Kylie Minogue refused to allow same-sex kisses to be censored from her All The Lovers music video.
Legendary director Joseph Kahn, who worked with Kylie on the clip back in 2010, revealed on Twitter that censors in an unnamed country had asked the pop princess to remove the gay kissing – and of course she said no.
Kahn also praised her for keeping quiet about the incident instead of looking for praise, explaining: “A country asked us to cut the gay kissing from [All The Lovers]. Kylie Minogue said no. No press release. She is amazing.”
A country asked us to cut the gay kissing from ATL. @kylieminogue said no. No press release. She is amazing.https://t.co/0JkJLCR8q9
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) March 31, 2017
The music video for All The Lovers includes a diverse cast of models in their underwear lifting the Aussie pop star into the air while making out with anyone and everyone they can.
True to her gay icon status, the clip also features some same-sex couples sharing the love.
If the name Joseph Kahn sounds familiar to you, that might be because he’s helmed some of pop music’s most memorable videos, including Britney Spears’ Toxic, George Michael’s Freeek!, and Lady Gaga’s Love Game.
Revisit the iconic Kylie video below.