Kylie: even a global icon enjoys a shoey

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Kylie Minogue has won her fourth BRIT Award, crowned a Global Icon. The Aussie singer enjoyed a shoey in celebration. She also performed a medley of her hits to close the show.

Kylie has a shoey

Presenter Roman Kemp challenged the singer to partake in an Australian cultural tradition during the show.

“It would be amiss of me to not go with an Aussie tradition of a shoey, so will Kylie Minogue do a shoey with me at the Brits?”

She did.

@sbsnews_au Watch the moment Kylie Minogue does a ‘shoey’ at the Brit Awards. The Australian singer received the Brits’ global icon award, and marked the occasion by drinking beer out of her stiletto. Read more @sbsnews_au (link in bio) #kylieminogue #brits ♬ original sound – SBS News

Padam Padam anyone?

That entrance paid tribute to Kylie’s iconic 2002 BRIT Award performance

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Global Icon Award

Accepting the Global Icon Award, Kylie thanked everyone who was part of her journey.

“There’s a part of me that’s still the 14-year-old girl dreaming in her room of making music and being in this industry.

“Here I am with this and everything’s possible, so thank you to each and every person who has been a part of my journey.”

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