Kylie Minogue, the Australian pop phenomenon, has revealed her ideal team of female collaborators and on-screen role models.
Kylie, 55, admits she can’t get one Australian actress out of her brain when it comes to casting her in a film.
Of course, they have to be Australian to perform her accent correctly if a biopic of Minogue’s life is ever filmed.
The Fever singer confessed that her ‘ideal’ choice is now her front-runner.
Of course, Kylie would want to see Aussie actress and Barbie star Margot Robbie, 33, take on the part.
‘Margot Robbie in my dreams. She’d have the Australian accent down, that’s for sure!’ she told E! News.
When it comes to composing music, Minogue admits that Beyonce and Rihanna are her favourites.
‘Most collaborations I’ve done have come to me, so I haven’t had to make that decision,’ she said. ‘But whoever I work with. There’s always something to learn.’
Between November and January, Minogue will begin a residency at The Venetian’s new Voltaire nightclub.
She is the highest-selling female Australian musician of all time, and she shows no signs of slowing down as she promotes her next album Tension.
Padam Padam, her latest single, has been rocketing through the charts in both the US and the UK, now lying at number eight on the UK singles list.
It even found its way to parliament, when MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle ingeniously quoted the song during a chambers address.
Standing up to talk about the importance of Pride month, Russell-Moyle said: ‘Pride is an opportunity for us to recognise where we have come from and to ensure that love conquers hatred.
‘So, Happy Pride Month. Let our hearts win over hate. And finally, Mr Deputy Speaker, in the words of Kylie, Padam Padam.’
Source My Celebrity Life.