Kylie Minogue shows off her slender figure in a crisp corset-style dress with bejeweled bra at Elvis’ premiere at Cannes Film Festival

Kylie Minogue showed off her slim figure as she stepped out to the premiere of Elvis at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.

The singer, 53, slipped into a steep corset-style dress structured with bone piping and complete with a bejeweled bra.

She turned around and gave a glimpse of her toned legs in the elegant number that had a dramatic thigh high split at the back.

Jaw-dropping: Kylie Minogue, 53, showed off her slender figure in a crisp corset-style dress with a bejeweled bra at Elvis’ premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday

Kylie reinforces her small frame with a pair of black high heels that are fastened around her ankles with thin straps.

She added an enormous silver choker with green diamonds for an extra dose of glamor, and wore her gold locks in soft waves.

To complete her look, Kylie added a striking whip of black eyeliner and a slick matte pink lipstick.

Brilliant: Kylie reinforces her small frame with a pair of black high heels that are fastened around her ankles with thin straps

Brilliant: Kylie reinforces her small frame with a pair of black high heels that are fastened around her ankles with thin straps

Beautiful: she turned around and gave a smile to her tongue legs in the elegant number that had a dramatic thigh-high split at the back

Incredible: Kylie wore her golden locks in soft waves

Beautiful: she turned around and gave a smile to her tongue legs in the elegant number that had a dramatic thigh-high split at the back

Glittering: She added an enormous silver choker with green diamonds for an extra dose of glamor

Glittering: She added an enormous silver choker with green diamonds for an extra dose of glamor

There’s a lot of excitement surrounding Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic from Australia, who hopes to recreate the buzz he generated when he brought the can to Cannes with Moulin Rouge! 20 years ago.

The film describes Elvis’ life and career from his early days as a child growing up in Mississippi until his rise as a rock and roll icon and movie star, along with his complex relationship with his manager.

Baz served as director and co-screenwriter of the film, along with Sam Bromell, Craig Pearce and Jeremy Donner, of a story he co-wrote with Jeremy.

Glowing: To complete her look, Kylie added a striking whip to black eyeliner and a slush of pink lipstick.

Glowing: To complete her look, Kylie added a striking whip to black eyeliner and a slush of pink lipstick.

Event: There's a lot of excitement surrounding Baz Luhrmann's Elvis Presley biopic from Australia hoping to recreate the buzz he's generating with Moulin Rouge

Event: There’s a lot of excitement surrounding Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic from Australia hoping to recreate the buzz he’s generating with Moulin Rouge

The musical drama stars Austin and Tom Hanks, who play his infamous manager Colonel Tom Parker.

Elvis – who has sold more than 1B records – received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2018 and he has been inducted into multiple music halls of fame.

Elvis died at age 42 of heart disease in 1977 from a toxic reaction to codeine.

Austin recently noted that he ‘lost contact’ with his own personality while playing the eponymous character.

He told GQ Magazine: ‘You can lose touch with who you really are, and I absolutely had that when I was done with Elvis – not knowing who I was.’

Star: Watching from the Wings is Colonel Tom Parker - played by Tom Hanks - with whom Elvis signed a contract in January 1955 and he went on to manage it for more than two decades.

Star: Watching from the Wings is Colonel Tom Parker – played by Tom Hanks – with whom Elvis signed a contract in January 1955 and he went on to manage it for more than two decades.

The King: Austin (pictured) looked strikingly different when he turned into rock singer Elvis Presley

Legend: Elvis was pictured on stage in 1968

The King: Austin (left) looked strikingly different when he turned into rock singer Elvis Presley (right)

In addition to the mental impact of playing Elvis, Austin also revealed that he lay in bed for a week after falling ill one day after the movie closed in March 2021.

Austin said he was diagnosed with a virus that simulates appendicitis and said it was when his body shut down immediately after filming.

He said: ‘I woke up at four in the morning with severe pain, and I was taken to the hospital.’

Much expected: Warner Bros. unveiled Monday.  Pictures the second trailer for Elvis - which hits theaters on June 24th

Much expected: Warner Bros. unveiled Monday. Pictures the second trailer for Elvis – which hits theaters on June 24th

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