Several stars who have been featured on the cover of the magazine's "Most Beautiful" issues in the past are included in the 2018 edition, including Courteney Cox, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts, who has been featured on the cover of the "Most Beautiful" issue a record five times.
The publication has dedicated 41 pages to "gorgeous, inspiring stars", however, Pink admitted that she couldn't take the offer seriously when editors first approached her.
"'I immediately turned to whoever was in the room and said, 'Did you ever think this was as good as it gets?" she said.
DeGeneres added: "You're lovely in every way and they couldn't have picked a better person".
Of course, being a real AF pop star, Pink had plenty of jokes about her People cover. "I believe in needs being met and faith being implemented, and I believe in letting your kids know they can count on you, and that you'll be there".
Within the publication's cover story, Pink explains how being a parent has helped to broaden her own definition of handsome by making it label-less, and how she and husband Carey Hart have integrated that into their home. "I lost my 19th Grammy nomination, I consoled another talented loser, whom I love, and I kept my feet on the ground (cause spectators like to dare me to.) y'all I'm so proud of myself I'm gonna buy myself a drink tonight".
The singer continued: 'I was like, "For what?" As you surely know, Pink made a rousing speech about beauty standards at the 2017 MTV VMAs, after Willow expressed some doubts about her own looks. Nothing you did helped.' I was like, 'Thanks, babe.
"I feel like my sincerity lies in my eyes", Rae told People.
It's also important to Pink that her home be gender neutral.
"So, baby girl, we don't change".
Pink is the face of People magazine's "Beautiful Issue" - and she's using the platform to promote beauty in all forms.
"I laughed out loud", Pink said of her initial reaction.