Kylie has opened up to Gaydar radio about her gay fans and next album in an interview recorded before the first UK concert of her Aphrodite World Tour.
During the chat, the pop legend talked about her connection with the gay community and the comfort they give her.
“I just have to look out at the audience at my shows to see there are a lot of gay fans out there and in a strange way I feel like I’m home, I’m so in the bosom and it’s very comforting and it’s very exciting.”
“It doesn’t make me lazy because it’s comfortable, because a gay audience can be very opinionated as well,” she continued.
“They still want the quality and they, along with the rest of my audience, help me to try and deliver that.”
The enduring icon went as far as describing her relationship with the gay community as a marriage.
“My gay audience helped me way back when times weren’t the easiest for me by showing me so much support – it was like having an army behind me and I think that’s where the marriage happened and it’s been a love affair ever since.”
As for her next album, Kylie is thinking about switching things up.
“I don’t know if I would rush into doing another pop album.”
“I’m playing with a few other ideas of something else to do, which is inspired by some of the promotion we did for Aphrodite,” she explained.
“I did live lounge performances and acoustic performances – different interpretations of my songs and other songs.”
“There was such a great response to that, so I might do something along those lines.”
Listen to the full interview below.
Kylie’s Aphrodite tour hits Australia in June. Tickets are still available.
Via Pop In Stereo.