In August, Kylie Jenner reportedly began an application to go the route of Cher, Beyoncé, and other famous talented stars by trademarking her name and first name only. KYLIE™—has a pretty nice ring to it. At the end of February, singer Kylie Minogue legally opposed young Jenner's application.
47-year-old Minogue's filing lists three reasons for why Jenner should not be allowed to trademark "KYLIE" for advertising use: "Priority and likelihood of confusion," "Dilution by blurring," and "Dilution by tarnishment." The notice of opposition goes on to explain that Minogue has various similar trademarks (like Kylie Minogue Darling), and that she's been an industry star for decades.
Because no celebrity feud exists until it comes to light on social media, Kylie Minogue also tweeted a few ambiguous statements.
It appears that Minogue is not ready to let Jenner claim their shared name without a serious fight.
But Jenner has the time to see this trademark battle through.
She's somehow only 18, after all.