She took to the stage in 2012 as part of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. And Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue will once again perform in honour of Her Majesty as part of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday bash.
The 47-year-old Australian will sing at the May 15 event, which will also feature performances by English singer-songwriter Jess Glynne, Welsh classical singer Katherine Jenkins and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, as the nation celebrates the milestone of its longest-lived monarch.
Kylie performed with pearl-embellished backup dancers at The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 to celebrate her 60-year reign
The event, which is part of a four-night celebration, will be hosted by the English comedy and TV presenting and former music duo, Ant and Dec in May on the private grounds of Windsor Castle. The celebration will tell the story of the Queen’s life, from her birth in 1926, through World War Two, to her coronation in 1953, and her reign spanning more than 60 years. Tickets went on sale in November, however the 25,000 spots were speedily snapped up and the event sold out within a mere five hours.