The Australian singer whose body at the age of 42 is still a dream of millions of women around the globe, Kylie Minogue, graces BlackBook Magazine June/ July 2010 edition.
The star looks sexy and stylish at the pictures and she definitely doesn’t feel embarassed to demonstrate her curves in pretty Zimmerman swimsuits that often reveal some extra flesh.
In the interview for the magazine Kylie says she ‘doesn’t mind the comparison between herself and Lady Gaga, and feels she has had an influence on Gaga’s career’.
I think there’s an element of me in her, but you’d also have to add into that mix all of the other women we’ve been talking about. It’s all part of a chain. In as much as dance music has gone mainstream, I’d love to think that I’ve played a part in that.”
Talking about her career plans the songstress says she hopes her album is a huge success.
Aphrodite is the goddess of love, and as far as the music goes, there’s a feeling of euphoria on this one.”
When asked if she is happy she replied:
Am I happy right now? What’s happy? I have moments of happiness and sometimes they’re even strung together, but I definitely have dark moments, too. Thankfully, those don’t last very long. I can go down very quickly, but I won’t stay there.”
Kylie Minogue, who graces June/ July 2010 issue of BlackBook, has had some acting experience in Australian soap Neighbours that she feels wasn’t very good. But she says she is looking to get back into movies, explaining:
The mid-’90s were a bad patch, but show me an actor who hasn’t done a few bad jobs. I have a deep desire to challenge myself with that again. ‘As a ‘pop star,’ I’ve created this world for myself, and it becomes very natural to stay inside of it, but I’d love to do some independent films. It’s still very early, but I’m in the process of choosing between specific parts.”
I have big ambitions, but I’m really quiet about it. What’s that saying? “Never let people know how much you know.”‘
Enjoy more photos from BlackBook June/ July 2010 editorial with gorgeous Kylie Minogue!
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