Corrie's Cotton says Kylie looked fab at 50th bash

Sergio Cunningham
June 1, 2018

Coronation Street star Antony Cotton has said Kylie Minogue looked "fantastic" as she celebrated her 50th birthday at a star-studded bash.

Minogue took her followers down memory lane by marking her biggest years leading up to her 50th birthday.

Your festive day, Kylie made a "Golden" party at the Chiltern Firehouse restaurant in London.

Among the stars pictured arriving for the bash on Sunday night were chatshow hosts Graham Norton and Alan Carr and singers Chrissie Hynde, Mel C and James Blunt as well as Kylie's famous ex and former Neighbours co-star Jason Donovon.

She captioned the post "birthday girl" as she kept the details of the man under wraps.

She posted images of herself as a child, as well as some of her album covers and a picture of her on the front of Rolling Stone. "Moments from another packed decade!"

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Kylie, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2005, wrote a touching caption in which she asked fans to donate to United Kingdom charity Breast Cancer Care if they wanted to honour her birthday with a gift.

Her early hits flew off the shelves, and Kylie even returned to acting (as she does occasionally in her career) with her first movie The Delinquents in 1989.

"Stay tuned as we lead up to May 28th!"

But things didn't go to plan and she began to pursue a career in music, recording demo tapes and singing on Aussie telly, after being sacked from kids' TV show The Henderson Kids. "Started acting and released my first record", she said. Martinez, who was married to Halle Berry between 2013 and 2016, had helped the singer through her battle with breast cancer.

On Saturday, she wrote: "This decade also bought the challenge of breast cancer".

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