Kylie Minogue discusses searching for her ‘inner Monty Don’
Kylie Minogue fans can’t get enough of her jaw-dropping new look.
For the Tension singer’s latest photoshoot, she rocks wavy red locks cascading down her shoulders while striking various poses.
Kylie, 55, stands out with striking blue and silver eye makeup and oozes sex appeal in a figure-hugging metallic dress.
Pictures from the eye-grabbing shoot certainly didn’t go unnoticed on social media, with many of her 2.7 million Instagram followers flocking to her post to comment.
Kenjinunez wrote: “YES!!! LEGENDARY!!!”
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Ajhmate added: “The beating heart of pop indeed!”
Hippohippopotamus commented: “This hair colour is everything!”
Tiff_How_43 typed: “Everything you touch is gold.”
Kylie’s ravishing look comes just a day after she sported another red wig for her new single Tension.
The singer is predominantly known for her having blonde hair, but previously experimented with red hair in the 1990s.
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Pictures from 1995 show the popstar with an auburn-coloured fringe which she rocked with black hair.
At the time she had not long released her self-titled album and was working on her next critically acclaimed record titled Impossible Princess.
Fast forward the years and Kylie has increased her popularity due to her new era of music.
Over the summer, she released hit single Padam Padam and fans are now loving her latest single Tension, also the title of her brand new album.
Speaking to the publication about still making music, she said: “Sometimes [a long break] crosses my mind, but it’s fairly fleeting. There’s a song that hasn’t been written yet.
“Padam Padam didn’t exist a year ago. I guess the ultimate seduction or challenge is to create that three and a half minutes of transformative magic.
“You want to try and keep getting that high [of] affecting someone positively.”
Kylie also expressed how songwriting and recording is an outlet for her emotions.
She continued: “I’m happiest when I feel like I’ve expressed some deep emotion or thoughts that I’m struggling with and it’s like talking with a friend. Speaking your truth is helpful. When I am able to do that, I like to almost paint it instead of just spilling it out. I like to have some poetry with it to not be entirely obvious.”
The October/November issue of Rolling Stone UK is out now.
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