The 45-year-old motocross star talked about Pink's new documentary with Ellen.
Pink released her documentary Pink! All I Know So Far, and people could see the ups & downs of the singer and how she dealt with fame & family while doing the biggest world tour of her life. Now, Pink's husband, Carey Hart, opened up about the documentary.
In a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres on her show, the motocross star said he's very happy that people can see that he isn't a "tattooed scumbag."
“I saw some rough cuts of it early on, and the funny thing is about two days before the movie came out, she’s like, ‘You know, I never actually talked to you about this. How do you feel about being in it and your parts in it?’ I’m like, ‘Well a little too late now,’” Carey said.
“I’m kind of glad I got to show a little bit of my vulnerable side as a father. I’m perceived as being this wild, crazy, motorcycle, tattooed scumbag. So it’s kind of nice for people to see my softer side,” he added.
“We’ve grown up together. We’ve been together now 18 years and I’ve been her muse for about 17 of those. So, I’m quite used to being the punching bag,” referring to being Pink's "the punching bag."