Pink has revealed she thought she was dead and rewrote her will during her “terrifying” battle with the coronavirus last year.
The 41-year-old American pop star, real name Alecia Beth Moore, contracted the virus alongside her four-year-old son Jameson in March 2020.
Now, in a new interview, she has admitted how seriously ill she is with Covid-19, saying that she “thinks it’s over”.
Close to death: Pink revealed she thought she was dying and wrote her will during her ‘terrifying’ battle with coronavirus last year
Speaking to Heart Radio with Mark Wright on Monday, the singer said, “It’s going to sound crazy, but we had COVID last year, really early in March and it was really, really bad and I rewrote my will.
‘Jameson and I were really sick, and Carey and Willow [her husband and nine-year-old daughter] it wasn’t so you know the moment I thought it was over for us I called my best friend and said I just needed you to tell Willow how bad I loved it.
The mother-of-two then detailed how her near-death experience inspired her new song, All I Know So Far, written from the perspective of a parent speaking to their child for the last time.
Scary: Speaking on Heart radio with Mark Wright on Monday, the singer said: “We had COVID last year, very early in March and it was really, really bad and I rewrote my will”
She said: “It was really, really scary and really bad and as a parent do you think about what I’m leaving for my child? What am I teaching them? Will they be successful in this world?
“This crazy world we live in now and what should I tell them if this is the last time I tell them anything?” So it was a bit of a song.
The three-time Grammy winner will release her new single All I Know So Far on May 7, followed by an album and documentary of the same name on May 21.
Scary: The American pop star, 41, contracted the virus alongside her four-year-old son Jameson (pictured) in March 2020 and admitted she was so sick she ‘thought it was over’
Last year, she wrote an essay published by NBC News, where she spoke about her and Jamson’s “physically and emotionally difficult” battle with the disease.
Pink wrote: “Fighting COVID-19 with my three year old son has been the most physically and emotionally difficult experience I have had as a mother.
“A few weeks after receiving our test results, my son was still sick and feverish. It was a terrifying time, not knowing what was to come.
Pink shares her son Jameson and daughter Willow, with husband Carey Hart, 45, whom she married in 2006.
Happy family: She shares son Jameson and daughter Willow, nine, with husband Carey Hart, 44, whom she married in 2006 (pictured in 2019)