It's not often a music veteran is left star-struck by a pop star but in Ronnie Wood's case, a chance to get snapped with Australian pop queen Kylie Minogue was one the former Rolling Stones guitarist couldn't resist.
The two music icons crossed paths in London earlier this week while attending the launch of a new exhibition at the Halcyon Gallery in London.
Minogue, who sported a fitted red shift dress coordinated with gold heels, gold hoop earrings and a white, gold-trimmed clutch, seemed more than happy to pose with Wood when approached by the 64-year-old rocker.And after wrapping up her appearance at the exhibition opening – which featured two of Andy Warhol's most valuable works and paintings by contemporary artist Mauro Perucchetti – Minogue tweeted: "Thank u @HalcyonGallery for a SPLENDID evening....Andy Warhol AND http://www.mauroperucchetti.com WOW WOW WOW WOW! #JELLYBABIES4EVA."
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