Kylie exhibition comes to London

The singer puts those famous hotpants on display

A free exhibition charting Kylie Minogue‘s rise to fame is set to be held in London.

The ‘Word Is Out’ show, which is due to take place at the Albert Museum from February 8 2007, will feature a host of photographs and costumes, including Kylie‘s famous gold hotpants.

The exhibition is also set to visit Manchester and Glasgow after a period of three months at the London venue, reports BBC News.


Before the event Kylie will kick off her Showgirl UK tour dates in January with six shows at London Wembley Arena along with further dates at Manchester MEN.

She will play:

London Wembley Arena (January 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9)

Mancester MEN (12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 19)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/gigs.

Kylie is also strongly tipped to headline the Sunday night of Glastonbury 2007, two years after having to pull out following her breast cancer diagnosis.


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