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In a new interview on "The Jason Ellis Show" on SiriusXM, Hart revealed how difficult it was to watch the singer and their son Jameson struggle with the novel coronavirus.
“It was intense,” Hart said. “They both got extremely sick.”
Earlier this month, the “Try” singer revealed on Instagram that she tested positive for the virus after both she and her son began feeling unwell. Hart said a pre-existing health condition made for a difficult road to recovery for the singer.
“She has asthma. It totally attacked her lungs and her chest. She was having a hard time breathing,” he said. Their son, he added, suffered from a high fever for nearly three weeks.
After two weeks in isolation, Pink appeared on “Ellen” via video conferencing to talk about her recovery with host Ellen DeGeneres.
The Grammy Award winner told DeGeneres that her son began experiencing symptoms on March 14, three days after the family, including their eight-year-old daughter Willow began a self-imposed quarantine. Aside from a fever, Jameson developed stomach and chest pains, diarrhea, a sore throat and headache. On March 16, Pink said she began to feel ill.
“It was terrifying at one point...,” Pink said. “In hindsight, it all makes sense, but when it’s happening, it’s such a weird experience that you just don’t put together until after the fact or until days go by.”
Although she developed chills, fatigue and nausea, the singer said she never developed a fever or any of the symptoms experts “tell you to look for.”
It wasn’t until she began relying on her inhaler to manage her breathing that she became “scared.”
The star became emotional when she recalled learning that she had tested positive for the virus. “That’s the point where you are just kind of like, 'OK, are we going to the hospital? Like, what are we doing right now?' Because this is the scariest thing I've ever, ever been through in my whole life,” she said.