Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 31 July 2014

Kylie's fans so lucky to see gig

Kylie Minogue performed to 300 fans and competition winners at the Bloomsbury Ballroom as part of an exclusive Priceless show with MasterCard

Kylie Minogue has treated fans to an intimate gig in London, days after announcing a new tour.

The Australian singer performed to 300 fans and competition winners at the Bloomsbury Ballroom as part of an exclusive Priceless show with MasterCard.

"It's so nice to do an intimate performance with you all," she said on stage.

"My album came out this week. I'm nervous, excited and all kinds of emotions."

During the 45-minute-long set, Kylie - who wore a white Grecian-style dress before changing to a red and white PVC outfit with braces and bowtie - played never-before-heard tracks from her new album Kiss Me Once as well as songs from her acclaimed back catalogue including Can't Get You Out Of My Head, Slow and a "brand spanking new 2014 version of Love At First Sight".

The 45-year-old singer, who is also a judge on BBC singing show The Voice, took a "selfie" with one fan and signed a setlist for another before she closed the show with new single Into The Blue.

Kylie, who previously surprised a fan in his gym on MasterCard's Priceless campaign, is set to hit the road with an 11-date tour later this year from September.

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