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Kylie Minogue promises to keep bum in spotlight
Kylie Minogue has promised to keep showing off her famous butt.

The 42-year-old singer insists she has no intention of hiding her petite rear – which was first made famous by a pair of gold hotpants in her 'Spinning Around' video - as she gets older.

Kylie – who is seen in tiny black pants in the promo for new single 'All the Lovers' – said: 'I won't be covering up my bum as I get older. Every time I put on a pair of hotpants I think, 'This is the last time.' But it's not. It makes me laugh that my bum has become such an obsession!'

The Australian pop star also revealed she has a little help to make sure her bottom always looks its best in videos.

She confessed: 'When it came to the video and I knew I was going to be in tiny hotpants again, I was like, 'Cover my legs and bum with body make-up.' It's definitely the way forward and my secret to having a great bottom.'

The Australian pop star intends to keep on touring for years like her idol Madonna – who is still flashing the flesh on stage at 51 – but admits she doesn't have the same commitment to fitness as the 'Hung Up' singer.

Kylie – whose new album 'Aphrodite' is released on July 13 - added: 'I'm going to still tour when I'm Madonna's age then I'll probably have to start doing some serious working out to keep in shape. I certainly don't work out like Madonna, that's hardcore! In fact I don't really work out at all.'
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