Kylie Minogue fans have defended the star after her appearance on The Graham Norton Show distracted the majority.
The pop icon, 55, appeared on the first episode of the new series of the hit BBC chat show on September 29 and was on the show to promote her new album Tension.
While she appeared on the sofa alongside other guests including Stephen Graham, David Mitchell and Mawaan Rizwan, fans couldn’t help but comment on her questionable hairstyle.
Social media roared with opinions about Kylie Minogue on The Graham Norton Show
One user on Twitter complimented Kylie: “Totally love Kylie but I am wondering about the hair. She looks real and unbotoxed which is great tho xx.”
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While another pointed out that maybe BBC’s hairstylist hates Kylie. They wrote: “The BBC hairdresser hates Kylie, don’t they? Sat her next to a humidifier for a few hours I’m guessing?”
The BBC hairdresser hates Kylie, don’t they? Sat her next to a humidifier for a few hours I’m guessing?
A third added: “#grahamnortonshow love Kylie but what has her makeup/hair stylists done tonight!! Can’t work it out.”
“#TheGNShow What’s with Kylie’s hair? Did she come on a motorbike?” another said.
Others came to her defence
Kylie’s fans rushed to defend her, however.
One said: “Kylie looks amazing wtf is the matter with people?!” and another agreed: “Kylie Minogue simply isn’t wearing any make-up, proving that she still looks great for 55 without any help.”
“Before you talk about Kylie Minogue also consider she’s 55. She looks so fabulous get that. Despite her hair probably being soaked in the rain, hairdressers thought it was best,”
Kylie also got candid on the show and spoke about what she would say to her younger self. She said: “I get quite emotional when I think about letting her know that she is not alone and what she is thinking is OK because it’s not all ‘water off a duck’s back’.”
“I did sometimes end up in dark places, but I turned to my family,” added the singer, who battled breast cancer in 2005.
She concluded and said: “I don’t know how different it would be if it was today with social media – it is very hard to shut yourself off from voices, critics, and your own thoughts.”
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