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20:41 | 25th September 2017

Entertainment News: News

Mon 7 Mar, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


The reason that gets me is, and the greatest part of my job and what I do, is the humanity of it and there’s certain moments where that really cuts through

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Kylie Minogue has opened up about her troubling years fighting breast cancer in a heart-wrenching interview on the Australian Seven network over the weekend.

During the interview the pint-sized pop princess was forced to leave the interview in floods of tears when reporter Molly Meldrum said: “A lot of girls have gone and had tests because of you.”

The locomotion singer later returned to the interview after composing herself, stating: “The reason that gets me is, and the greatest part of my job and what I do, is the humanity of it and there’s certain moments where that really cuts through.”

In an emotional rollercoaster of press events the star also broke down when asked about the time she spent visiting a children’s ward.

“I was talking to some parents across a bed and their child was there. I was saying the things that I would normally say in that situation, just making conversation, giving them some support, and then they caught me off guard.



“They just eyeballed me and said, ‘How are you, and we hope you get through it’ and it’s like…”

The star was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2005 and was given the all clear in February 2006.

The former neighbours actress has long had a large gay following and this weekend she gave a message to all party revelers at the world famous LGBT Mardi Gras festival in Sydney.

 

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