Pink (a.k.a. Alecia Moore) has some super exciting news to share with her fans after she was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame yesterday (Feb. 5th). The GRAMMY-winning singer has announced that she has a new song on the way in just a few weeks and a new album coming in April.

She made the announcement today (Wed, Feb. 6) on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Saying that she will be releasing a new single called “Walk Me Home” in two weeks and that she will be releasing her eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human, in April. Hurts 2B Human is the follow-up album to Pink’s seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, that was released in 2017.

Pink told Ellen Degeneres, “I’m shooting a video in a week I think, with Michael Gracey, the director from ‘The Greatest Showman‘. I’m really excited about that. He’s amazing. I have a new song, ‘Walk Me Home,’ and I have a new album ‘Hurts 2B Human’. And I think it comes out in April.”

Pink even shared a brief a capella teaser snippet of the single “Walk Me Home” that will be out in two weeks. The singer sang “Walk Me Home in the dead of night, I can’t be alone with all this on my mind, say you’ll stay with me tonight cause there is so much wrong going on outside.” You can see all this and more in the below videos from Pink’s appearance on Ellen Degeneres.

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