#THERESONLYONE: Kylie Minogue Wins Trademark Battle Against Kylie Jenner
Remember last year when Kylie Jenner tried to get the name Kylie trademark, and Australian and UK/Gay icon Kylie Minogue and her teamed opposed it?
Well it looks like Kylie Minogue has won the battle, as she should! Kylie Jenner, who is a reality TV star and socialite, wanted to use “Kylie” for “advertising services” and “endorsement services,” according to papers filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in April 2015.
Kylie Minogue, who is on a first-name basis with her millions of fans around the globe, owns the website www.kylie.com, and has been performing as “Kylie” since before Jenner was born.
In her career spanning 4 decades. Kylie Minogue has sold over 65 million records. She also recently signed with BMG.
The BMG deal represents the dawn of a new era for Kylie. Her last 12 albums were released in the U.K. through Parlophone, dating back to 2000’s comeback record Light Years.
In 2013, she signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation and after 2 years, she left the management team.