Kylie Minogue has opened up about coming to terms with the fact her battle with breast cancer ruined her chances of becoming a mother. The iconic songstress, 50, said that while she has some regrets and sometimes wonders what life could have been like with kids, she has accepted her situation, The Sun reports. Speaking about the diagnosis, Kylie told the Sunday Times Style magazine: "Realistically, you're getting to the late side of things [at 36].
Shot in downtown Los Angeles, California, the video depicts a massive, spontaneous public orgy you're welcome, YouTube, for the extra hits you're about to receive. For the video's -- ahem -- climax, we see the pint-sized Australian perched atop a skyscraper-high, cone-shaped mass of writhing bodies, both the overseer and the adored instigator of the pleasure-packed scene below her. It's a fitting image for Minogue, whose new album "Aphrodite" out this week marks more than 20 years in the music biz.
Kylie Minogue, the Australian pop singer, has been diagnosed with early stage breast cancer and postponed her Australian tour that was due to open in Sydney tonight. The star, who turns 37 next month, had been visiting family in Melbourne - her hometown — before the Australian leg of the highly successful Showgirl tour was due to begin. A statement released by concert promoter, the Frontier Touring Company, said she would undergo immediate treatment.
Singer Kylie Minogue was today recovering at a hospital in her hometown of Melbourne following a successful operation to treat breast cancer. The star was said to be feeling fine and is expected to make a complete recovery following a lumpectomy, during which the small growth was removed. The disease was detected at an early stage and it appears that the cancer cells have not spread to other parts of her body. Minogue now faces the prospect of undergoing either radiotherapy or chemotherapy over the next few months to kill off any remaining cells.
Kylie Minogue has opened up about her harrowing battle with breast cancer and says she wonders what life as a mum would be like. Australia's queen of pop, Kylie Minogue turns Take a look back at the key moments of her career.
She achieved recognition starring in the Australian soap opera Neighbourswhere she played tomboy mechanic Charlene Robinson. Appearing in the series for two years, Minogue's character married Scott Robinson Jason Donovan in an episode viewed by nearly 20 million people in the United Kingdom, making it one of the most watched Australian TV episodes ever. Minogue has been recognised with several honorific nicknamesmost notably the "Princess of Pop".
By Sara-aisha Kent For Mailonline. Kylie Minogue has candidly discussed her battle with breast cancer and how it has prevented from being able to have children. The petite beauty, 50, also spoke to the publication about her new relationship with year-old Paul Solomons, who is the creative director of British GQ.
Kylie Minogue has disclosed that doctors mistakenly gave her the all-clear weeks before she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She spoke about her misdiagnosis for the first time during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US, and urged women to trust their intuition on matters of health. Miss Minogue was diagnosed with cancer by doctors in Melbourne in May as she prepared to begin the Australian leg of her Showgirl tour.
Australian pop star Kylie Minogue is undergoing tests in preparation for breast cancer surgery later this week. The singer announced that she had been diagnosed with an early stage of the cancer on Tuesday, and subsequently canceled her Showgirl Tour of Australia and Asia to seek immediate treatment. The diagnosis of early breast cancer indicates that the disease has not spread to any vital organs and can be surgically removed, according to a Reuters report.
Kylie Minogue, 50, was diagnosed with breast cancer in Mayat the age of The news led to the postponement of the remainder of her Showgirl - The Greatest Hits Tour, as well as her withdrawal from Glastonbury Festival. After undergoing treatment and surgery the star was given the all-clear, but three years later she revealed doctors had mistakenly given her the all-clear before her diagnosis. Kylie performed part of her Showgirl tour having been for a check and being told everything was fine.