Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan have reunited on stage for the first time in 23 years. The Australian duo sang their 1988 smash hit Especially For You to an enthralled audience at the London's O2 arena. During an interlude, Jason swept Kylie off her feet in an embrace.
Fans saw stars arrive to record Rod Stewart's Christmas Show at Stirling Castle earlier today.
Singer Michael Buble met fans he arrived ahead of his performance with Stewart in the ITV programme to be broadcast next month.
The singer is recording performances with Buble, Kylie Minogue and violinist Nicola Benedetti in the great hall of Stirling Castle.
He said: "Christmas comes early for me this year. I'm really looking forward to singing with Kylie and Michael and performing with Nicola.
"The show will be a real seasonal treat."
Tickets for the exclusive evening were distributed via a lottery with a dress code of "dinner jackets, kilts and cocktail dresses".
A Historic Scotland spokeswoman said: "We are delighted that Rod Stewart is hosting his Christmas special at Stirling Castle's great hall.
"It will be seen by millions of people across the UK and is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the beauty of this spectacular castle.
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Some of the world's biggest music artists, including Kylie Minogue, Coldplay and David Bowie are set to leave EMI after Universal's £1.2 billion takeover was given the go-ahead. The European Commission said the company may otherwise become too powerful.
Universal must sell several of EMI's labels including Parlophone, home to Lily Allen and Pink Floyd along with its 50% stake in the Now! That's What I Call Music compilations.
The on-stage reunion of Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan could be resurrected in time for Christmas.
Pop producer Pete Waterman had planned to reunite the pair at his outdoor Hit Factory concert, but it was cancelled earlier this month because of safety fears due to heavy rainfall and mud in London's Hyde Park.
Waterman said today: "We are going to do it again at Christmas. We are going to do two nights at the 02 or at least one night, we've just got to confirm one artist who is due to go home for Christmas, I'll give you a clue there."
He added: "I just have to convince that artist to stay here until at least Christmas Eve and we can do it all the way we want to."
Organisers have cancelled an outdoor concert starring Kylie Minogue celebrating the music of Pete Waterman as a result of ongoing poor weather just hours before it was due to take place.
The Hit Factory concert, also starring Jason Donovan and Steps, was due to be staged in London's Hyde Park on Wednesday.
David Munns, chairman of music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, explained why Kylie was being honoured.
Kylie Minogue is a legend and also an international treasure.
Her success across the music industry has been meteoric from the start and she is the obvious choice for our unique 25th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Award.
Kylie Minogue is to pick up a special prize at the O2 Silver Clef Awards next week.
The pop princess is celebrating 25 years since her first single.
The event, in aid of music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, is being staged at the London Hilton next Friday.