Kylie Minogue gets Wembley Padaming as Summertime Ball surprise guest


Kylie Minogue blew the roof off Wembley at Capital’s Summertime Ball (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)

Kylie Minogue proved she knows how to throw a party as she got the whole of Wembley Stadium Padaming without a care in the world this weekend.

The Aussie sensation was the surprise guest at Capital’s Summertime Ball with Barclaycard – and no one saw it coming.

An 80,000-strong Wembley erupted into screams as the 55-year-old pop icon rose to the stage with a whole crew of dancers.

Sporting an all-red ensemble, the pint-sized pop star looked truly stunning, strutting her stuff down the walkway in a pair of thigh-high boots.

Kylie teamed her leotard and high-split dress with matching red gloves while her backing performers were also clad in leather trousers and cool shades.

The star performed her latest hit, Padam Padam, which has undoubtedly become the song of the summer.

The Aussie star got everyone Padaming (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)
Kylie looked stunning in a red ensemble (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)

After the song finished, she even enjoyed an a capella moment with the crowd, deciding to sing the chorus through one more time.

But that’s not all, as Kylie also took fans back in time and treated them to the 2001 classic Can’t Get You Out of My Head.

Naturally, fans lost their minds over the whole thing.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote after the singer took to the stage: ‘KYLIE MINOGUE I SUDDENLY SOBBED’.

‘Kylie Minogue. Oh my god. Was not prepared’, another wrote.

The boots! (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)
She also delighted the crowd with Can’t Get You Out Of My Head (Picture: Jonathan Hordle/Shutterstock for Global)
The pop queen is gearing up to release her new album named Tension (Picture: Jonathan Hordle/Shutterstock for Global)

Another was so excited all they could write was: ‘KYLIE. ACTUAL. MINOGUE!!!’

Kylie was part of a very starry line-up for this year’s Summertime Ball, with daytime performers including a surprise appearance from Eurovision’s Mae Muller, and sets from Mimi Webb, Raye, and Tom Grennan.

Later on, Niall Horan took to the stage, as well as Jonas Brothers and Ellie Goulding.

Meanwhile, Kylie is gearing up to release her new record, Tension.

Teasing what’s to come back in May, she promised it would be a ‘blend of personal reflection, club abandon and melancholic high’ when it is released on September 22.

Kylie’s career continues to go from strength to strength (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)

Despite launching her music career in the 1980s, Kylie is still enjoying major success – as she should.

In fact, she’s at the very top of her game.

Speaking recently after Padam Padam soared up the charts, the former Neighbours actress shared in a sweet social media post: ‘I just wanted to say thank you, thank you so, so much for all the birthday messages and the Padam reaction and the love.

‘It has been an incredible week topped off by being my birthday today and I can’t thank you enough. My heart is bursting with joy so thank you so, so much!’

Niall Horan was also on today’s line-up, following the release of his new album this week (Picture: Matt Crossick/Shutterstock for Global)
London Pride headliner Adam Lambert also brought the party (Picture: Matt Crossick/Shutterstock for Global)
Eurovision’s Mae Muller surprised the 80,000-strong crowd (Picture: Matt Crossick/Shutterstock for Global)
Ellie Goulding performed her biggest hits (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock for Global)

In a second video showing off her shiny new Big Top 40 award, the I Should Be So Lucky singer said, ‘Big Top 40 number one. This is, this is amazing, thank you so much. I can’t believe I am holding this.

‘What an incredible, another wild turn in my life and my career. Thank you so much for all of your love and support, everyone who has got onto Padam Padam and made this possible for me. I love you, thank you so, so much.’

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