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Kylie draws 'best ever' Commonwealth Games to a close

Kylie performed her biggest hits including Can't Get You Out Of My Head. Photo: Reuters

Kylie whipped the crowd into a spin with seven of her classic hits as she closed what has been dubbed the 'best ever' Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

The pint-sized pop princess changed costume twice as she performed to the 40,000-strong crowd and up to 8 million viewers at home.

Kylie's backing dancers helped her put on a spectacular show. Credit: Reuters

After the show she tweeted she had an "amazing night" and said she it was an "honour to be there."

Fire lit up the stage at Glasgow's Hampden Park Stadium. Credit: Reuters

Lulu also returned to the stage to perform her hit "Shout" while fellow Scot Dougie Maclean sang his classic Caledonia, a song which has grown to become a common part of Scottish culture and an unofficial national anthem.

Lulu donned tartan to perform her hit Shout. Credit: Reuters

The ceremony rounded off with fireworks and a mass performance of Auld Lang Syne.

Thousands of people in the stadium locked hands for a mass performance of Auld Lang Syne. Credit: Reuters

Scotland may have said farewell but all eyes will be on Australia when they host the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast in 2018.

Athletes and fans say 'thank you Glasgow' as the 2014 Commonwealth Games comes to an end. Credit: Reuters

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