London, July 6 : Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue was given a seven-bum salute by brawny rugby players after receiving her OBE award.
The singer had taken her family and friends to a pub to celebrate her picking up the gong at Buckingham Palace and while there she was exposed to a barefaced mass mooning.
Minogue had hired a private room at Chelsea boozer the Admiral Codrington for her posse, where they dined on meat pies, ice cream and beer as they saw the cheeky side of her adopted country.
The 40-year-old was even given a treat by one of the rugby lads, when he did a full striptease for her.
The party, which took place after she received her award from 59-year-old Prince Charles, had more than 30 guests including her proud parents Carol, 72, and Ron, 76, who flew in from Australia.
"It was amazing to see Kylie Minogue come walking into the pub with her friends and family, and they seemed to be having a really good time," the Daily Star quoted pub regular Tom Clayton, 32, as saying.
"I've seen a couple of Chelsea footballers in here before but never a pop star.
"They were having a sing-song at one point in the evening.
"But I don't think Kylie did any singing.
"She was sat most of the time at the table while some of the others were getting up and dancing and messing around," he added.
Kylie sipped red wine as she celebrated her success, and there were cheers as a male pal made a speech toasting her.