Jason Donovan is “used” to scrutinizing his relationship with Kylie Minogue.
The two were in a relationship in the late 1980s after meeting on the Australian soap “Neighbors” and a duet on the hit single “Especially for You,” and Jason admits the duo pretends to be apart has become a “brand” for over three decades.
When asked if he thinks it’s funny that people are still obsessed with their relationship, Jason said, “Well, I’ve gotten used to it. It’s kind of a brand.”
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Jason has been married to Angela Malloch since 2008 but believes their relationship is “solid” enough to handle the fascination for herself and Kylie.
He told The Guardian, “I think she would be a little frustrated at first, but she would be a little frustrated, but she is such a strong woman and our relationship is so solid that she surpasses this moment. with respect, journalists are mostly obsessed with it. “
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Jason continued, “And fans, I agree, are part of that nostalgia. It’s something I’m not obsessed with, but I understand people want to hear about it.”
The 53-year-old star also recalled hoping to take on a more edgy image in the style of late INXS frontman Michael Hutchence early in his career – which Kylie left him for.
Recalling his role on the stage musical ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’, Jason said, “I looked at the Palladium in a multi-colored coat and a loincloth and said, ‘What am I doing?’
“In retrospect, what I thought wasn’t cool at the time was so damn cool. But it takes a generation. “
Jason, who had a drug problem in the 1990s, said, “I looked at someone like Michael and said, ‘I wish I was you.’ In retrospect, it doesn’t matter, but the child in me had to crash the car to see what I want and what I don’t want. “
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