The Australian singer admitted she'd love to collaborate with Gaga
Kylie Minogue has admitted she would love to duet with Lady Gaga in the future.
The Australian singer was interviewed on Graham Norton’s Radio 2 show today (Feb 24) when a fan asked who she’d most like to duet with.
Minogue, 49, replied: “Wow, there’s plenty. I think all of the duets I’ve done over the years have just kind of come to me, so I’m just in this habit of not actively reaching out to people.
“But I don’t do many duets with ladies, so I would love to sing with [Lady] Gaga or something like that, it would be incredible.”
Minogue, who announced a huge UK and Ireland tour this week, has recorded a number of duets throughout her career, including tracks with Nick Cave, Jason Donovan and Robbie Williams.
The singer also opened up about how her many collaborations have come about, saying: “I think it can happen just really casually sometimes, just if you have mutual friends, or you’ve just got a project that feels like that person will be right for.
“I think it will be hard to beat Nick Cave ‘Where the Wild Roses Go’ and people still love ‘Kids’ with Robbie as well, and then ‘100 Degrees’ with my sister Dannii, so there’s a lot.”
The Australian pop icon will hit the road in September and October to mark the release of forthcoming album ‘Golden’.
‘Golden’ will be released on April 6, and will see Minogue taking an unlikely foray into country music after she headed to Nashville for the new record.
Last month, the singer released first single ‘Dancing’, along with new artwork for the upcoming album which sees the singer sit on a coach with a bejewelled guitar positioned in the background.