The pop legend recently confirmed his homecoming in an interview with BBC Radio 2
Kylie Minogue has announced that she will move back to her hometown of Melbourne after living and working in the UK for three decades.
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The pop legend recently confirmed his homecoming in an interview bbc radio 2, telling breakfast show host Zoe Ball: “I’ve spent a lot of time with my family in Australia this year and it felt really good.”
She noted that she had been talking about going home “for a while”, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic prompting her to bond strongly with her relatives. Last October, Minogue reported of abc half past seven program That she was missing her family throughout the pandemic, admitting to host Leigh Sales that the experience was an “emotional rollercoaster”.
At the time, she told Sales: “The timing is very strange right now – was there something yesterday or was it six months ago? – but it shouldn’t take long to get to my house. Anyway, there’s hope.”
British fans need not worry that Minogue will neglect her second home, however, as she told the BBC: “I have friends, my friend at my local restaurant was like: ‘Kylie, what’s yours? Mean
Elsewhere in the chat, Minogue hinted at her imminent return to the tour, saying that she and her team are “getting closer to being able to do something like this”.
Addressing her eager fans, she continued: “Don’t put your disco outfit too far. Not behind the cupboard.”
Earlier this month, Minogue announced a new version of her latest album, 2020’s “Disco,” called the “Guest List Edition.” Set for release on November 12, the record sports collaborations with the likes of Dua Lipa and Jessie Ware, as well as remixes of ‘Disco’ songs by Basement Jaxx, Linsley and more.
The record’s first single, a duet with Years and Years (aka Ollie Alexander) titled ‘A Second to Midnight’, was released earlier this week.
As Minogue’s 15th full-length effort, “Disco” was released last November via Derenote/BMG. Granthshala Upon release giving it a four-star review, writer Nick Levine stated that the record “shimmers with a warm dazzling glow that is just irresistible”.
A week after the arrival of “Disco: Guest List Edition,” Minogue is set to re-release her eighth album, 2002’s “Fever,” which is celebrating its 20th anniversary.