Lenny Kravitz tells The Mirror the attention granted to Kylie Minogue’s rear end is much deserved. Lenny proclaimed, “She has the best ass in Britain … and I can attest to that!”
Fewer Fans To See Latest Kylie Minogue Tour In Australia
June 16, 2002 – While over 200,000 Australian fans got to see Kylie Minogue on her last tour of the country, so far only 25,000 will be able to see two shows she’s scheduled in Sydney and Melbourne in August. The ticket prices have ramped up from $65 to $139 for the priciest tickets, but Kylie won’t come out in the black, according to Minogue’s manager Terry Blamey. “Our show cost over $2.5 million to set up and will cost us over $7.5 million to stage in Australia,” he said. “These are actual costs, not artists’ fees.” Read more.
Kylie Minogue Tells Aussie Fans Get Ready Here I Come
June 16, 2002 – Kylie Minogue posted a diary update on her official site on Thursday thanking her Australian fans and promising them she’ll be back home soon. Kylie writes, “Thanks for another hit single in Australia! I’m currently in Rotterdam, heading back to Germany tomorrow for our final show there. After that, as you probably know, only Paris and Milan to bring us to the end of this leg of the tour. Soon we’ll be ‘Down Under’ and back home! Tickets will be limited in Australia so make sure you’re ready when the shows go on sale. I know all of my team are very excited about going to Oz. Many of them were there last year (and loved it), but a number have never been there before. Needless to say I am assuring them that they will LOVE it. I have a ‘Christmas project’ that Willie and I are working on. I can’t give you details yet, but will do as soon as it is in place.” The project is reportedly a duet with fellow Aussie Nicole Kidman.
Sophie Ellis Bextor Says She Didn’t Turn Down Kylie Minogue Hit
June 16, 2002 – The Sunday People reports Sophie Ellis-Bextor has denied reports that she turned down Kylie Minogue’s mega-hit ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.’ Sophie insisted, “It was offered to Hear’Say. They turned it down because they did not think it was their type of song.”