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Kylie Minogue set to start work on her new album

The singer enjoyed a successful year which included a triumphant performance at Glastonbury.

Kylie Minogue has revealed she will begin working on her next album in the New Year (Channel 4/PA)
Kylie Minogue has revealed she will begin working on her next album in the New Year (Channel 4/PA)

By Keiran Southern, PA

Kylie Minogue has revealed she will begin working on her next album in the New Year.

The pop superstar enjoyed a hugely successful 2019, which included a world tour and a triumphant performance at Glastonbury in the legends slot.

The latter came 14 years after she was forced to pull out of the festival to undergo treatment for breast cancer.

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Kylie Minogue will be the subject of a 90-minute TV special celebrating her career (Channel 4/PA)

Minogue, whose most recent album Golden arrived in 2018, is already looking to the future and will begin working on her next record imminently – after she has had time for a rest.

She said: “Yes, a rest will definitely do me the world of good! After that I’ll mostly be writing and prepping for the next album.

“It’s been such an inspiring year and I think that both me and my audience are ready for some new music. Let’s see where the journey takes us next!”

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Australian singer Minogue, 51, is set to star in a 90-minute TV special on Channel 4 celebrating her career.

Kylie’s Secret Night is filmed in front of an audience of the star’s super fans and is hosted by comedian Alan Carr, who subjected the singer to a number of practical jokes.

Minogue said she was delighted to be able to surprise her fans.

She said: “It was a wonderful way to wrap up what has been a celebratory year for me. A chance to acknowledge thirty plus years together and share some of the moments that have connected us.”

Kylie’s Secret Night is set to air on Channel 4 on Christmas day at 10.30pm.

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