Kylie Minogue has opened up about her wedding plans, admitting she won't be taking style inspiration from her former Neighbours character Charlene when it comes to choosing a wedding dress. However the singer, who is engaged to actor Joshua Sasse, said she did like one part of the character's bridal look.
"I don't think I'll be taking inspiration from Charlene's wedding dress," Kylie said during an interview on Tuesday's This Morning. "It was very of the time and we all have a big laugh about it now."
As for what she did like about the ensemble? The flowers. "The Gypsophilia, in Australia, we say the Gyp, I don't mind that in a weird way. If it was done properly, maybe that."
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Kylie Minogue confessed she won't be taking inspiration from her Neighbours' character's wedding dress
Kylie got engaged to 29-year-old actor Joshua in February 2016, and recently confirmed that she will be taking on her fiancé's name when they tie the knot. The singer revealed her plans in a new interview with You magazine. "Sasse is great name," she said. "Kylie Sasse is a great name. It's a great stage name. Kylie Minogue has never exactly tripped off the tongue.
"I'll definitely be taking Sasse but there will be Minogue in there somewhere. Taking a different name makes a statement."
The Australian star then opened up about her fiancé's "perfect" choice of engagement ring.
Kylie is engaged to British actor Joshua Sasse
"For me, it's perfect," she said. "I'm not the sort of girl who would wear a solitaire. He got exactly the right ring for me. I love it. I love wearing it and what it represents."
Kylie and Joshua have previously confirmed that they will not tie the knot until same-sex couples in Australia are able to marry.
Speaking to Australia's Sunrise last year, Joshua said: "There are chances of a Melbourne wedding but me and Kylie have talked about it and we are not comfortable getting married until this law has passed.
"That is something that we have talked about and decided on. Why should we? Why is it fair? Why are we more important than anyone else? It's not right and something's got to be done about it."