Entertainment Kylie Minogue's new album 'Golden' is coming in spring 2018

15:57  10 january  2018
15:57  10 january  2018 Source:   Relaxnews (AFP)

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  Celebrities who didn't wear black to the Golden Globes On the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet, actresses and actors chose to wear black in a silent protest. However, a few attendees - Blanca Blanco, Zenobia Shroff - missed the memo.Just a heads up — you might notice something ~unusual~ about this year's Golden Globes red carpet. As widely reported in the lead up to the event, actresses and actors have chosen to wear black in a 'silent protest'. The protest is aimed at shining a spotlight on the culture of sexual misconduct and gender inequality that recently came to light, sparked by the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Kylie Minogue ’ s last album , ‘Kiss Me Once,’ was released in 2014. — Handout via AFPLONDON, Jan 10 — The Australian singer has a new album in store for spring 2018 . The Can’t Get You Out of My Head singer is set to release a new album , Golden , landing three years after Kylie Christmas and

Kylie Minogue , new Studio Album and Tour in 2018 ? Do you think Kylie Minogue will pick up right where he left off and deliver another excellent album ? Have you heard any rumors about the new album ?

Kylie Minogue's last album, © Provided by AFPRelaxNews Kylie Minogue's last album, "Kiss Me Once," was released in 2014. The Australian singer has a new album in store for spring 2018.

The "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" singer is set to release a new album, "Golden," landing three years after "Kylie Christmas" and four years after "Kiss Me Once."

Kylie Minogue found fame in the 1980s with the her debut single "Locomotion" and the follow-up hit "I Should Be So Lucky." The antipodean singer celebrated the 30th anniversary of the latter song's release with an Instagram post on December 23, 2017. 

Her later track "Spinning Around," from the album "Light Years," released in 2000, brought Kylie back to the forefront of the pop music scene. Comeback success continued with "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" from the album "Fever," released in 2001.

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