Kylie Minogue to Release New Single & Hold Tour



Kylie Minogue is to release her first new single after she was diagnosed with breast cancer

Aussie pop superstar Kylie Minogue is to release her new single, which will mark her first after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in May this year. The singer reportedly will release a live version of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow," recorded at London's Earl's Court earlier this year.

The download single will be accompanied by Kylie's version of "Santa Baby." Besides, the singer also will release eight other live downloads, including "Better The Devil You Know," "What Do I Have To Do?," "Spinning Around," "Slow," "Red Blooded Woman/Where The Wild Roses Grow," "I Believe In You," "Can't Get You Out Of My Head," and "Love At First Sight."

In related news, Kylie also is reported to hold her homecoming Australian tour at the end of next year, after canceling the event earlier this year when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This report has been confirmed by the star's Australian tour promoter, The Frontier Touring Company, which on Sunday announced the tour would begin at the end of 2006.

© AceShowbiz.com


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