Kylie Minogue's shock move at Sydney WorldPride concert: 'Iconic'
The Australian icon performed a show-stopping 30-minute set.
She’s well known for delivering incredible live productions with show-stopping vocals, choreography and theatrics, but Kylie Minogue’s recent performance at the Sydney WorldPride opening concert left fans stunned.
The Australian pop sensation, who performed some of her biggest hits during her 30-minute set at The Domain on Friday night, closed the show by bringing out her sister Dannii Minogue to sing a duet of All The Lovers.
“You’ve been incredible tonight, thank you so so much. We have so much love for you! I have a little surprise,” Kylie said before Dannii appeared on stage behind a group of backup dancers.
The pair held hands, danced and hugged one another throughout the performance as they wore matching skin-tight outfits. Kylie wowed in a blue lace sheer bodysuit with black thigh-high boots, while Dannii wore a similar look in pink.
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Fans on social media simply couldn’t get enough of the surprise cameo, with one person calling Dannii’s reveal “the gayest thing I’ve ever seen”.
“Kylie and Dannii doing All The Lovers was strangely emotional and completely euphoric,” another added, while a third wrote, “That was an iconic performance”.
“Kylie and Dannii Minogue singing All The Lovers together has single-handedly made my 2023,” a different user shared.
“Dannii performing All The Lovers with Kylie at WorldPride is like when Solange turned up to Beychella. A MOMENT OF HERSTORY,” someone else tweeted.
kylie and dannii minogue - all the lovers | sydney world pride | 2023 pic.twitter.com/8teiDK1w4A
— Minogue Updates (@MinogueUpdates) February 24, 2023
The surprise performance marks the first time the sisters have shared a stage since 2015 when Dannii and Kylie debuted their holiday duet 100 Degrees on The X Factor and sang at Kylie’s Christmas show at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Before 2015, the duo hadn’t done a television performance together since Young Talent Time in 1986 when they sang Sisters Doing It For Themselves.
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During her Sydney WorldPride set to a crowd of 20,000 people, Kylie also performed her hit songs Spinning Around, Get Outta My Way, Supernova, Your Disco Needs You, Slow and Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.
The concert also saw incredible performances from Jessica Mauboy and Charli XCX, who thanked the queer community for “keeping my career alive”.
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