Kylie Minogue Offered a Role on U.K. Version of ‘The Voice’
Aussie pop legend Kylie Minogue may soon be able to add another line to her stellar resume: Judge.
No, the 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' singer won't wield a gavel, but she's in talks to have plenty of influence. The Daily Star reports that Minogue was offered £1 million (about $1.6 million) to be a judge and mentor on the U.K. version of 'The Voice.'
A source told the Sun that negotiations are taking place, but that they "won't break the bank for anyone."
A spot on 'The Voice' would be the perfect combination of Minogue's musical and television prowess. Before Minogue was a dance sensation, she starred in Australian soap opera 'Neighbours.' 'The Voice' is scheduled to premiere in the U.K. in spring 2012. In the meantime, maybe she'll get tips from her sister, former 'X-Factor' judge Dannii Minogue.
If the deal goes through, Minogue will join Brit Jessie J on the judges panel. Other rumored mentors include will.i.am, Lenny Kravitz and 'X-Factor' judge and Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole -- which would possibly make this the most stylish panel of judges TV has ever seen.