Kylie denies reports she's quitting label Parlophone

The popstar released 'Kiss Me Once' earlier this year

Kylie denies reports she's quitting label Parlophone

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Kylie Minogue has denied reports suggested she has left her record label Parlophone.

The Sun claimed that the singer has parted ways with her long-term label after her most recent album 'Kiss Me Once' was a "commercial disaster".

A source told the paper: "The deal with Parlophone has come to a natural end. She has the option to re-sign with them, but has decided against it because of what happened with 'Kiss Me Once'. Kylie is one of the world's leading pop stars, so she was bitterly disappointed about the performance of her album. Kylie did everything she could, even agreeing to be a judge on The Voice for a year, which is something she would've liked to avoid."

However, tweeting about the story, Kylie wrote:


Kylie will play nine dates across the UK and Ireland in September and October this year. She will play:

Liverpool Echo Arena (September 24)
Manchester Phones 4u Arena (26)
London O2 (29, 30)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (October 3)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (5)
Birmingham The NIA (7)
Dublin O2 (Nov 8)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (9)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (11)
Glasgow The SSE Hydro (12)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (13)


To check the availability of Kylie tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now.

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