The 36-year-old singer recently opened up to Food & Wine
and got real about her food indulgences and eating habits -- specifically, how it stays consistent no matter what her schedule is.
"I eat a lot [on tour], because I work out four and a half hours a day: a two-hour show, plus yoga, cardio and a rig check with the flying apparatuses," Pink explains. "But here's the issue: I don't change my eating when I get home. So everyone always asks me, 'What are you going to do after?' And I say, 'Get really fat and happy.'"
In April, the "Just Give Me A Reason" singer memorably slammed critics
who called out her supposed weight gain when she made an appearance at the John Wayne 30th Annual Odyssey Ball in Beverly Hills, California.
"I can see that some of you are concerned about me from your comments about my weight," she tweeted to her haters. " ... While I admit that that dress didn't photograph as well as it did in my kitchen, I will also admit that I felt very pretty. In fact, I feel beautiful. So, my good and concerned peoples, please don’t worry about me. I’m not worried about me. And I’m not worried about you either. I am perfectly fine, perfectly happy, and my healthy, voluptuous and crazy strong body is having some much deserved time off."
But one thing you won't see Pink indulging in anytime soon is "anything four-legged or cute."
"I haven't eaten anything four-legged or cute since I was 15," she tells Food & Wine about her longtime semi-vegitarianism. "I had also stopped eating chicken, but when my daughter, Willow, was in my belly, she just demanded chicken wings and fingers."
Speaking of her adorable 4-year-old daughter
with husband, Carey Heart, she reveals that her only child enjoys some pretty unconventional food for a toddler. "My daughter went through a clam phase," she says. "She loved them because the shells are like Pac-Man!"
These days, Pink says she's "obsessed" with halloumi cheese.
"I grill it for salads with truffle oil and dandelion greens -- the more exotic the greens, the better. I don't care if people think halloumi's squeaky; they're wrong," she says.
"It was important to my family that I make my own money," she explains. "I was a drive-through girl at McDonald's. I had a Janet Jackson microphone -- I had power."