Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue's comeback song leaked on the internet

Kylie MinogueWashington, Oct 14 : Kylie Minogue's comeback song ‘2 Hearts’ has found its way to the internet.

The song, Kylie’s first since 2004, was scheduled to go on sale on November 10, with digital downloads being available from November 3, reports Variety.

2 Hearts is part of her upcoming album, X, which is scheduled for release on November 24 and will be her 10th studio album.

Hours later, the song was officially released on radio.


Kylie Minogue snubs ex-flame Jason Donovan from her show

Kylie MinogueLondon, Oct 9 : Kylie Minogue has barred her former boyfriend Jason Donovan from making an appearance on a television special to celebrate her 20 years in the music industry.

Kylie decided to rule out Donovan from her guest list after he gave a detailed version of their affair including how she left him for INXS singer Michael Hutchence, in his memoir.


Paul McCartney, Kylie Minogue, Arctic Monkeys bag honours at Q awards

Kylie MinogueMelbourne, Oct 9 : Sir Paul McCartney, Kylie Minogue and Brit band Arctic Monkeys emerged the big winners at this year's Q Awards, held in London.

Sir Paul bagged the ‘Q Icon’ title, Minogue picked the ‘Q Idol’ prize and Arctic Monkeys were named the ‘Best Act In The world Today’ gong at the ceremony held in Grosvenor House Hotel.

McCartney thanked his former band mates and his late wife in his acceptance speech.


Kylie Minogue fears she’ll never ‘walk down the aisle’

Kylie MinogueLondon, Oct 8 : Kylie Minogue dreams of having children, but at the same time fears she might never marry.

The 40-year-old singer told Glamour magazine that she wants to start a family.

"I want to keep working on finding perfect harmony within my life and my work. And a family, yeah, that's still something I would love to happen,” the Daily Mail quoted her, as telling.


Kylie Minogue rejected tracks find their way to the net

London, Sept 27 : Two tracks were rejected by pop singer Kylie Minogue for her next album found their way to the internet for a brief stint.

The rejected songs were written and recorded with Scottish DJ Mylo for Minogue's tenth studio album, X.

The MP3s of the tracks, called ‘In The Mood For Love’ and ‘Spell of Desire’ appeared on Mylo's website and MySpace page but currently, have been taken down, reports The Sun.

A posting saying, "sadly not on the final track listing" for Minogue's album, on Mylo's MySpace has also been removed.


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