Back in 2017, Kylie Jenner attempted to trademark her first name, but another famous woman of the same name stood in the way: Kylie Minogue.
In the end, the "Can't Get You Out of My Head" singer successfully blocked the reality TV star from trademarking their shared name.
While on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" on Tuesday, June 7, Kylie Minogue was asked about the battle.
"It was just business, obviously," she said. "When I was named Kylie, there was like … I think I met one person older than me called Kylie. So it was kind of unusual."
When "The Kardashians" star first filed for the trademark, her Kylie Cosmetics makeup line was in high demand and consistently selling out, which eventually led her to billionaire status. Kylie Minogue, 54, seemed to understand why the mother-of-two would want to own the name, but she wasn't having it.
"I've spent a lifetime protecting my brand, building my brand," the O.G. Kylie said on the Bravo show. "It was just something that had to be done."
Although she didn't detail her win, Kylie Minogue did say the women "came to an agreement."
Cohen, seemingly knowing the details, laughed, "Yes, you did." He then wondered, "Oh my God. Did you have to call Kris Jenner and be like 'let me tell you something.'"
Hinting that the case was done via lawyers, Kylie Minogue responded, "No, but I'd love to meet them."