The 'All the Lovers' singer – who shot to fame after appearing in Australian TV serial drama 'Neighbours' for three years until 1989 – is currently considering offers to return to the big screen and doesn't believe her previous flop movies will stop her achieving cinematic success this time around.
Kylie – who has appeared in films including 'Street Fighter' and 'The Delinquents' – said: 'The mid-90s were a bad patch, but show me an actor who hasn't done a few bad jobs.
'I have a deep desire to challenge myself with that again. As a 'pop star,' I've created this world for myself, and it becomes very natural to stay inside of it, but I'd love to do some independent films.
'It's still very early, but I'm in the process of choosing between specific parts.'
Despite her worldwide success, the 'Wow' hitmaker insists she is still ambitious, but never likes to let people know what she wants to achieve next.
She added in an interview with BlackBook magazine: ''I have big ambitions, but I'm really quiet about it. What's that saying? 'Never let people know how much you know.''