Dannii Minogue Ready To Move On After Sister’s Nightmare Is Over

has spoken of her relief that big sister is clear from cancer and revealed to The Sun, “At last the nightmare is over.” The 34-year-old said, “But I’m just grateful that this is now a happy year for us. I get fed up talking about bad times. Now it’s a happy time, she is better and the nightmare is over. So let’s all accept that it’s over and let’s all rejoice that she is better. I think it’s made every woman more conscious about breast cancer but I really don’t want to become a spokesman for breast cancer awareness. I just wanted to be a good sister and I’m only just coming out of that mode of protecting, caring, supporting and being there. I had to get my head around it all too, but the most important thing is that everyone stops talking about it. I know other people who have had cancer in their families and after a while they just don’t want to talk about it. You don’t want to talk about it every second of every day. Once it’s over, let it go. I like to live in the moment. Now I want to move on.”

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Kylie Minogue Agrees To TV Interview

June 20, 2006 – The Sun reports Cat Deeley of Sky One is set to interview Kylie Minogue, the singer’s first interview since her breast cancer battle. “Kylie is one of the UK’s biggest and best-loved artists,” said Richard Woolfe, Sky One’s director of programming. “Ever since she made her UK debut in ‘Neighbours’ some 20 years ago, she has found a place in the nation’s heart. The news of her diagnosis sent shockwaves across the world, so we’re delighted that Kylie has chosen Sky to give her first worldwide exclusive interview about the ups and downs of the past year and her immediate plans for the future.” The interview is set to air on July 16th.

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