Pink has delighted her army of fans with a personal video message, giving details of her long-awaited sixth studio album.

The So What singer revealed it will be called The Truth About Love and will be released on 18 September.

Seen in a YouTube video (above), the three times Grammy Award-winner, who wears a see-through white top with black tape over her nipples to make the announcement, giggles while telling fans the news.

Pink's last album was 2008's Funhouse, featuring top 20 songs Sober, Please Don't Leave Me and Glitter in the Air.

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Pink at the MTV Europe Music Awards

Since then she has taken time off from her duties as one of the best-selling artists of all time to concentrate on being a mother to her daughter Willow, born in June last year.

In November, Pink admitted that she was having trouble coming up with catchy pop music since giving birth to daughter Willow, because she had lullabies on the brain.

She told Eonline.com: "She stops crying when I sing. I sing You Are My Sunshine and I make up songs for her because I'm goofy. (But) I promised my fans I wouldn't write an album full of lullabies."

Last month, the singer announced the first cut from her new LP would be Blow Me (One Last Kiss), due for release on 9 July.

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