Leg's See Who Is Going to Finish on Top; SOPHIE'S VOW AS SHE TAKES ON KYLIE FOR THE NO1 SPOT.(News)

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Leg's See Who Is Going to Finish on Top; SOPHIE'S VOW AS SHE TAKES ON KYLIE FOR THE NO1 SPOT.(News)


Byline: NIKI WALDEGRAVE

IT'S going to be a battle of the babes when Sophie Ellis Bextor releases her new single on the same day as Kylie Minogue's next month.

Kylie's pert posteria and shapely legs have been the talk of the nation since her gold hotpants comback.

But the new girl on the block is showing she can leg it with the best of them after posing for some stunning exclusive pictures to promote her new single Get Over You, due out on June 10.

Sophie - who hopes to beat Kylie's Love At First Sight to the Number One slot - claims her lovely limbs are the result of constantly wearing four-inch heels.

Sophie, 23, said: "I always wear them, whether I'm going to a party or the supermarket. That way your legs get a good work-out and you get great muscle definition.

"People often comment on my legs and ask what exercise I do and they never believe me when I say I don't do any.

She added: "I'm very anti-gyms. I'd rather die than work out in one of those horrible sweaty places.

"Plus, it means you don't have the embarrassment of being seen all red and blotchy in an unflattering lycra get-up! …

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