Popstar Pink has revealed she doesn’t belong to one particular religion but believes she is a “spiritual” person.
The 34-year-old singer, who was recently crowned Billboard's Woman of The Year after the success of her sixth studio LP 'The Truth About Love', told Star magazine her views on religion.
She explained, "I'm a very spiritual person. It's the baby blanket of my life.
"But I don't believe in organised religion. How can one group be right and everybody else wrong? We all bleed red, we're all trying to put one foot in front of another."
The ‘So What’ hitmaker opted for a change in career and stepped onto the big screen for new film Thanks For Sharing, where the mum-of-one plays sex addict Dede.
Pink at the LA premiere of Thanks For Sharing (Apega/WENN)
"I think it's a bit of magic," she said about the role, apparently based on her real life.
"I was extremely pregnant at the time and they brought me a cheesecake, so I said 'Of course I'll do it.'”
Pink's latest album became her first number one album in the US, and she revealed acting is very similar to performing her music.
"It's the same as when I'm on stage - I want my audience to feel every emotion they possibly can," she continued.
"I want them to laugh, I want them to cry, I want them to be angry, I want them to be motivated and inspired, I want them to be challenged and freed and lifted up and beaten down - I just... I want it all. I want it all from them."