The 46-year-old is the latest in a line of celebs to recreate the vintage Coppertone Suntan ad made famous in the 1950s.
Kylie's 2014 version mirrors the classic advert - which originally featured a hand drawn image of a young girl who's powder blue swimsuit bottoms are being pulled down by a little stray dog - but she isn't the first to do so.
The iconic image has previously been recreated by Carmen Electra on the cover of Esquire magazine as well as comedy actor Jim Carey for Rolling Stone.
The news comes as the star dropped the biggest hint yet that she could be popping up in Neighbours for the show's 30th anniversary.
The singer - who played tomboy mechanic Charlene Robinson on the show - posted a cryptic tweet that hinted she may be about to put in an appearance in Ramsay Street...
"So... I bought overalls today," she wrote on Twitter.
And if that's not a massive clue that she'll soon be revisiting Charlene's roots then we don't know what is.
Back in 2010 the singer revealed she had thought about what it would be like to put in a cameo appearance, saying it could be "hilarious".
"The other day I thought how much fun it would be to do it after years of saying never," she said.
"I've decided how it would work. Charlene would screech up the drive in her souped-up Mini which she's been working on all the time.
"I don't watch the show anymore but it could be fun to do that. It could be hilarious."
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