These foreign born singers/actresses are family, but it doesn’t mean the younger one can’t feel stabbed in the back by the older one who said the younger one wanted to take a break when she really didn’t.
The older one wanted the spotlight all to herself.
Dannii Minogue (48)
Kylie Minogue (51)
‘People were saying she’s perfect and I’m not’: Dannii Minogue reveals the personal toll of being constantly compared to her sister Kylie – as she dismisses rumours of a rivalry
She’s long been compared to her famous sister, after they both became prominent figures in the entertainment industry.
But Dannii Minogue hit out at the constant rumours she has a ‘rivalry’ with older sibling Kylie on Wednesday, describing them as baseless and ‘really annoying’.
Speaking on Anh’s Brush with Fame, the 47-year-old said that if it wasn’t for her ‘feisty character’, the comparisons would have negatively affected her mental health
While having her portrait painted by Anh Do on the ABC series, Dannii vented her frustration when asked how she feels about always being compared to Kylie.
‘It’s so annoying. It’s really annoying. We’re a tight family and we support each other,’ she said.
‘I remember there was a lot of stuff written about my weight and comparing my size and physique to my sister.’ – Source
Dannii Minogue reveals reason she had to ‘bow out’ of show businesses
Singer Dannii Minogue has said she had to “bow out” of the world of show business because it was “really crushing” her.
The Australian performer, 48, spent four years as a judge on the X Factor alongside Simon Cowell, before returning to Melbourne in 2011 to judge the Australian version of the show.
Minogue, the younger sister of fellow pop star Kylie, said she had suffered “anxiety, depression, stress” at the height of her career.
She has previously spoken about how she used Botox as a “subconscious” way to cover her inner feelings during difficult times.
She told Radiotimes.com: “It really got to a point where I was just happy to bow out, and not be part of entertainment any more, because it was really crushing me and I felt it was just too much.
“I had to try and get back to try and focus on who I really am, so I’m glad that it evolved and that it turned around and I was able to come back and still do my job, because it’s not in my personality to walk away and give up on something.
“But I do think there’s also a time where you put your hands up and say ‘this is too much’ – anxiety, depression, stress – everyone has to put their hands up when it really is too much for them.” – Source