Pink Learns to Play Piano & Performs 'Make You Feel My Love' Amid Self-Isolation Due to Coronavirus
Pink and her family are putting their time in self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic to good use, as the singer most recently focused on learning a new skill while connecting with her fans.
Even though Pink is bunkered down at home amid the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, she found a good way to stay connected to her fans while learning something new in the process.
PINK'S NEW SKILL
On Tuesday, the Grammy winner took to social media and shared that she decided to learn the piano. Showing off her progress with a mini-concert, Pink sang the Bob Dylan classic "Make You Feel My Love" while she played the piano.
At the beginning of the three-minute clip, Pink said that she decided to learn to play the instrument "once and for all," before she promptly launched into her rendition of the song. Aptly, Pink captioned the video:
“Free concert slash piano lessons from my heart to yours. To make you feel my love rehearsals.”
MAKING THE MOST OF SELF-ISOLATION
When not passing the time by sharpening her musical skills, the self-isolation does give Pink the opportunity to spend loads of quality time with her two children, 8-year-old Willow, and 3-year-old Jameson.
Since they are permanently at home with Pink until further notice, she decided to make a fun family schedule to keep their daily routines as normal as possible.
Sharing the schedule with her fans on social media, Pink showed off the colorful ensemble of daily allocated activities on Monday.
In the short clip, Pink said that the family gets out of bed before 9 am and then head out for a morning walk if the weather permits, otherwise they do yoga. After breakfast, the mom of two allocated slots for academic and creative purposes while chore time comes after lunch.
While quiet time also made its way onto the schedule, television time is followed up by bedtime around 8 or 9 pm, depending on whether the kids fight with each other or not.
HOW PINK DEALS WITH THE STRESS
But the singer also had words of encouragement after thanking health care workers for everything they do, as she said:
"This is a crazy time, but we have each other so let's figure out a way to talk to each other and connect and be kind and I'll do my best to be kind too."
However, Pink also found a way to deal with the mounting stress associated with the spread of the coronavirus. Last week as anxiety levels around the virus escalated, the singer decided to take her stress out on a heap of dough.
In a video Pink shared on social media, she vigorously kneaded dough in the kitchen to make ravioli and said that she is "stressed out" even though she believes everyone will be okay.
PINK LOVES TO GIVE BACK
Pink's safety concerns go beyond that of her family, and it shows in her and husband Carey Hart's generous support for those in need.
As wildfires ravaged through Australia a few months ago, the pop star and her husband donated $500,000 to fire services in Australia.
Since the pair find themselves in a "fortunate" position, it is important to them both to give back to others who are in need of help.
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