Kylie Minogue has written a children's book called The Showgirl Princess.
Press Packer Yasmeen got an exclusive interview with her when she was at her book signing event in London.
"I couldn't believe it when I was told I was going to interview Kylie Minogue.
I woke up and got ready to venture down to Oxford Street in London.
I was extremely nervous.
It didn't help that on my way to the station it was raining and I got soaked!
On the train I was again very nervous but my mum said that it would be OK and that I would have a good time.
When we arrived at the book shop, there was already a queue of children waiting outside.
Some had really dressed up, wearing fairy dresses or glittery clothes.
It was a great atmosphere, there were performers to keep the crowd entertained, including a woman riding a unicycle!
We made our way inside, collected our wristbands and went to the area where I was going to interview her.
The atmosphere inside was busy and exciting.
They were playing Kylie's songs to get everyone in the mood.
I then had a bit of time to rehearse my questions for Kylie.
Finally, the big moment arrived, Kylie walked through the door and straight up to me!
She looked amazing.
I shook her hand and gave her a hug.
Then once we were ready I asked her some questions.
One of the questions I asked her was what was the naughtiest thing you did when you were our age?
Kylie replied by saying: "When I was younger I tried to run away from home, but when I got to the gate I said no and turned back."
After all my questions she signed my book.
I was so pleased - especially because I was so nervous and in fact it went really well.
Kylie then went to speak to other people from the press but I had forgotten to give her the flowers I brought for her.
I couldn't believe it when she actually walked back over to me so I could give them to her.
We had another chat and then she went to do her book signing.
It was an amazing day - my mum was right!"
Yasmeen, 11, Surbiton
Catch Yasmeen's interview with Kylie on Monday's Newsround at 4.25pm on the CBBC channel and the 5.25pm show on BBC1
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