Entertainment: Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears: 'It's Not Good Enough, It Wasn't Perfection' - PressFrom - United Kingdom
  •   
  •   

EntertainmentKylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears: 'It's Not Good Enough, It Wasn't Perfection'

15:45  12 september  2019
15:45  12 september  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

Strictly announces a major pop star is joining the launch show

Strictly announces a major pop star is joining the launch show She'll have everyone spinning around the dancefloor.

But with Kylie , it ’ s different. She was supposed to play Glastonbury in 2005, she reminds us, back when she was a regular icon, perhaps not yet a She cries as she tells this story, but doesn’ t mention cancer explicitly – an omission that reflects how incongruous this dark moment was in her world.

It is violating." Read more: Bella Thorne calls Whoopi Goldberg 'disgusting' in photo leak row. Asked what the pictures reveal , McLean explained: "No topless, no nipples as I don’t do that anymore. Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears : ' It ' s Not Good Enough , It Wasn ' t Perfection '.

Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears: 'It's Not Good Enough, It Wasn't Perfection' © Getty Getty Kylie Mingoue’s record-breaking Glastonbury set was revered by fans and critics alike, but the lady herself was a lot less happy with how the performance turned out.

The singer has revealed she was left in “streaming tears” after watching the festival set back, admitting it was “not good enough”.

Kylie told of her disappointment in an interview with GQ magazine, saying: “My reaction was so at odds with the response and the reception it got.

“I hadn’t done it was well as I wanted,” she said. “I’ve always been so hypercritical. Was this supposed to be the pinnacle of my career? It’s not good enough. I’m better than that.”

Colin Thackery wants to perform at Glastonbury

Colin Thackery wants to perform at Glastonbury Colin Thackery wants to perform at Glastonbury . The 89-year-old 'Britain's Got Talent' winner doesn't think he's the typical sort of artist who would play at the world-famous music event, but that doesn't mean he'd rule out taking to the stage if he were asked. Asked if he's interested in performing at Glastonbury, he said: "You mean where all the pop singers go? I don't sing pop music, my friend. International stars can go and sing anywhere they want. I just do as I'm told." Then pushed on whether he was definitely saying no to the idea, he admitted: "Of course it's not a no.

compilation album, The Best of Kylie Minogue in June and the singles box- set , K25 Time Capsule In March, Minogue ' s contract with Parlophone Records ended, leaving her future music releases It doesn' t mean that you're not talented and that you don' t make creative and business decisions about

" It is hard to get away from the shadow being cast over the housing market by the seemingly never-ending Brexit saga. Indeed uncertainty is a theme that respondents continue Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears : ' It ' s Not Good Enough , It Wasn ' t Perfection '. HuffPost UK.

Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears: 'It's Not Good Enough, It Wasn't Perfection' © OLI SCARFF via Getty Images Kylie Minogue's Glastonbury set was praised by fans and critics alike She continued: “I mean, I am fine now. Sort of. I guess I had to go through that, watch it, look at it objectively and get that out of my system.

“It just wasn’t perfection in my eyes.”

Explaining why she sees the performance that way, Kylie added: “I didn’t hit every note, hit every mark one of the [backing] girls’ mics wasn’t on... Just stuff. But I have to learn to let it live, as it was for everyone else.”

Kylie performed in the Sunday evening Legends slot at Glastonbury back in June, 14 years after she was forced to pull out of headlining the festival to undergo treatment for breast cancer.

Earlier this week, it was revealed her performance had set a Glastonbury record, after becoming the most-watched in the festival’s history.

British Paralympic gold medalist horse rider, 31, blasts train bosses after she was left in tears and stranded on a carriage because no ramp was provided to get her off

British Paralympic gold medalist horse rider, 31, blasts train bosses after she was left in tears and stranded on a carriage because no ramp was provided to get her off Eight-time Paralympic gold medalist Sophie Christiansen, 31, was forced to rely on members of the public to assist her off the South Western Rail train from London to Godalming this afternoon. The cerebral palsy-sufferer, who has been wheelchair-bound her entire life, shared a video of her ordeal on Twitter. In the video, passengers can be seen holding the train doors open for the equestrian until an exit ramp is finally provided.

Kylie Minogue ' s 14th studio album Golden reached Number 1 in the UK as the star turned 50 and in 2019 she wowed the crowds at Glastonbury And when she took to the stage it was an emotional affair for the Princess of Pop who broke down in tears . Kylie told crowds: "I just want to take a

Kylie Minogue has told of her joy at performing at this year' s Glastonbury Festival after having previously Glamour: She paired it with white trousers with a wide leg and also sported a pair of The moment Ohio cheerleader accused of murder breaks down in tears under interrogation as she

Kylie Minogue Reveals Glastonbury Set Left Her In Tears: 'It's Not Good Enough, It Wasn't Perfection' © Samir Hussein via Getty Images Kylie's set was praised by fans and critics alike, as well as setting a ratings record for the festival Figures show that the BBC’s screening achieved the highest-ever ratings for a Glastonbury programme on TV, with an average consolidated audience of 3.2 million.

The previous record-holder was Ed Sheeran, whose Glastonbury set on BBC Two in 2017 achieved an average audience of 3.1m.

Read the full interview with Kylie Minogue in this month’s GQ magazine, on sale now.

Gallery: From stage to screen - the pop stars who act! (BANG Showbiz!)

MSN UK is committed to Empowering the Planet and taking urgent action to protect our environment. We’re supporting Friends of the Earth to help solve the climate crisis, please give generously here or find out more about our campaign here.

Family distraught after visiting dad detained in Dublin Airport before being sent back to US.
Ryan Volrath, whose wife and kids live in Omagh, had a return ticket for a ten-day visit to Northern Ireland as he planned to spend his birthday with them

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 3
This is interesting!