Kylie Minogue has announced a series of UK and Ireland tour dates.
The Voice coach will play a number of arena shows later this year in support of new album Kiss Me Once, which is released today (March 17).
24/09 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
26/09 – Phones 4u Arena, Manchester
29/09 – The O2, London
30/09 – The O2 ,London
03/10 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
05/10 – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
07/10 – NIA, Birmingham
08/11 – The O2, Dublin
09/11 – Odyssey Arena, Belfast
11/11 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
12/11 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
13/11 – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
Kylie Minogue has confirmed that she still plans to make a musical based on her songs.
A production based on the pop superstar has long been rumoured, and Minogue told Digital Spy that she knows it has to be just right before she goes ahead with it.
"One day we'll get there," she assured us. "I'm hoping to nail that sometime in the future."
Minogue this week released her 12th studio album Kiss Me Once.
Producers Of The Moment, Ariel Rechtshaid and Pharrell Williams, on a Kylie album? Why not? After all, the brilliance of Team Minogue has always been to hop on passing musical trends while remaining true to the essence of Kylie. In 2014 that means warped vocal effects and a martial R&B beat not a million miles away from Vampire Weekend’s ‘Modern Vampires Of The City’ on ‘If Only’ and ‘Get Lucky’-ish electro disco on ‘I Was Gonna Cancel’, which features Williams at the helm.
Elsewhere, there are dubstep snarls on (ahem) ‘Sexercize’, fashionably ’90s vocal cut-ups on the deep house-y ‘Fine’ and I-love-you-no-I-love-you choruses and church bells on the epic title track. ‘Kiss Me Once’ proves that after 26 years in the business, Kylie can still pull off a very modern pop album.
Kiss Me Once out now worldwide!!!! (and tomorrow in America, but lbr you're not buying it)