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Pink Once Invited Husband to Her Room and Gifted Him a Photo Album That Included Divorce Papers

Junie Sihlangu
Mar 14, 2022
03:20 P.M.
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Pink and her husband, Carey Hart, have been married for over fifteen years and going strong. However, she once served him divorce papers and even released a song about their breakup.

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Pink initially met her future husband, Carey Hart, in 2001. The pair met while attending Philadelphia's Summer X Games, with the singer revealing during interviews that she was drawn to Hart because of his bad-boy persona.

Soon enough, the "What About Us" songstress and the motocross racer started dating. However, their relationship failed to last long and ended with the couple going separate ways.

Carey Hart and Pink at Billboard's Live Music Summit and Awards Ceremony on November 5, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California, and them kissing on their wedding day on January 7, 2006, in Costa Rica. | Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images & Instagram/pink

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By 2003, Pink and the athlete had concluded their very short relationship. In USA Today's September 2012 piece, the singer explained the reason why she broke up from her boyfriend so soon, stating:

“After you spend a couple of nights in the hospital with him when he's broken, the excitement wears off.”

PINK TOOK MARRIAGE MATTERS INTO HER HANDS

Pink and Carey Hart at the MTV Icon Honors Aerosmith event on April 14, 2002. | Source: Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage/Getty Images

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Despite ending their relationship, in 2005, the couple got back together. The pair had an on-again-off-again type of relationship until the singer took matters into her hands and proposed.

MTV reported that Pink's management confirmed the engagement. Eyewitnesses said the singer held up a sign asking Hart to marry her while attending Mammoth, California's Pro 250 class finals.

Pink performs live on "Good Morning America," on October 16, 2017. | Source: Lou Rocco/Disney General Entertainment Content/Getty Images

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According to the Mammoth Times, the songstress wrote her message on a pit board and held it up during the motocross champion's third lap on the race. Her boyfriend continued his lap, leading Pink to write again that she was serious.

That's when the sports star finally pulled off the track and allowed his competitors to go ahead. He went and picked up the singer to give his response, with Pink telling People that she knew she wanted to be with him for the rest of her life after the first few weeks, admitting to USA Today:

"He was never going to ask me because I said no so many times."

Carey Hart and Pink during the 44th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, on February 27, 2002. | Source: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc/Getty Images

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Pink and Hart tied the knot on January 7, 2006, in Costa Rica. Their wedding day was attended by over 100 guests, including Lisa Marie Presley, where they held a non-denominational ceremony.

Guests gathered with them at sunset on a beach at the Four Seasons Resort. The wedding was officiated by a local with Pink confessing that she and Hart loved the beach and knew that was where they'd host their wedding.

Pink at the 56th Grammy Awards on January 26, 2014, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

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The athlete explained that they'd wanted a non-traditional but fun ceremony. Hart said he and his bride weren't religious but spiritual, and their union was about being with their closest family members and friends.

He described their wedding day, Pink wore a Monique Lhuillier gown, as a "very fun and loose party." At their wedding, the famous singer was 26 while the groom was older by four years, aged 30. 

THE SEPARATION THAT ALMOST LED TO DIVORCE

Pink and Carey Hart at the launch of PETA President Ingrid Newkirk's new book on October 14, 2007, in Sherman Oaks, California. | Source: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images

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The couple seemed happy and content for the next two years until the singer took to her website with a shocking announcement. She revealed to her fans that she and Hart were separating.

Pink said she and her husband still loved each other in her statement. She explained that they weren't separating because of anger, cheating, or fighting, as they were still best friends and would continue being such.

Carey Hart and Pink during 25th Anniversary Gala for PETA and Humanitarian Awards in Hollywood, California, on September 10, 2005. | Source: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc/Getty Images

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The breakup inspired her 2008 song, "So What." In the track, the artist spoke about losing her husband and not knowing where he went, with the singer confessing to Us Weekly that the song was a "vomiting of truth."

The track was also responsible for the couple's reconciliation after Pink asked him to be in the song's music video. On May 4, 2016, the artist discussed the breakups she's had with Hart on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," stating

“We take breaks. We’ve had two breaks. The first one was about a year. And the second one was 11 months.”

Carey Hart at the 11th Annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball at Cipriani, Wall Street on December 1, 2015, in New York City. | Source: Jemal Countess/Getty Images

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Pink also admitted that her relationship with her husband "crashed" a few times. However, she said the tough times didn't scare her off because she believed in doing the work in a relationship and didn't feel they were finished with each other. 

In a 2013 Redbook interview, the singer said the reason for their separation after marriage was because they were working continuously. He would see her for five days and then be gone for six weeks!

Carey Hart and Pink at the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center's "An Evening With Women" on May 1, 2010, in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: David Crotty/Patrick McMullan/Getty Images

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Eleven months after their breakup, Hart asked his wife to fly to Las Vegas for a New Year's Eve performance at his club. She wanted to see him too and got dressed up for the occasion.

After having a sound check, Pink told her husband to come to her room. She presented him with a photo album she'd spent months creating that included all the cards he'd given to her and the photos of their whole relationship.

Pink and Carey Hart seen with their daughter Willow Sage Hart on the streets of Manhattan on October 23, 2011, in New York City. | Source: Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic/Getty Images

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The last page of the album had a gruesome photo of Pink from a movie she'd done years ago. Next to it, she wrote that it was her without him and on the next page there was an image of a baby.

She wrote next to it, "The rest is unwritten," and their unsigned divorce papers were behind that page. Pink wrote that the rest was up to her husband and left it up to him, leading Hart to confess he wanted to get back together. 

Pink and Carey Hart at the Clive Davis and Recording Academy Pre-Grammy Gala on January 27, 2018, in New York City. | Source: Lester Cohen/Getty Images

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In May 2009, Pink and her husband had finally reunited again! During another Ellen DeGeneres interview, the singer confirmed the rumor and noted how funny it was to perform "So What" because of how critical of her husband she was! 

The couple [Pink and Carey Hart], whose love is clearly visible when they talk, have since welcomed two children.

She admitted that she was happy that she and Hart managed to patch things up. It appears that their last reunion was the last time the pair would separate as they've been together since.

PINK AND CAREY'S UNDYING LOVE

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Carey Hart and Pink at Billboard's Live Music Summit and Awards Ceremony on November 5, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

In May 2021, Pink, then-41, and her husband, 45, celebrated their 15th anniversary! The singer confessed to the publication that she and her husband had grown up together over the years. 

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The Grammy Award winner said the secret for a lasting marriage was having one's passions, friends, and personal time. She shared how she used to be "super needy," but now they expected less from each other.

Carey Hart, Pink, Jameson, and Willow Hart at the 53rd annual CMA Awards on November 13, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee. | Source: Taylor Hill/Getty Images

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The couple, whose love is visible when they talk, has given birth to two children. In November 2010, Pink confirmed that she was pregnant with her first child before Willow Sage was welcomed in 2011

Pink and Hart became parents for the second time a few years later. Their son, Jameson Moon, joined the family in 2016, completing the family of four with no further separations since!

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