The Aussie singer was recently pictured in ripped skinny jeans and ankle boots with fake tattoos covering her neck, back and arms.
Kylie Minogue has landed her first feature film role in almost a decade - as a tattoo-clad rock chick. The "Spinning Around" hitmaker shot to fame in Australian soap opera "Neighbors" in the 1980s before launching a hugely successful singing career.
In the 1990s, she made a handful of movie appearances, with roles in "The Delinquents and Street Fighter", followed up with a part as the Green Fairy in "Moulin Rouge!" in 2001. The singer has now landed a new movie role in "Jack and Diane", opposite Juno Temple, Jena Malone and Elvis Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough, and she jetted to New York this week to start filming her scenes.
Pictures show Minogue dressed in ripped skinny jeans, a cropped vest and ankle boots - and with her neck, back and arms covered in fake tattoos. The movie, which follows the story of two teenage girls in New York City, is due for release next year.