Pink Teases New Album And Song On 'Ellen'

Pink is giving fans a preview of her new song "Walk Me Home." The 39-year-old singer performed part of the single on Wednesday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show after announcing the new album Hurts to Be Human.

"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 / Because there is so much wrong going on outside," she sang.

Pink said she plans to shoot a new music video ahead of the release of "Walk Me Home" and Hurts to Be Human. "I’m shooting a video in a week, I think, with Michael Gracie, the director from Greatest Showman. I’m really excited about that," the star shared. "He’s amazing." "I have a new song, "Walk Me Home," and I have a new album, Hurts to Be Human. And I think it comes out in April," she added. "I think "Walk Me Home" comes out in two weeks."

DeGeneres supported Pink during the singer’s Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony Tuesday. Pink was also joined by her husband, Carey Hart, and two children, daughter Willow and son Jameson.

When the two got to talking about the performer’s star unveiling, Pink let slip how uncomfortable the event made her. She explained: "It’s meaningful. It’s hard for me – I hate compliments, and that’s a huge compliment. So I was crawling out of my skin."

After Ellen was confused about a celebrity not liking compliments, she clarified: "I don’t accept praise; it’s not how I learn. Positive reinforcement doesn’t work for me."

Pink is nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Pop Vocal Album for her 2017 album Beautiful Trauma. She noted that while she tends to get nominated frequently, she doesn’t really win very often, and she doesn’t expect to this weekend. She says her Grammy losses are something her husband Carey Hart acknowledges in a special way.

Pink said, "This is my 20th nomination," "Every time I lose, Carey makes me a tinfoil Grammy. And so this will be my 17th tin foil Grammy on Sunday!"