Kylie Minogue dazzled the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall last night when she performed a surprise concert by royal appointment.
Pop princess Kylie Minogue dazzled the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at a reception to mark their Diamond Jubilee tour.
It is hoped that a much-anticipated duet between Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue will go ahead after a chart hits show is rescheduled.
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.
A new report by MPs has heard that more than half the British public suffers from a negative body image.
Kylie Minogue was asked her thoughts on its findings at the Glamour Awards on Tuesday night as she picked up an 'Outstanding Contribution' award.
The singer was "not surprised" by the results and said "I could be one of those [people] on a certain day".
She also had a positive message for people struggling with their own image.
Kylie Minogue has paid tribute to her mother and grandmother after picking up an Outstanding Contribution gong at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards.
Minogue, said of her award: "I don't know how I ended up here when I started out in dungarees (in Neighbours) pretending I could fix a car. I nearly blew up my first car as I didn't realise it had water and oil and all that stuff."
She added that she "hoped to become a better woman. Like my grandma. She's really my icon. I'd like to dedicate this to my grandma and mother".
Kylie Minogue has celebrated her birthday and 25th year in the music industry by receiving an Outstanding Contribution award.
The star, who turned 44 on Monday, was presented with the title by Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards.
The video for Kylie Minogue's new single 'Timebomb' has been posted on YouTube.
It was directed and edited by Christian Larson, who has previously shot videos with Tinie Tempah and Swedish House Mafia.
Minogue will perform the track, which was also released today on the semi-final of The Voice on BBC1 on Sunday 27 May.