Monday 23 April 2018

Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue set to duet for first time since 2000

Kylie Minogue's 2011 Aphrodite tour
Kylie Minogue's 2011 Aphrodite tour
Robbie Williams
Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue are reportedly recording their first track together in 16 years.

The pair released smash hit Kids in 2000, which went on to be one of the most memorable songs of the noughties, and it looks like we might have another Williams/Minogue super track coming our way.

The Sun reports that the Take That singer wants to record another track with pop princess Kylie for his comeback album, set to be released in the near future.

Robbie recently dropped Universal as his label and signed to Sony Music, the same corporation as Kylie.

“Robbie is looking to recreate pop magic,” an insider reportedly told The Sun.

“His deal with Sony showed he has big intentions for his comeback and getting someone as famous as Kylie on the album only confirms that.

It’s a great move for Kylie too as she is keen to revive her music career after a few difficult years for her professionally.

Robbie and Kylie are great friends and, as Kids was such a big success back in the day, he thought it was about time they teamed up again,” the paper said.

We’re crossing our fingers and toes for this one.

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