Pink Shares Heartwarming Note From Daughter, Teases New Single on 'Ellen'

Feb.5, 2019: Pink poses with husband Carey Hart and children Willow Hart and Jameson Hart at a ceremony honoring her with the 2,656th star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Pink shared touching details of a career-high moment on Ellen Tuesday, revealing her daughter wrote her an adorable note to celebrate the singer receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Admitting that she gets very uncomfortable with compliments, Pink, 39, revealed that her husband Carey Hart and their two daughters still went out of their way to make the day special regardless.

"[Carey] brought in flowers yesterday and Willow wrote me a note that said, ‘Mama, this is a big deal. And I’m glad it’s you and not 'Justin Beaver,'" she said in a clip available on

“I was like, that is so random — how does she even know … I don’t know,” the singer said of daughter Willow Sage, 7. “It was cute. I was like, ‘This must be a big deal.’ “

Feb. 5: Pink and Carey Hart. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Pink also teased some of her newest single "Walk Me Home" off of her forthcoming album Hurts to be Human, which drops in April.

Singing a beautiful acapella rendition of a few of the song's verses, Pink got fans even more excited for the song's release, which she said will be in about two weeks.

Pink is nominated for a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for 2017's Beautiful Trauma. Revealing that it is her 20th nomination, she joked that her husband makes her a tinfoil Grammy each time she loses, noting that this would be her 17th tinfoil award should she lose Sunday.

Watch Pink tease the single below:

P!nk Gives a Preview of Her New Song, 'Walk Me Home'

For the first time, P!nk revealed she has a new album called "Hurts to Be Human" coming out in the spring, and even sang a preview of the first single, "Walk Me Home." Plus, the pop star chatted with Ellen about her relationship with husband Carey Hart, and how he makes tin foil Grammy statues every time she loses the real award.

The GRAMMYS air Sunday, Feb.10 on CBS.