In she was due to headline the festival but had to pull out after her breast cancer diagnosis. But 14 years later her time has come at last. There is a pause, then a smile. Surely those iconic, skin-tight shorts which made pop culture history 19 years ago will be making a comeback for the ,strong crowd expected at the Pyramid Stage?
Kylie Minogue wonders what having children might have been like, but has accepted that she won't become a mother. At 50 the Australian pop star says she does have some regrets, although she tries not to dwell on them. She told Britain's Sunday Times Style magazine: "Realistically, you're getting to the late side of things. And, while that wasn't on my agenda at the time, it changed everything. I'm 50 now, and I'm more at ease with my life. Minogue, who has had a number of high-profile relationships, said that she has never been heartbroken, but called her previous romances "mistakes". Referring to her relationship with Paul Solomons, GQ magazine's creative director, Minogue said: "I've met someone who I feel good with.
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Throughout her career, Minogue has been known for reinventing herself in fashion and music. She is described as a style icon and has been recognised with several honorific nicknames , most notably the "Princess of Pop". Minogue is also recognised as the highest-selling female Australian artist of all time. Born and raised in Melbourne , she has worked and lived in the United Kingdom since the s. She came to prominence as a recording artist in the late s and released four bubblegum and dance-pop-influenced studio albums produced by Stock Aitken Waterman and released by PWL.