National treasure and pop icon Kylie Minogue has shared some not-so-great thoughts regarding her record-breaking 2019 Glastonbury performance.
In an interview with GQ Magazine, Minogue spoke about how she is a perfectionist and that the way she thought about the performance while watching it back didn’t coincide with how everyone else felt about it.
“My reaction was so at odds with the response and the reception it got,” she said.
“I hadn’t done it as well as I wanted. I’ve always been so hypercritical. Was this supposed to be the pinnacle of my career? It’s not good enough. I’m better than that.”
She later said that she is okay now, and it’s all out of her system.
“I mean, I am fine now. Sort of. I guess I had to go through that, watch it, look at it objectively and get that out of my system. It just wasn’t perfection in my eyes.”
“I have to learn to let it live, as it was for everyone else.”
According to Huffington Post, the performance was Glastonbury’s most-watched performance of all time on television, with 3.2 million people tuning in to watch it.
Watch Kylie perform ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’ with Nick Cave at Glastonbury below.