The documentary which will be aired by ITV2 is to follow her in preparation for the launch of her fashion range, not her pop comeback.
Pregnant pop star Dannii Minogue has dismissed reports she is preparing to re-launch her music career with a new dance album after she gives birth later this year. The Australian singer-turned-TV talent show judge, who has not released any new music since 2007, was rumored to have signed a new $1.5 million deal with executives at dance label Ministry of Sound.
Britain's Sunday Mirror reported Minogue was planning to return to the recording studio and launch a new single by the end of the year - just months after she becomes a first-time mum. The report also suggested Minogue's chart comeback would be documented in her new reality TV show on U.K. network ITV2.
But the singer has refuted the rumor, insisting the documentary will focus on the launch of her new fashion line. In a post on her Twitter.com page, she writes, "Sunday Mirror not quite right. Haven't signed with record label. ITV2 doco (sic) about launching ProjectD fashion range."