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Pink is named the most beautiful woman of 2018

Cheryl Kahla
Apr 19, 2018
11:40 A.M.
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The 38-year-old singer-songwriter Alecia Moore is professionally known as Pink. New poll result confirms that she was voted as the most beautiful woman of 2018.

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The cover of People Magazine's Beautiful Issue was revealed on April 18, 2018. The issue not only looked at physical beauty but also takes strength, humanity, and artistry into consideration. 

As reported by ET Online, the publication aims to showcase men and woman 'of all shapes, sizes, and colors,' and stressed that it is not a beauty contest. 

Pink's two children, 6-year-old Willow and Jameson, 1, was also featured on the cover. The What About Us singer has been married to motocross racer Carey Hart since 2006.

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According to People, Pink is the perfect role model while also being one of the 'most beloved and fascinating entertainers' of our time. 

She balances her career with motherhood and doesn't lose track of her values despite the 'sheer star power' she commands. 

The mother-of-two shared her feelings about parenting with readers. She explained that the journey had been a humbling experience, adding that parents hardly know if they are doing it right. 

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Pink explains that she doesn't want to focus on labels. Therefore her home is a gender-neutral space. 'I believe that a woman and a girl can do anything,' she adds.

'I believe that a boy can do anything. So I have boys that flip dirt bags and I have boy friends that wear dresses. It’s all okay to me.'

Pink, People, April 18, 2018. 

When asked about her children's future, she admits that there are 'so many worries and fears' which keep her up at night. She worries about the state of the world in general. 

She adds that laughter is essential and despite all the troubles in the world, it's best not to take life 'too terribly seriously.'

Spending time with her family is high on her list of priorities, and she prefers to focus on the family unit than worrying about 'external stuff.' 

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