Kylie Minogue's new love interest: Who is Joshua Sasse?

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Kylie Minogue has sparked speculation that she has a new boyfriend after being spotted walking around London hand in hand with actor Joshua Sasse. The pair met on the set of Joshua's show Galavant, in which Kylie is set to guest star.

The I Should Be So Lucky singer recently shared a photo of herself in costume standing with Joshua and his co-star Timothy Omundson on Instagram, writing: "Thanks Tim, @joshuasasse & Galavant team! So much fun!!"

Joshua is 20-years younger than Kylie and grew up in London before training at Exeter based drama school, Cygnet Training Theatre. The handsome actor has starred in TV shows The Neighbors and Rogue, before landing his role as Galavant in the new comedy programme in 2015.

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Judging by his Instagram feed, Joshua is a big fan of fitness and fashion, and recently sat front row at New York Fashion Week alongside Christian Slater and Tyson Beckford.

The British actor also often shares photos of his beloved pet dogs, recently telling followers: "I don't go anywhere without my fellas."

While he hasn't posted any photos with his rumoured new love interest, Joshua has revealed that he has been spending four hours a day training in the gym recently in order to get ready for season two of the show, "ready for our wonderful fans and all the fantastic guest stars we have joining us!"

Kylie has mostly been single since her split from Andres Velencoso in 2013. She has previously dated Jason Donovan, Michael Hutchence and Olivier Martinez, who has since married actress Halle Berry.

The 47-year-old opened up about her relationships earlier in the year, telling Event magazine that she was ready to meet someone new.

"I'm putting it out there. I would like to find someone. I'm a romantic. I'm not conventional," she said. "I don't think even as a kid I dreamed of a wedding day or a wedding dress but I do like being in love.

"I don't see myself as unlucky in love as I've had a lot of really great relationships – and I don't have any regrets."

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