Kylie Minogue thanks LGBTQ+ community as she wins second Grammy

Kylie Minogue took home her second Grammy in 20 years at Sunday's (04.02.24) ceremony.



Kylie Minogue won her second-ever Grammy Award
Kylie Minogue won her second-ever Grammy Award

Kylie Minogue thanked the LGBTQ+ community for being with her through "thick and thin" after she won her second-ever Grammy Award on Sunday (04.02.24).

The pop idol's club anthem 'Padam Padam' from her LP 'Tension' was the inaugural winner of the new accolade, Best Pop Dance Recording, beating the likes of David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray's 'Baby Don't Hurt Me', Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding's 'Miracle', Bebe Rexha and Guetta's 'One in a Million' and Troye Sivan's 'Rush'.

And the 'Spinning Around' hitmaker, 55, admitted it feels like "the start of a new era".

Speaking to 'E!’s Live from the Red Carpet' host Laverne Cox after the win, Kylie said: "I would say thank you for being with me for such a long time now, through thick and thin.

"We ride the highs, the lows, and the in-betweens, and to know that we've got each other's backs and this feels like the start of the next era."

The last time the 'Love At First Sight' singer walked away with a Grammy was a whole 20 years ago, when she scooped Best Dance Recording for 'Come Into My World' at the 2004 ceremony.

Producer and songwriter Lostboy - whose real name is Peter Rycroft - accepted the prize on behalf of Kylie at the arena and admitted it was a "dream come true".

He said: "This is such a unique process on this song, it started as an idea with a friend who I wrote it with originally and we built up a fairly rough demo and it got into the hands of Kylie.

"You cannot tell me dreams do not come true."