Entertainment Kylie Minogue let boyfriend Paul Solomons cut her hair in lockdown
Kylie Minogue reveals she nearly recorded a song with PRINCE
The pint-size singer, 52, explained how - after meeting him backstage following a. gig - she wrote some lyrics at the Purple Rain hitmaker's request, which he then turned into a song titled Baby Doll. © Provided by Daily Mail No way! in a new interview, Kylie Minogue, 52, has revealed that she nearly recorded a song with Prince - something she regards as 'an almost dream come true!' Kylie sat down with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, to detail the making of her highly anticipated new album DISCO, out this Friday.
Kylie Minogue has told how her boyfriend Paul Solomons helped to keep her looking her best in lockdown as she let him cut her hair.
The singer, 52, self-isolated with her other half, 43, in London during the first lockdown and told how they both helped each other maintain their hairdos.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, she said: 'I know how to do my own roots and my boyfriend gave me a trim one day. Just a simple trim, easy.
'I was like, "What are you doing? What’s going on back there?" I gave him a haircut as well.'
Kylie Minogue reveals her favourite song she's ever recorded
The 52-year-old singer told Junkee that she knew there was something 'incredible' about the track as soon as she heard a rough demo .Video: Kylie Minogue and Prince almost recorded a duet (Dailymotion) Your browser does not support this video 'I just had that feeling or that sensation of, "What am I listening to? This is absolutely incredible,"' she said. The song was offered to Sophie Ellis Baxter and S Club 7 before Kylie picked it up. Can't Get You Out of My Head, which was included on her album Fever, went on to become one of the defining songs of her career.
Kylie and Paul have been dating since 2018 and the star recently toldhow he helped her find a 'different perspective' on her new album DISCO.
She said: 'In a nutshell, he's a great guy. He's so caring and supportive. He has a wicked sense of humor, he has his own life and his own career going on.
'So we meet in the middle somewhere. And yeah, it's just . . . it's good - and there's a lot to be said for that.'
Elsewhere in her BBC interview with Naga Munchetty, Kylie told how she wanted to 'run' home to her native Australia during the coronavirus lockdown in March.
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She said: 'I’m very good at keeping in touch with family but of course I haven’t seen them because they’re in Australia.
'I wanted to just run home, I really did but I was committed to the album and staying here.
'In particular, Melbourne and Victoria where my family are just went through their stage four lockdown so I was pretty worried about them but they’re all doing OK.'
Kylie told how she felt 'anxious' during lockdown but recording her new album at home helped to keep her spirits up.
She said: 'Thinking back to the start of lockdown and just feeling adrift and anxious. I was like, I can’t pretend to be happy right now.
'Once I got the home studio set up, that was a coping mechanism. It was a distraction, it was joyful.
singer Kylie Minogue loves "The Crown"
© Cubankite / Shutterstock.com Kylie Minogue just released her fifteenth studio album. Kylie Minogue (52, "Can't Get You Out of My Head" ) is currently promoting her new album "Disco" with appearances on British television. After "The Graham Norton Show" she met the two "The Crown" stars Emma Corrin (24, "Pennyworth") and Josh O'Connor (30, "Emma") backstage - and then came out on Instagram as a big fan of the Netflix series.
'I was keen to do new music so went into the studio late last year and early this year, up until lockdown, was in and out of studios each day. We knew lockdown was looming so the atmosphere in studio was changing.'
Kylie, who previously battled breast cancer in 2005, also sent her well wishes to those who are getting treatment during the pandemic.
She said: 'It’s such a scary and anxious time. You want answers, you want reassurance and you want to get on with your treatment. I’m sending on my best to all of those people.'
On Thursday, Kylie took to Instagram and shared a photo of herself after performing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The star looked radiant in a silver shimmering mini dress and a pair of black heels as she captioned the snap: 'Whoooop! Loved performing #MAGIC for you @colbertlateshow Thanks for having me!'
Kylie Minogue says she met boyfriend Paul Solomons at the 'right time' .
The singer, 52, gushed that her partner, 46, who is the creative director of British GQ, is 'so nice' and that they met at the 'right time' after being linked since 2018. Kylie also sweetly revealed that Paul has even charmed her 100-year-old grandma after making a 'special effort' when he first met her in Australia last year. © Provided by Daily Mail Can't Get You Out of My Head! Kylie Minogue has sweetly discussed her relationship with boyfriend Paul Solomons Talking on Tuesday's Lorraine, the Can't Get You Out of My Head hitmaker, who wowed in a black chiffon mini dress, said of Paul: 'He is so nice.