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8 August 2012, 12:57
The 'Funhouse' singer also admits she has written a track for Cher's upcoming new record.
Pink has revealed that her new studio album 'The Truth About Love' features a collaboration with rapper Eminem.
The 'Trouble' singer told Australia's Herald Sun that the artists agreed to record over a handshake with no contractual stipulations involved.
"He said 'Do you want to do a song with me?' F*** yeah! I said 'Do you want to do a song with me?' and he said 'F*** yeah!" Handshake," she confessed. "Nothing signed. Done."
The duet features on new song 'Here Comes The Weekend', which the American called "an alternative club banger".
She also predicted that it won't be the last time she sees the artists hooking up.
"I think we have another song in our future that will be funny and s**t talking," she added.
The pair previously worked together on the 'Without Me' star's 2010 album 'Recovery' during a track called 'Won't Back Down'.
Pink also went on to reveal that she has written a song called 'I Walk Alone' for Cher's forthcoming new album.
"It's such an honor," she declared. "I finally feel like a songwriter. And I'm such a fan."
'The Truth About Love' will be released on 17th September and preceded by new single 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' on 2nd September.
The singer's album will also feature a collaboration with Lily Allen who recently confirmed her return to the studio.