Fresh off of an appearance at the 2007 NRJ Music Awards over the weekend, Kylie Minogue was spotted saying her goodbyes as she hopped on the Eurostar from Paris back home to London on Tuesday (January 27).
The 39-year-old sop actress turned pop star caused a little stir the day before by reuniting with her ex fiancé Oliver Martinez and his dog Sheba in the French capital.
It’s a good week for children’s hospitals. Yesterday the Gossip Girls reported that Johnny Depp plunked down $2 million for the facility that treated his daughter last year, and now Kylie Minogue has reportedly done a little humanitarian work at an Aussie hospital.
The “Locomotion” singer stopped by a center for seriously ill kids in Sydney to pay a visit and raise spirits earlier this week. And from all accounts, her presence did a lot to brighten the day.
If you were hoping to see Kylie Minogue gracing a stage near you in the near future, you may want to stop reading now. According to the British press, she won’t be embarking on her world tour anytime soon.
The “Locamotion” singer says that she may have been a bit too eager to get out on the road. After all, she had to cancel her 2005 tour at the last minute due to her breast cancer diagnosis, and hasn’t been able to get back on the road yet.
Kylie Minogue was the center of attention on Monday night (October 29), as she was honored with a prestigious British music industry award at the Grosvenor Hotel in London.
The Australian pop singer-songwriter was presented with the Music Industry Trust's Award in "recognition of her universally acclaimed status as an icon of pop and style achieved over a 20-year career, which has seen her reinvent, experiment and inspire."
Back in 2005, Kylie Minogue was dealt a wicked hand when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. But two years later, she’s back in the game and everyone is taking notice.
The 39-year-old Aussie singer received the honor of the Q Idol Award yesterday in England. The ceremony, which took place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, took a moment to pay tribute to Minogue for having the courage to return to music after her plight with cancer.