In the most unusual year for music, most pop stars have chosen to invite you to dance with their latest work. In a world without nightclubs or concerts, the figures of the moment such as The Weeknd, Lady Gaga or Dua Lipa have chosen to recover this genre that emerged in the 70s of the last century. The goal, to challenge the pandemic and inject nostalgia for life before the covid with the hope of recovering it again. Kylie Minogue has bet more than anyone on this sound, as evidenced by the title of her latest work, Disco, and has triumphed above the rest. With critics thrown at her feet calling the album one of the best of her career, the Australian has shown that at 52 she can beat any young competition forged in the era of social media. Her new tracks have reached number one in the UK, making the singer the first female artist to top the album sales chart in five different decades since her debut in 1987. After unseating from the top spot no less than Ariana Grande, Kylie continues with a promotion that is being a delight for her fans. It has included concerts online and funny television appearances like the one he made in The Hormiguero some days ago. Meanwhile, she dreams of filling her private disco when the coronavirus nightmare is over.
Disco, Kylie’s 15th job, was not an impromptu thing. It began to take shape before the global pandemic broke out and confirms the trend of his previous work, Golden, in which the superstar proclaimed to the world that he needed to dance to leave behind a deep personal bump. At that time, almost three years ago, the Australian decided to focus on her career to overcome the romantic break with actor Joshua Sasse. They were engaged after three years of dating, and in an interview with The Sun Kylie came to assure that she was sunk when the relationship ended. “The study has been my savior,” he said then. Work has always been her security corridor, and she is not one to take breaks. Despite accumulating sales of close to 80 million records, Kylie is a brand that encompasses a multitude of businesses beyond music. It has a wide range of lingerie and bedding; a perfume and a clothing and makeup line. He has sold watches and sunglasses, and has even dared with wine. A compendium of products that would have provided the diva with a sum of around 60 million euros.
Despite her sweet and fragile image, Kylie has shown power with everything. She overcame breast cancer in 2005, and since then she has worked for the visibility of this disease. Her other great battle is that of LGTBI activism, and she even made it a condition for marrying Joshua Sasse that equal marriage be approved in Australia. With Sasse is the closest that the interpreter of Can’t get you out of my head has been from the altar. With none of her boyfriends has she come to say “yes, I do”, and ensures that the marriage does not stop her. “For me, being engaged was like an experiment, because I never had an image of myself in which I was married. It is something that I never thought I needed, I never considered it as a goal, “he said in an interview after the breakup.
Since 2018 she has been dating Paul Solomons, a 46-year-old Welshman who works as the magazine’s creative director GQ. Some media assure that it could be the one who brought the singer to the altar, and that the ceremony would take place in Melbourne (Australia). Before Sasse and Solomons were singer Jason Donovan, whom he left for INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. Minogue left him in 1991 after two years of intense romance, while he lived a spiral of excesses with alcohol and drugs. Between 1996 and 1998, the Australian’s relationship with the director and photographer Stéphane Sednaoui transcended. From there to another two years with the British model James Gooding between 2000 and 2002, which was the prelude to one of his most special love stories. The one lived for five years with Olivier Martinez, since the French actor accompanied Kylie in the hardest moments during her illness. A year after finishing with what is still a good friend to her, she began dating the Spanish model Andrés Velencoso, with whom she was another five years, until 2013. Loves that did not end in a wedding and that did not make the artist a mother . Regarding having children, he affirms that “destiny is destiny. It would be a lie to say that I don’t feel a certain sadness, but what can I do? There is the possibility of meeting someone who has children, so I can imagine myself as a stepmother ”. For now, his best creations are the clue-breaking hymns with which he continues to sweep, and the great love of his life, without a doubt, music and his millions of fans around the world.
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