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Sunday 26 October 2014

Kylie: Loneliness my greatest fear

Kylie Minogue said she fears being lonely

Kylie Minogue has confessed that her greatest fear is being lonely.

The Aussie singer - who split from most recent beau Andres Velencoso last year - opened up in a Q&A with The Guardian.

Asked when she was happiest, Kylie said: "One of the times I was in love."

And asked her biggest fear, she replied: "Loneliness."

The Voice coach also revealed that "longing" made her unhappy and that "anxiety" kept her awake at night, and admitted she could also be indecisive.

Quizzed about the trait she most deplores in herself, the pop princess confessed: "When I become morose."

Kylie, 45, split from Andres in October.

The singer's other former flames include late INXS singer Michael Hutchence, model James Gooding and French actor Olivier Martinez, who is now with Hollywood star Halle Berry.

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