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While excitedly dancing to the music on the set of 'Absolutely Anything and Anything At All' music video, Kylie finds the zipper on her bodysuit getting lower and nearly reveals her chest.
'I don't mind grey hair ... bald or balding. I don't even mind a bit of a paunch. Maybe too good-looking is where I've been going wrong!' said the singer who's currently single.
The 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' hitmaker is the latest addition to the disaster film directed by Brad Peyton.
The new single, which was produced by Pharrell Williams, will serve as the follow-up to lead single 'Into the Blue'.
In addition to featuring the Australian singer showing off some raunchy moves in a fitness center, the clip gives glimpses at two girls making out and caressing each other.
The full video, which was directed by Roman Coppola and Chandelier Creative, will arrive on Wednesday, March 19.
Goulding arrived in a strapless pink ball gown that failed to flaunt her figure while Katy B wore an impressive bright red lycra dress.
The sampler, which arrives via YouTube, features 50-second snippets of all the songs that will appear in the pop singer's upcoming twelfth album.
The track, which was premiered on Graham Norton's BBC Radio 2 on February 15, will be featured in the two singers' upcoming albums.
The Australia-born singer also performs her classic 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' for fans at the Old Blue Last pub in London.
The Dawn Shadforth-directed clip follows the Australia-born singer's relationship with his on-screen lover who's played by French actor Clement Sibony.
The lyric video shows the singer wandering around in a house and writing the song's lyrics on the mirrors with her lipstick.
The 'Voice UK' coach presses her red lips against a rain-soaked window in the artwork for her new album, 'Kiss Me Once'.
Written by Kelly Sheehan, who has previously worked with Rita Ora and Mariah Carey, the first track off Minogue's upcoming album will arrive on January 27.
The coach of 'The Voice UK' describes her new single, which will be released on March 16, as 'euphoric return to the dancefloor.'