Minogue, 36, also blamed her happily married parents for her single status, and her devotion to work for the lack of a serious relationship in her life. She, however, insists that she can give it all up for a right man in her life. "For the right man, yes. I curse my parents, though. I say to them: 'It's your fault I'm single.' They gave us such a great childhood," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
"My mum stayed at home while my dad went to work and I have such high hopes to recreate that. But at the same time I love my career, so I'd struggle between the two. "Our generation wants careers and to be passionate about them - I like to put my all into whatever I'm doing and that's probably why I'm single," she added.