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Gen Z doesn’t know who this huge star is and people can’t deal
Andy Cohen quizzed the impossibly tall Aussie actor Jacob Elordi about her on his podcast, Radio Andy.“Do young straight Australians care about Kylie Minogue?” Cohen asked.“She’s a national treasure, period,” Elordi said.The 15-second clip has launched a debate online, proving the generational divide in Australia is strong.Yes, Elordi gave Minogue the respect she deserved, but the comment section on the clip is a bloodbath of young Aussies claiming they have no idea who our princess of pop is.Next thing you know, the youngest generation will be claiming they don’t know the lyrics to The Veronica’s Untouched.“Young straight Australians don’t know anything about Kylie Minogue,” someone claimed in a very bold move.Jacob Elordi declares @kylieminogue a National Treasure™️!Another said they’d heard of her but couldn’t name a single song. Not one single song? What about All The Lovers or Can’t Get You Out Of My Head?Another young person claimed they’d never even heard a whisper of the pop princess.“Who? Genuinely never heard of this person or anything about them,” they claimed.Even more upsettingly, the young people admitting they do know who she is, claim it is thanks to their Mum and not Spotify.“As a young Australian, I had no clue who Kylie Minogue was until my mum told me,” one wrote.“My mum likes her,” another shared.While someone else said, you had to be a “certain age” to understand the power of Kylie Minogue.Minogue, of course, is an Australian icon; she’s released banger after banger after banger.

Andrew Joseph Cohen (born June 2, 1968) is an American radio and television talk show host, producer, and writer. He is the host and executive producer of the Bravo's late night talk show, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

Cohen also has a pop culture channel on SiriusXM Radio named Radio Andy. He hosts a two-hour live show with co-host John Hill twice a week.

Cohen served as Bravo's Executive Vice President of Development and Talent until 2013. He was responsible for creating original content, developing innovative formats, and identifying new talent.