Kylie Minogue is encouraging her fans to "move on" from the notion that she is "unlucky" in love.
The 55-year-old pop superstar has never been married and ended her relationship with Paul Solomons in February after five years of dating.
While Kylie would prefer her fans to not dwell on her love life, she understands that there is a natural desire for "gossip" and intrigue among her followers. This perspective allows her to embrace her own journey and focus on what makes her happy.
"There's a level of acceptance that that's the way it is, and I think mostly it's driven by, we all love a bit of gossip. It's kind of like, what would've happened over the fence forever ago." "But it would be great to move on from the 'she's lucky in love, she's unlucky in love', because it's just not that simple," she told Vogue Australia, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Kylie Minogue, the iconic "Spinning Around" singer, famously dated her 'Neighbours' co-star Jason Donovan in the 1980s, with whom she even had an on-screen wedding in one of the soap's most memorable moments. Kylie has acknowledged that the public's perceived fascination with her love life may be rooted in the enduring popularity of her fictional character from 'Neighbours,' which has contributed to the ongoing interest in her personal relationships. This unique connection between her real and fictional lives has kept her love life in the spotlight over the years.
She added, "I wonder if a lot of that started with the fact that I was Scott and Charlene or Kylie and Jason. It seems slightly disproportionate to me, where [public interest] is disproportionate to the other stuff that you do."
Following her relationship with Jason Donovan, Kylie Minogue has had a series of high-profile relationships, including dating the late INXS rocker Michael Hutchence. She has also been romantically involved with Stephane Sednaoui, Olivier Martinez, and James Gooding. In addition, she called off her engagement to Joshua Sasse in 2017. These relationships have been the subject of significant media attention and public interest over the years.
She noted that her fans intentions are usually "well-meant" but insisted that she is "happy" being single right now. She said, "When it's good, it's well-meant, good intentions. But I'm happy where I am - I just will state that!"
(With Agency Inputs)