Kylie Minogue plans to 'raise the roof' at the BRIT Awards

Kylie Minogue has been busily preparing to perform at the BRIT Awards in London.



Kylie Minogue is set to perform at the awards show
Kylie Minogue is set to perform at the awards show

Kylie Minogue is determined to "raise the roof" at the BRIT Awards.

The 55-year-old pop star and Dua Lipa are both set to perform at the awards show in London on Saturday (02.03.24), and they're both planning something spectacular for their fans.

An insider told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Kylie and Dua are going to raise the roof of The O2.

"Dua is opening the show with a bang and will have over 20 dancers with her on stage. She’s also got a special surprise lined up to make it a real spectacle.

"It’s powerful, punchy pop and will get everyone up on their feet for sure.

"Kylie’s set is just as amazing and The O2 is going to become one massive party when she’s on stage."

Kylie is set to perform some of her best-known singles, including her 2023 hit 'Padam Padam'.

The pop star is also working on a routine that will look visually "spectacular".

The source shared: "Like Dua, Kylie’s got an army of dancers who will be performing alongside her.

"She is going to be working through a medley of some of her greatest hits on stage and naturally, her huge hit 'Padam Padam' is going to feature.

"Visually both performances are just spectacular and it’s going to look amazing whether you’re in the audience or watching at home."

Meanwhile, Kylie recently revealed that she's refusing to "snooze" amid her current "wave" of success.

The singer's popularity has fluctuated during the course of her career - but she's now determined to embrace all of the opportunities that are coming her way.

She told Billboard magazine: "I told someone at my label: It’s happening now. There’s no snoozing.

"I am wildly inspired right now. I’m at a point in my life where I know it’s not eternal. I just want to maximise this brilliant wave.

"If you’re not out paddling for when that wave comes along, you’ve got no hope."