Kylie Minogue rewatched her Glastonbury performance with a glass of Kylie rosé and it’s the definition of iconic
Kylie Minogue rewatched her incredible Glastonbury performance from last year while drinking a glass of her own Kylie rosé, and it is the definition of iconic.
The “Dancing” singer delivered a stunning performance in Glastonbury’s ‘legends slot’ last year, and turned queer people everywhere into blubbering messes in the process.
And it turns out we’re not the only ones who loved it – the legend herself enjoyed it so much that she sat back with a glass of her personal rosé and rewatched it.
The 52-year-old watched the performance back with her boyfriend Paul Solomons, she told Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2 yesterday (23 July).
Kylie Minogue ‘got teary’ while rewatching her Glastonbury performance and drinking rosé.
“I did do a bit of an Adele with my boyfriend and we had our Glasto t-shirts on,” she said.
“I had the nerves leading up to it, not as much as on the day, but we had rosé on the go and it was so nice watching it again.”
The hitmaker “got teary in the middle” of the performance and felt like it was over “too soon”.
Most people might know Kylie Minogue for her countless, age-defying pop songs released over the course of more than 30 years – but some will know her as – checks notes – a maker of fine wines.
I had the nerves leading up to it, not as much as on the day, but we had rosé on the go and it was so nice watching it again.
She has followed in the footsteps of other gay icons like Graham Norton by releasing her own brand of wine.
Kylie has been busy this week promoting her new single “Say Something”, which will also appear on her upcoming fifteenth studio album Disco, but before that, she was busy rolling out her new wine.
And she apparently drinks it at home too, which is a sure sign that it must be good.
Kylie’s new album Disco will be released in November.
Kylie released “Say Something” yesterday (July 23) and confirmed details of her new album earlier this week.
Much of the album was recorded from home due to COVID-19 lockdown.
Speaking to PA earlier this year, she said: “It’s been a steep learning curve for all the team as there are technical obstacles to navigate but I’m so thankful to be able to continue work on my album in this way.
“I’ve been riding the emotional wave along with the rest of the world, but creativity has to be a bit help,” she said.
She previously told GQ that the new album will be drenched in “grown-up disco”.
“It’s difficult for me to explain,” she said, “but even grown-ups need some pure pop fun.”
She added: “There’s a lot of early 2000s love around at the moment.
“Both feel like good times for me, so I’m channelling that into this record.
“The songs that are pure escapism have even stronger purpose.”