Kylie Minogue to have 'long-distance relationship' with Paul Solomons after she moves to Australia

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Kylie Minogue intends to make a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend Paul Solomons work after she relocates to her native Australia.

The Australian pop star confirmed reports that she's moving back home after 30 years in the U.K. on Wednesday, and during an appearance on Sydney's The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Thursday, she admitted that they won't be moving to Melbourne together but will continue their relationship despite magazine executive Paul remaining in London.

When radio host Kyle Sandilands asked if she plans to "keep the boyfriend" when she moves home, she immediately replied, "Oh, yeah!"

The 53-year-old added that they've experienced long-distance before when she's been on tour and Paul has often "swooped into the rescue" to meet her wherever she is when she's feeling down.

"I think it'll work like that," she said. "Who knows? We're making it up (as we go). We don't know what the future holds."

The Can't Get You Out of My Head star, who has been dating Paul since 2018, confirmed the move on BBC Radio 2's The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Wednesday. She admitted she "couldn't believe" the reaction to the news and insisted she'll "always" regularly visit the U.K.

"I've had friends call me, my friend at my local restaurant was like: 'Kylie, what do you mean? You can't go,'" she shared. "I said: 'I'm not really going. I've lived here for 30 years, I'm always going to be back.' I can't not be here, are you kidding?

"I have spent a lot of time with my family this year in Australia and it felt really good and I have been talking about that for a while. Don't worry, I will not be a stranger."

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