Channel 7's 'An Audience With Kylie' Reveals Premiere Date

23 January 2024 | 2:58 pm | Mary Varvaris

"I want everyone to feel like they are there with us, as they are in spirit!"

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After announcing its airing a few months ago, Channel 7 has shared the premiere date for its exclusive showing of An Audience With Kylie.

An Audience With Kylie will air on Monday, 29 January. The special performance meets conversation will play after the premiere of the new season of Australian Idol, which plays at 7:30 pm. An Audience With Kylie is set to air at 9:10 pm on Channel 7 and streaming platform 7plus.

Kylie Minogue herself has teased the sharing of personal stories and offering of surprises, with the Aussie pop sensation set to answer questions from devoted fans in between performances of her biggest hits, from I Should Be So Lucky to Can’t Get You Out Of My Head to The Loco-Motion to Padam Padam.

Minogue said in a press release about the showing on Australian television, “I want everyone to feel like they are there with us, as they are in spirit! Have some friends over, get the snacks in and perhaps even pop a bottle of something!”

The performance took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall in November. The filmed concert arrives as part of ITV’s An Audience With series produced by Lifted Entertainment (part of ITV Studios) and co-produced with BMG.

You can watch a teaser for An Audience With Kylie below.

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2023 was a massive year for Kylie Minogue, with her unforgettable heartbeat-inspired single Padam Padam nominated for Best Pop Dance Recording at the 2024 Grammy Awards. She’s in the category alongside David GuettaAnne-Marie and Coi Leray (for Baby Don’t Hurt Me), Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding (Miracle), Bebe Rexha and David Guetta (One In A Million) and fellow Aussie Troye Sivan for Rush.

Kylie Minogue debuted at #1 in Australia with her new album, Tension, in late September.

In other Kylie Minogue news, recent reports have indicated that Australia’s Queen of Pop could be looking to lock in an Australian tour.

Quoted by the Herald Sun (via the Daily Mail), The Music’s previously reported possible Pearl Jam and Green Day tours are “scheduled” to happen, with Kylie Minogue, Beyoncé, Madonna, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen reportedly a hot commodity amongst Australian tour promoters.