TV presenter Lorraine Kelly revealed a strange phobia of coat hangers that she shares with 55 year old Aussie singer Kylie Minogue.
During Thursday morning's episode of Lorraine, 28 September, the TV presenter revealed Kylie had brought out a new range of coat hangers, despite suffering from the phobia known as kremastraphobia.
The Can’t Get You Out Of My Head star's stunning new range of branded wooden coat hangers feature the singer's name written across the top and are available for £25 for a set of three at Kylie's official online store.
After informing viewers of Kylie's unusual phobia, Lorraine candidly revealed: "I have to agree with her, no wire hangers ever, me and Kylie are there!"
Kylie first discussed the phobia when she was talking about her wardrobe in an interview with ELLE over a decade ago.
In 2010, Kylie said: “It’s a room in my home where everything is laid out — and it never looks like other people’s wardrobes do in magazine shoots. The problem is I hate putting things on hangers.
“I have a hanger phobia — I don’t like the way they sound when you put them in the wardrobe.”
Kylie's new business venture follows after she ended her five-year relationship with former GQ creative director Paul Solomons earlier this year.
The singer had been in a long-distance relationship with Paul since moving to Melbourne in 2021 but the distance seems to have taken its toll.
The break-up comes after a string of high-profile relationships for Kylie, including her first love Jason Donovan, a doomed affair with the late INXS singer Michael Hutchence, a rekindled romance with French actor Olivier Martinez and a fleeting engagement to Brit actor Joshua Sasse.
Although Kylie has been a household name since the 90s, her career is showing no signs of slowing down as she recently graced the cover of Rolling Stone UK for their September 2023 issue.
Championed by the magazine as “the beating heart of pop”, Kylie donned fiery red hair, blue eyeliner and a black fluffy jacket.
Kylie has also announced that she will be taking part in her first Las Vegas residency, following in the footsteps of Adele and Celine Dion.
The Australian singer will be the first headliner for nightclub Voltaire, a new venue at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, with performances due to begin on 3 November.
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