Not everyone gets a serenade like that: Rebel Wilson sang “Happy Birthday” for her fiancée together with Kylie Minogue.
Rebel Wilson (43) gave her fiancée Ramona Agruma a special surprise for her 40th birthday. The actress sang “Happy Birthday” together with Kylie Minogue (55).
Party weekend in Sin City
The couple celebrated their milestone birthday all weekend in Las Vegas. There was also an XXL-sized photo of a couple on a billboard at the “Resorts World Las Vegas” hotel. The highlight was probably Kylie Minogue’s guest appearance at the party – including a serenade for the birthday girl. On Sunday, Rebel Wilson shared several photos and videos of it on her Instagram account. “We should be so HAPPY (happy, happy, happy!),” she captioned the post, referencing Minogue’s hit “I Should Be So Lucky.” Her fiancée spent her 40th birthday “singing and dancing with the legend himself.”
Ramona Agruma explained that the serenade was the “icing on the cake”. “Best birthday ever!” she gushed, thanking her “love” Rebel Wilson.
U2’s concert was also part of the program
Kylie Minogue and Rebel Wilson share their Australian homeland. The singer is currently performing at the Voltaire Theater at the Venetian Resort Hotel in Las Vegas. It is unclear whether Wilson and her fiancée also attended her concert there. What is certain is that they watched a performance by the band U2 on the occasion of their birthday. They also spent the time in a private suite and received a letter from frontman Bono (63) before the band’s concert at Sphere Las Vegas.
In the summer of 2022, Rebel Wilson made it public that after relationships with men, she now loves a woman. In November 2022, she and fashion designer Ramona Agruma announced the birth of daughter Royce Lillian via surrogate. Three months later, the couple got romantically engaged in front of the castle at Disneyland.
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