Pink appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night in promotion of UNICEF Kid Power Bands. She opened up about her family after Fallon said he met her daughter backstage, commenting, “She’s unbelievably adorable…She’s so cute and so polite.”
The 36-year-old pop star added, “If she was a cereal I’d call her Nutty Delicious. She’s nutty! She’s crazy.”
Pink, who gave birth to her and Hart’s daughter in June 2011 after marrying in 2006, then revealed how she takes after her dad:
Pink commented, “That was right after she got done saying, ‘Dad, I wish you’d move so I could go fast.'”
Willow apparently also has mad skills in the aerial silks department, just like Pink who does that type of performance during her concerts.
As for how she spent her recent Thanksgiving holiday, the funny singer said she hosted a “Friendsgiving.” “I had 35 people at my house avoiding their families,” she joked.
Pink has joined forces with UNICEF to work on the fight against child malnutrition, and explained the wonderful concept of the Power Bands to Fallon.
This unlocks points. It’s for anybody, really, but hopefully for kids for Christmas. Yay! It’s at Target. You unlock points, and for every 10 points that you get—you unlock it by moving—so one in four kids in America are inactive and one in four kids globally are malnourished. So, the more points you unlock you unlock therapeutic food packets for a child in need.
It gets kids moving but it’s also empowering because they get to help themselves. It’s creating global citizens, kids in America that care about kids in other countries. It’s pretty awesome.
Lastly, later on Fallon asked Pink whether she was working on music. The singer responded coyly, commenting, “Sort of. Maybe. I don’t know. I’m not sure.
Watch Pink’s interview in the video above.