Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Songbird Kylie Minogue wows in cut out feathered dress at The Kid London premiere

By Daily Mail Reporter

She's never been one to shy away from a brave fashion choice, so it was no surprise to see Kylie Minogue arriving at The Kid premiere in London wearing a stunning feathered cut out dress.

The 42-year-old singer looked incredible in the daring black outfit, which she teamed with a pair of black and gold wedges, as she posed for photographers on the red carpet.

As well as showing her support for director Nick Moran for the film about an abused boy, Kylie attended the event in support of the NSPCC, a charity of which she is an ambassador.

Stunning in feathers: Kylie Minogue arrived at the premiere of The Kid at London's Leicester Square looking pretty in a feathered cut out dress

The singer, who described how lucky she felt to have had a happy childhood, said she was proud to be associated with the charity, adding: 'I have been one of their ambassadors - a very proud one - since 2003.

'The work they do is incredible, in comparison to some of the stories they deal with I feel like I fell from heaven with the childhood I had.

'I will give any help that I can to raise awareness - especially for the NSPCC helpline - that is just so important for people to know about.'

Transition: Actor Nick Moran directs the film, and arrived at the premiere with a pretty blonde companion

Dressed in black: Singer KT Tunstall (l) and former Emmerdale actress Adele Silva stuck to black

Kylie looked radiant at the premiere, showing no sign of any stress over taking medication for her breast cancer treatment.

Earlier this week, Kylie revealed she has often visited her doctors in tears because she doesn't want to take the drugs anymore, but her oncologist has insisted they are vital in her recovery.

And Kylie said she will continue on the drugs until next year, explaining: 'I will finish early next year and that will be amazing, but I’ve also heard that you can feel quite insecure when you first come off it because you have relied on this medication for so long. It’s going to be a big adjustment.'

Famous faces: Actress Jodie Whittaker stood out in a red dress while Tracey Emin (r) dressed down in jeans

Other stars who attended the premiere included director Nick Moran, singer KT Tunstall and artist Tracey Emin.

The Kid, which has a 15 certificate, is based on the book by Kevin Lewis about his childhood experiences of being bullied at school, and beaten and starved by his parents.

A NSPCC spokesman said: 'The NSPCC believes The Kid is a compelling, emotional and ultimately uplifting film that shows how a child with the right help can triumph over abuse, and go on to have a happy, fulfilled life.

'The charity hopes that every adult who watches the film understands how vital it is to speak up if they are worried about a child.'

Daring: Actress Alison Carroll arrived in an Elizabeth Hurley-style safety pin blue velvet dress

source: dailymail

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