You know how it is when you’re at a party and you meet a group of new people, and you’re having some laughs and enjoying yourself, and then you start asking everyone for their names and get the ultimate kick in the teeth… one of them has the same name as you.
Suddenly the music is torn off, you need to sit down and catch your breath, your Uber is already on its way.
It has been claimed that Kylie Jenner is currently hoping to trademark her name, in what presumably plays a part in the Kardashian/Jenner world domination we’re currently in the midst of.
Not if Ms Minogue has her way, though.
KDB, the Australian firm who represent her, have tried to put a stop to the application, in legal documents that are accessible online, claiming it could cause confusion among the fan community and - wait for it - have also listed Kylie Jenner as a “secondary reality television personality”.
If there’s one kind of shade we can’t get enough of, it’s legal document shade.
Kylie is already the proud owner of the trademark to ‘Kylie Minogue’, ‘Kylie Minogue Darling’ (the name of her fragrance, not just a term of endearment to luvvies who approach her in the street) and ‘Lucky - The Kylie Minogue Musical’ (don’t even think about trying to snatch that off her).
What’s more, several of her albums have already been released simply under the name ‘Kylie’, ditching her surname altogether, including the recent ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Light Years’ and last year’s number-12 smash ‘Kylie Christmas’.
If someone’s coming for her name, perhaps now she’s newly-engaged, Kylie Minogue could just ditch the Greek alphabet altogether and go the full Prince, changing her name to a squiggle and a dot.
Just a thought...