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The Kylie Show
19 December 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

With a new album coming out, and almost two decades of hits, I suppose it was the right time that Kylie should have an evening with some great new songs, one or two old (possibly redone) classics and some guests thrown in. I can't remember many of the new songs, I just remember on or two of them being okay, but the others were all great in the own way. Guests included Kylie's sister Danni, as well as fellow X Factor judge Simon Cowell, and ex and Neighbours co-star Jason Donovan. I wasn't what I was expecting with some almost lame sketches and mini gags when the singing wasn't on, I was expecting another Audience With type programme, but it was okay. Worth watching!


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