her husband and their kids.

“Forty was the first birthday I’ve had where I’ve been like, ‘F— yeah, this is awesome! Yes! I know exactly who I am!’ And now I can just chill out a little bit,” she said.

“And then 60 is going to be like, ‘F— that, turn it back up.’ I’m going to be on roller skates, with f— rollers in my hair, house plants everywhere,” she added.

The 2019 CMA Awards aired live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. ET.