Pink And Carey Hart Were Never Officially Divorced

Well, this is interesting!

Pink has admitted that she and Carey Hart never finalized their divorce paperwork because it was too complicated. So, they never really divorced… which means they’re still technically married.

Furthermore, the renewing of the vows rumor is not true says the singer.

“I don’t know where the remarriage thing came from. That kind of
came out of the air. We are definitely back together.

“We never really legally got divorced. Paperwork for both of us is really
annoying. So we’re choosing to be together. Our role models are Tim Robbins
and Susan Sarandon and Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn – people who just choose
to be together every day because they want to be there. And labels have
never been our thing.”

The couple separated last February and Pink – real name Alecia Moore
insists their split didn’t help as much as she expected.

“We try to protect ourselves from being fully in love and fully
open and fully vulnerable, and really all we’re doing is protecting
ourselves from love and real love and the opportunity to really learn and
grow with another person, so it’s actually really detrimental, and you think
it’s helping.”

Well, I guess that makes it easier for them right? It was a short break that they have happily moved on from.

 

Comments

  1. lis says

    I think the point she was trying to make was the feeling of obligation that you HAVE to be there, just because you’re married to each other. The moment when one person in the marriage thinks “Oh, I guess I have to be here, even though I don’t want to and wish I could run away, but I’m married….” is probably a good point to start re-evaluating your life. She was trying to say that they want it to be so every day they both actually WANT to still be together.

  2. Anonymous says

    they are great together just because u may not like it dont come in here sayin people are immature when ur the real immature person.

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