PETA is agitated against her:
PETA called Minogue cold-blooded for toting a python purse.As I tried to explain to Gabe, the python could have been thrifty use of roadkill, but he wasn't convinced. Anyway, the question shouldn't really be whether or not Kylie is cold-blooded, but whether or not she was stylish? Do you agree?
Anyway, I found this next thing to be a bit much, not so much stylish as decadent, and more disturbing than the python. Except for the back-bending part, which strikes me as fun:
KYLIE Minogue celebrated winning Best International Female Solo Artist Award at the Brits Awards by swigging a £35,000 ($74,700) Flawless cocktail given to her by another VIP clubber, the Daily Mail reported. The cocktail, a trademark of the exclusive London club Movida, is made from Louis XII cognac, half a bottle of Cristal Rose champagne, brown sugar, bitters and a few chips of 24-carat edible gold leaf. But the bottom of the glass contains the most expensive surprise –an 11-carat diamond ring.
Two security guards were assigned to follow the drink from preparation stage right up until the last drop.
A source told the Daily Mail, the buyer did not want to be named but said: “He’s known in the royal circles.”
The 39-year-old singer added fuel to the gossip fires by moving a ring she was wearing on her index finger to her wedding finger to accommodate the sparkly new accessory before dancing with her gal pals to her popular single WOW.
Clearly enjoying her themselves at the crowded after party, Kylie and Aussie singer Natalie Imbruglia held a back-bending competition to see who was the most flexible.
"It was a close call. But Kylie probably won. It was all just for fun really," a party guest told the Daily Mail.