Pink Opens up about Her and Her Son's Coronavirus Battles in a Candid Interview
During an emotional interview recently, Pink talked about her and her three-year-old son's fight with the novel coronavirus.
Pink, 40, shared the nerve-racking details of her ailment and how she and her son, Jameson, survived perhaps the most terrifying part of their lives in a candid interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
"At a certain point around March 18, March 19, March 20, when his fever was staying and going up," the acclaimed singer told DeGeneres. "I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't breathe."
Pink's breathing at that point turned out to be very hard, and she needed the use of a nebulizer "for the first time in 30 years." She added that she "couldn't function without" the use of her nebulizer.
The "Just Give Me a Reason" singer continued, "That's when I started to get really scared. You can't help but watch the news every day. Like all the crazy stuff I did and this is the way it ends?"
Meanwhile, Jameson began complaining of chest pains and was having trouble breathing. The doting mother panicked even more and didn't know what to do around then.
Pink, who says she's had asthma all her life, told DeGeneres the incident was "the scariest thing I've ever been through in my whole life."
Both of them eventually began to get better, with Pink also pleading anyone who has criticized her for managing to get her hands on a test when others can't.
Pink decided to donate $1 million to coronavirus relief upon her recovery.
Despite the family living together, the singer's eight-year-old daughter Willow and husband Carey Hart didn't get ill, as reported by ET Canada.
Pink, who was formerly a member of the girl group Choice, pointed out that this deadly disease literally affects anyone, not only the old people.
As reported by E! News, Pink decided to donate $1 million to coronavirus relief upon her recovery. She also helps other people who don't have access to the same resources she does.
She thanked all the healthcare professionals and everybody in the world who are striving to protect their friends and family. She called them "Hero."
As per Today, Pink said that this moment in history gives everyone an opportunity to lend a helping hand, even in apparently little ways.
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