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Kylie Minogue Voted Bigger Style Inspiration Than Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid

Looks like the battle of Kylie’s is in full swing.

When you think of modern day style icons, you might be likely to immediately think of one of the Kardashian’s or the current reigning models of the world, such as Kate Moss or Gigi Hadid.

A new survey by Tvguide.co.uk has found the famous women that have the most influence when it comes to what females wear and it turns out that the likes of Holly Willoughby and Kylie Minogue are some of the top style inspirations.

The top five celeb-spirational women were:

  1. Holly Willoughby, 23.75%
  2. Kate Middleton, 17.00%
  3. Meghan Markle, 11.45%
  4. Michelle Keegan, 9.90%
  5. Helen Mirren, 8.10%

 

Talking about why Willoughby took the top spot on the list, Chetan Damani, spokesman for Tvguide.co.uk, said:

With that in mind, those polled might have been drawn to Holly Willoughby’s universal appeal, infectious personality and classic sense of style – and would like to be seen in a similar light. Her sense of fashion is also really accessible – she wears the sorts of clothes you could readily go and buy online or from your local high street.

Further down the list, Victoria Beckham came in a respectable sixth place whilst Kylie Minogue placed 18th on the list with 3.45% of the votes. Most surprising is that Minogue beat out the likes of Kelly Brook, Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Amal Clooney, and even Kim Kardashian, showing she’s still got what it takes to impress.

Kylie’s impressive positioning comes at the perfect time as she releases her fourteenth studio album ‘Golden’ today. The album sees the pop star, who turns 50 next month, turn to a new “Dolly Parton on the Dancefloor” sound and features her latest singles ‘Dancing’ and ‘Stop Me From Falling’.

Go Kylie!

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