Pink has revealed that her husband Carey Hart had a wardrobe malfunction before attending the American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 20).
In a video posted to Instagram, the singer shared that Hart’s pants split right before the pair were due to walk the red carpet.
The couple, who have been married since 2006, attended the ceremony with their two children; daughter Willow, 11, and son Jameson, five.
“I’ve already told you Mr. Hart has a juicy ass. He ripped his pants,” Pink joked in the video, which garnered more than 88,000 likes.
A friend who was also in the room added, “His whole butt just burst screaming through the back of his pants.”
Pink then walked over to her husband in the bathroom to film her husband and asked him, “What happened?”
“Nothing, literally just the butt blowing out of my pants,” Hart replied.
The family opted for coordinated outfits on the red carpet, while Hart and their kids opted for all-black looks.
Pink matched her family in a vintage Bob Mackie beaded dress with a lightning bolt cutout at the front. She completed the look with black heeled sandals and large hoop earrings.
The singer took the stage at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday to perform “Hopelessly Devoted To You” in honor of Olivia Newton-John, who died of breast cancer in August.
Prior to the awards, Pink said Entertainment tonight that Willow had helped her prepare for the performance.
“She was an absolute icon, and she was also a wonderful human being. I loved her voice,” Pink said of Newton-John.
“My daughter just finished doing it Fat in her theater production, and she really helped me learn the song.
Pink previously paid tribute to Newton-John on Instagram shortly after news of her death broke.
Pink shared a black and white photo of herself with the actor, writing: “I met her maybe three times – and she was an absolute angel.
“One of the most beautiful, kindest, light from within human beings I have ever met. Kindness personified. May she rest in peace and may her family be held in love and light during this difficult time.”