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Singer Pink on the not-terrible twos

Singer Pink talks about her two-year-old daughter, Willow Sage, at the premiere of her very first movie.

Photo: Pablo/Goodwin/FameFlynet Photo: Pablo/Goodwin/FameFlynet

It's no surprise Pink's two-year-old daughter, Willow, is a little firecracker!

“She’s fierce. We need our girls to be fiery,” the Grammy award-winning singer said earlier this week at the Los Angeles premiere of Thanks for Sharing (according to People.com) — a big night for Pink, since this is her very first acting gig, alongside A-listers Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins and Marc Ruffalo (look for Pink's given name, Alecia Moore, in the movie credits).

Having celebrated her second birthday in June, Willow's well into the terrible twos, but Pink wouldn't quite call them that.

“Oh, I don’t call them terrible. I think she’s tender,” Pink, 34, told reporters. “She has opinions. And my challenge right now is, ‘Don’t laugh,’ because she gets pissed when I laugh. She means it, and I’m laughing. I’m, like, downplaying her emotions. She’s so cute! ‘Don’t look at me, mama! Don’t talk to me, mama!’ Okay!”

Ohhh, Pink's in trouble!

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But at least Willow somewhat likes her mom's music. “She likes ‘Try’ and ‘Just Give Me a Reason,'" Pink shared. "The rest, take it or leave it, she doesn’t care." Ha!

Pink's having a great year with several hit songs, including "Try," and the recent VMA award for "Just Give Me a Reason," and now a movie debut. Go, girl!

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This article was originally published on Sep 19, 2013

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