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Pink Shares Adorable Video of Son Jameson, 6, Dressed as Spider-Man: Watch

The pop star shares her son and daughter with husband Carey Hart

<p>Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal via Getty, Pink/Instagram</p>

Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal via Getty, Pink/Instagram

Pink’s son Jameson is channeling his inner web-slinger.

The "Never Gonna Not Dance Again" singer, 44, shared an adorable post on her Instagram Story Friday, in which her 6-year-old dressed up as Spider-Man and practiced his web moves.

In the short clip, Jameson could be seen unmasked in front of a bookshelf as he whipped his hand out toward the camera, pretending to shoot a web at it.

His face was scrunched up in focus as he embodied the fan-favorite costumed superhero.

<p>Pink/Instagram</p>

Pink/Instagram

Related: Pink Shouts Out Husband Carey Hart for Being 'Up for All of It' with Their Kids: 'So Lucky'

Pink previously revealed that her two kids would be joining her on her latest tour — which started in Europe and is currently touring across the United States.

During her first tour date in the U.K., the singer brought daughter Willow Sage on stage to sing their single "Cover Me In Sunshine."

Related: Pink's Daughter Willow Joins Her on Stage to Perform on First Tour Date, Days After Turning 12: Watch

Pink’s husband Carey Hart, whom she shares the two kids with, captured the moment on camera and shared it on social media.

"So proud of Willz to get up on stage w/ mama @pink !!!!! Must be a surreal moment for mama to have w/ her lil girl on stage 😢," he wrote in his caption.

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Pink sat down with Zane Lowe for Apple Music earlier this year and spoke about how her experiences growing up and within the music industry impacted her desire to have children.

"Everyone told me, 'If you have children right now, your career's over,' " the mom of two recalled.

"Obviously, we're all much more complex than any of that, but when I had a child, I think it softened me to the world, the part that didn't understand me," she further explained. "And I think that's when my career began, really. I mean, I did a lot of stuff before that, but really, truly, I think it's when I started to really understand myself and understand the world and my place in it."

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