"I never say never about a lot of things. Whatever you want, then more power to you. If someone feels they have to live up to a certain image, then I can kind of understand that pressure because I'm considered to be one of those images, and I know how unreal they are."
"People see me as Kylie the singer. It would be a dream for me to be taken seriously as an actress."
"I don't have to try to be a sex bomb, I am one!"
"I'm totally shattered. Everything has been so crazy. I've been trying to get my act together, but I am so exhausted I can barely string a sentence together. Making this album has really taken its toll." (on recording the Fever album).
"When I was eight, my pals and I went up to my bedroom, put on our party frocks and mimed to ABBA records using broom handles as microphones."
"I especially enjoy the period with 'Shocked', 'What Do I Have To Do' and 'Better The Devil You Know', so maybe something from there." (when asked what earlier hits she would re-release if given the oppurtunity)
"I'm so happy that my costumes have found a home here in Melbourne, my home town, where I know they will be cared for and preserved. Its just such an honour that the Performing Arts Collection wanted it all. What I imagine people will want to see is the wear and tear, the ingrained make-up after fifty shows, where the audio-pack rubs these are things that for me, bring costumes to life."
I have been in L.A. for a week and the town has been full of Grammy fever, to actually be a recipient is incredibly special. I am thrilled and cannot wait to bring it home. (on winning a Grammy)
Part of me is a sexual exhibitionist.
If you're part of a record company, you're a manufactured product. It doesn't mean that you're not talented.
Gay icons usually have some tragedy in their lives, but I've only had tragic haircuts and outfits.
You know, songs often have a very coloured past. They might have something about them but it still doesn't work, so someone else adds a bit, and someone else adds a bit so perhaps one day I'll know its full history.
I wrote lyrics that were intensely personal to me a few years ago. Maybe people know me better now.
I am so excited to be performing once again at GAY. There's an atmosphere there that is unlike anywhere else. Last time I performed there they had a huge clock counting down the minutes until the show and by the time I came on the crowd was at fever pitch. It's a special venue for me and I have some amazing memories of gigs gone by. So many of the audience go to great lengths to make special outfits and they know the lyrics to the songs better than I do.
I just want to do everything. I don't want to sound soppy or too cliched, but that's the way it is.
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