Madonna and Kylie: It’s been a long time coming


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In the words of Kylie Minogue, “It’s been a long time coming.” Madonna and Kylie performed I Will Survive and Can’t Get You Outta My Head after Madonna invited the Australian songstress onstage during her Los Angeles concert last night.

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And Madonna humped Kylie’s leg

…of course.

Madonna and Kylie surprised fans worldwide on the third night of Madonna’s Celebration Tour – and on International Women’s Day. The performance also wrapped up a big week for Kylie. She received both the Billboard Women in Music Icon award in Los Angeles and the Global Icon Award at the Brit Awards in London.

Not to mention receiving her own Padam Barbie Doll especially for International Women’s Day.

Kylie is currently busy with her Las Vegas residency, which finishes in May. Meanwhile, Madonna’s Celebration Tour ties up on April 26 in Mexico City.

Watch: Madonna introduce Kylie from audience in Los Angeles.

Madonna and Kylie

Kylie: even a global icon enjoys a shoey.

Clips from opening night of Madonna’s Celebration Tour.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Rob Dev
    10 March 2024
    Reply

    That’s the kind of collaboration a pop star should engage in, unlike the usual behavior of many ego-driven individuals!

  2. Nikki
    12 March 2024
    Reply

    That bought me to tears!
    Two amazing iconic women as one!
    I’m a trans woman.
    These ladies give me such hope!
    Thankyou from the bottom of my ❤️

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