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Grammy winner Pink chats with USA TODAY's Melissa Ruggieri about her album "Trustfall," her new tour and how her personal life affected her music.

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Her candidness – coupled with endearing self-deprecation and searing humor – is undiminished as she releases the ninth album of her 23-year career, “Trustfall.”

The new release, out Friday, is perhaps Pink’s most stylistically diverse creation – frisky dance-pop songs laced with a rock edge (“Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” “Runaway”) countered by introspective heart-tuggers (“When I Get There,” “Long Way to Go”). As she puts it, the new record is about “the roller coaster of life.”

Pink, 43, also welcomes a few guests on the album: The Lumineers, First Aid Kid and previous duet partner, Chris Stapleton, on the album closer, “Just Say I’m Sorry.”

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