Kylie Minogue: 'It isn’t normal to still be here'
Star looks back at 25 years in the music biz
January 23 2012 5:35 PM EST
February 05 2015 9:27 PM EST
It's hard to believe, but this year marks icon Kylie Minogue's 25th making music. Sure, she's been famous in Australia since she was a kid, but a quarter of a decade has now officially passed since the pint-sized Aussie first belted her now-famous version of "The Locomotion," and became famous around the world--or at least where there are gay people.
In an interview with Daily Express, which we saw thanks to Gay.net, Minogue recently said, "I've been doing quite a bit of reminiscing which is not a usual thing for me to do... I've been looking back through a load of old photos and footage. It isn't normal to still be here and looking forward to great things I have planned for next year. I feel very, very fortunate."
We're looking forward to a lot more from Kylie in 2012--she's rumored to be planning a documentary, a TV special and even a book to mark her 25th anniversary. We can't wait to get our hands on Kylie's new material, until then check out a collection of Out's favorite Kylie photos--and a video looking back at her legendary career, below.