The "So What" songstress, who was given the People's Champion award at the Sunday ceremony, walked the red carpet accompanied by her husband, Carey Hart, her 8-year-old daughter, Willow Sage, and her 2-year-old son, Jameson Moon.
Pink reflected on how her life has changed as she focuses more on her mom duties.
"It's hectic but it's different," Pink said. "Less leotards. We're just family people. We're just running around like chickens with our heads cut off. ... I have two kids now, and Carey does his own things."
The outspoken social media star also explained how she earned the award for the evening by standing up for causes. Pink, who often claps back at mom-shamers, said she likes to speak up.
"I don’t like bullies, and I don’t like injustice, and I have a big mouth and a thick skin to be able to fight battles," she said. "There’s a lot to be done right now. The time is now.”
In her introduction video before her acceptance speech, Pink described the values she teaches her children.
“I tell my 8-year-old daughter to be kind, that you can make a difference, that you are something in this life, in this world," she said. "And how can that be anything but beautiful?”
While accepting her award, Pink described how the nod was appropriate.
“I looked up People’s Champion," Pink said, "and Rocky Balboa came up, which I thought was fitting because I’m from Philadelphia, I wear sweatpants and I like to fight people.”
The singer added that anyone can make a difference, shouting out young activists like Greta Thunberg and Malala Yousafzai.
“I am a (expletive) derelict from Doylestown, and I have managed to change a little part in my little world," she said. "There is so much to be done.
"I don’t care about your politics. I care about your kids. I care about decency and humanity and kindness. Kindness today is an act of rebellion. There are people who don’t have what you have. Help them get it.”
Not one to hold back, Pink capped off her speech with an NSFW rallying cry to do good: "Stop fighting each other and help each other. Get together with your friends and change the (expletive) world!"
Pink's kids got to answer questions on the red carpet too, with Jameson offering E!'s Jason Kennedy some pretzels.
Willow also got to weigh in on her mom's award.
“Is mom the people’s champ at home?" Kennedy asked the 8-year-old.
“You better say the right thing," Pink joked, before Willow replied, "Sure!"
At least twice a week on tour, we shut the door to the outside world and have family dinner. As you can see, it makes Jameson feel deep, deep joy. #lastedsevenminutes #gratitude #space #conversation #loosescrews
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Since welcoming her two kids, the "Perfect" artist has confronted her fair share of trolls coming after her for the way she raises them.
Whether it's attacking her for taking her children to the zoo or shaming her for having a family dinner night, haters have consistently tried to tear down the Grammy winner. Eventually, Pink got so tired of it, she disabled her Instagram comments with a flurry of middle-finger emojis. She still won't allow them on some pictures that feature her kids.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: People's Choice Awards: Pink, Carey Hart bring kids, talk bullies