Forever young! That’s exactly what you’re going to think if you’ve seen Kylie Minogue?s performance at the Royal Albert Hall. She literally brought the house down during the two-hour theatrical performance. She had lavish stage costumes, was accompanied by a full orchestra, a band, a choir, everything a performer could ask for was in the palm of her hands!
— kylie minogue (@kylieminogue) December 10, 2016
Underneath a gigantic disco ball, the 48-year-old pop singer wowed the audience with her own rendition of Christmas classics, latest releases and some back tracking of her well-loved hits. She was joined by mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins during the rendition of Your Disco Needs You.
They hugged each other after the performance. Minogue said Jenkins does the “opera singing I just pretend to do.” But Minogue was obviously just being modest as she proved herself to be very much capable of keeping up with Jenkins vocally. But it was definitely her energy and joyful performance that kept the crowd going all night long per Hello! magazine.
Kylie Minogue and Fiance Calls for Equality ‘Down Under’
Meanwhile, Minogue and fiance of 14 months, Joshua Sasse, are calling for marriage equality. The pop singer and her 29-year-old beau actor vowed not to get married until same sex marriage is finally legalised in Australia.
During an interview with the U.K. chat show The Jonathan Ross Show this month, the singer said she was not sure about the timeline. This is because the government knocked back a plebiscite regarding the issue. She said, “It depends who you listen to, it still could be a long way off.” This setback only made the couple campaign harder for their advocacy.
Back in October, the couple announced there will be no wedding for Minogue and him until the laws are changed. The British actor told The Fix, “I’m really hoping that it won’t be a matter of years, and that public and global change will turn the tide.”
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