Kylie Minogue puckers up for lesbian kiss with Elvis's grand-daughter Riley Keough in new film Jack & Diane
23:58 GMT, 25 July 2012
Since leaving Neighbours in the late 80s, Kylie Minogue's career has taken somewhat of a back seat.
But there's no chance of missing the Australian star's latest cinematic turn as she plays a lesbian in a new horror romance.
The 44-year-old star plays a tattooed character called Tara, who seems to be seducing teen Jack, played by Elvis Presley's grand-daughter Riley Keough.
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Sexy: Kylie Minogue's character Tara leans in for a kiss with Riley Keough's Jack in the trailer for Jack & Diane
Rough: Kylie has messy hair and lots of tattoos for her dodgy character Tara
With messy blonde waves, a red vest and tattoos all over her arms, Kylie is a far cry from the glossy pop princess we're used to seeing.
In her brief appearance in the film's trailer, Kylie walks over to a bruised Jack (Keough) and asks her: 'Why did you come here tonight'
Leaning in to kiss her, Jack replies: 'I don't know.'
Seductive: Kylie's character looks to be in control of the situation
Young love: The film also stars rising English actress Juno Temple as Diane
The film stars Keough and English actress Juno Temple, both 23, as New York-based teenagers Jack and Diane who fall in love.
Diane's innocent charm begins to open Jack's tough heart and the pair start to fall in love.
However, their burgeoning romance faces being derailed after Diane's English mother informs the pair that the blonde is moving to France, upsetting their plans to live together.
Derailed: The young couple face being separated by Diane's mother's plans to send her to France
At one point in the trailer, a dazed Jack ends up injured after she is knocked over by a taxi.
The film isn't set to be a straight-forward romance with Diane's newly-discovered sexual desire prompting her to have werewolf-like visions.
Kylie's previous film roles include The Delinquents, Street-Fighter and Bio-Dome.
However, Riley and Juno are both starring in current cinema hits – the former in Magic Mike and the latter in The Dark Knight Rises.
Jack & DIane, directed by Bradley Rust Grey, is due for release in the U.S. in November.
Tough girl: Jack pushes herself away from Diane when she realises they may have to split
Accident: Jack ends up getting knocked over by a New York cab