Kylie & Dannii Minogue Drop Surprise Bluey Book Reading Episode

13 February 2024 | 1:39 pm | Mary Varvaris

The sisters share a wholesome tale of self-discovery and sisterly affection, eventually introducing 'Mini Bluey'.

Kylie & Dannii Minogue @ Sydney WorldPride

Kylie & Dannii Minogue @ Sydney WorldPride (Source: Supplied)

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Kylie and Dannii Minogue have joined the Bluey chorus, reading out the book Mini Bluey as part of the Bluey Book Reads collection.

Reading an adorable story voicing Bluey and Bingo, the sisters share a wholesome tale of self-discovery and sisterly affection, eventually introducing Mini Bluey, a character appearing in coloured-in blue chalk.

Bluey Book Reads is a brand-new digital series that stars famous people, including Kylie and Dannii, to read some of the most popular storybooks in the collection. Not just an audiobook, the Bluey Book Reads come with animation akin to the original popular television series.

You can watch Kylie and Dannii’s telling of Mini Bluey here. Check out a teaser below.

In December, Dannii took to social media and dropped a major hint about possibly representing Australia at the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest.

The singer reposted a tweet by the official Eurovision account on X (formerly Twitter), leading many to believe she’ll participate in the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden.

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The post read: “Good folk of Europe and beyond … say ‘Hej’ to the #Eurovision2024 stage!”

Minogue reposted the video with a message that read: “The stage is set…and the countdown has begun!”

Adding fuel to the fire, the official Eurovision account replied: “I… begin to wonder” alongside a GIF of Dannii in the film clip of her 2003 track.

Last year, Australian metal band Voyager placed ninth in the Grand Final of the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest.

Both sisters are enjoying increased popularity, with Kylie recently featuring on the new Sia single Dance Alone and taking home her second Grammy Award, this one for Best Pop Dance Recording.

Kylie won the award for Padam Padam ahead of David Guetta, Anne-Marie Coi Leray (for Baby Don’t Hurt Me), Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding (Miracle), Bebe Rexha & David Guetta (One In A Million), and Troye Sivan’s Rush.

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