Kylie Minogue Happy With The Icon Honor

For burning through forty magnificent and exciting years in the music business, the ‘Padam Padam’ singer was honored with the Icon Award at the 2024 Billboard Women in Music Awards that took place on Wednesday (March 6).

Kylie Minogue walked up stage for the award in a beautiful black dress with shimmering shoulder lashes that matched the crystal trophy in her grasp. And in her speech, she offered appreciation to the ceremony’s unusual but most welcome idea of women celebrating women.

“I love being in this room, and it’s ridiculous to say, but I’ve never been in a room like this — a pure and vital celebration of women in music, and I’ve been one for 37 years. So it is especially nice to be here and so wonderful to be in your company,” she said.

Minogue, who is currently luxuriating in the success of her most recent raving hit ‘Padam Padam’ maintained the focal point of her acknowledgment speech on her well established successful career in the recording business.

“On one hand, it seems completely surreal. Like, ‘Is this really happening? How did I get here?’ and then on the other hand, simultaneously, I know the steps I took to get here physically and mentally,” she said, before continuing, “Navigating the highs, the lows, and then trying to never lose sight of the in-between, the terra firma. I know there’s luck, fate, a calling, and help — a lot of help from a lot of people over a very long time in my case.”

Speaking of the lows at the end of her speech, Minogue added,

“Shout-out to all the times that were not peak moments. They were no fun. But those challenges, the lows, the stuff we’ve gotta get through sometimes, I wanted to give a big shout-out to terrible times. Thank you for teaching us. They were horrendous at the moment, but they happen and it’s how we navigate them and what we do with them.”

“I’m not looking forward to the next one [the terrible time], but it will come [anyway],” she added.

In a conversation with People Magazine at the 2024 Billboard Women in Music Awards, the 55-year-old Australian singer had only one piece of advice for women across the globe: “There’s one of you.”

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