Kylie to star in TV special

Kylie Minogue is to celebrate her pop comeback with a TV special.

Kylie Minogue is to celebrate her pop comeback with a TV special.

The Kylie Show will feature classic hits and tracks from her new album.

Rather than a concert-style performance, the singer and her long-time creative director William Baker have devised a “visual experience” to accompany each track.

The hour-long show will air on ITV1 this autumn.

Minogue said: “Working with ITV on this special has been an incredibly exciting experience.

“My creative team and I are preparing a fabulous evening with a mixture of old songs, new songs and lots of surprises thrown into the mix as well.”

The 39-year-old star has beaten breast cancer and releases her new album, X, on November 26.

The single 2 Hearts is out on November 12.

Yesterday she picked up the Idol accolade at the Q Awards for a career spanning three decades and more than 40 million global album sales.

An ITV spokesman said: “We are delighted to be bringing Kylie to ITV1 in what will become the must-see TV event of the autumn.

“Working in close collaboration, Kylie, her creative team and the show’s producers are pushing the boundaries to create an original and visually breathtaking piece of entertainment.”

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