CANNES, FRANCE (AP) - Kylie Minogue dazzled in Dolce & Gabbana gold on the Cannes red carpet.
There was one problem _ she didn't have any pockets.
The Australian singer attended the world premiere of "Holy Motors" Wednesday _ a surreal movie that sees her return to acting.
Minogue walked up the famous Palais steps in a glittering floor length metallic gown.
The former soap star loved the experience, but missed being able to contact her friends and family.
Minogue says: "I would have liked to have had my phone last night, straight afterwards, so I could call home, call my boyfriend and say, `oh my God, that was amazing' _ but no, I didn't have my phone."
In "Holy Motors," which is directed by Leos Carax, Minogue plays an old flame of the central character.
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