Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue set for first duet in 16 years

Pair are reportedly working on follow-up to 2000's 'Kids'

Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue are reportedly teaming up for their first duet for 16 years.

The pair first collaborated on ‘Kids’ in 2000, and are said to be reuniting for a track on Williams’ new album. Approached by NME, Minogue and Williams’ joint PR refused to comment on The Sun‘s speculation about the pair’s new duet.

Williams recently announced a new record deal with Sony, having released his previous two albums – ‘Take The Crown’ in 2012 and ‘Swings Both Ways’ in 2013 – on Universal.


Minogue and Williams have remained friends since ‘Kids’, though Williams admitted he offended the Australian singer by drunkenly laughing at her when he saw her naked. He revealed in his 2010 autobiography You Know Me: “I couldn’t figure out why my banter wouldn’t work, why my natural ability to just be myself went awry.”

Williams’ new album is said to be followed by him rejoining Take That for the second time for a tour to mark the group’s 25th anniversary. Gary Barlow said the tour would see the band back to “a four” despite Jason Orange’s departure in 2014. Williams previously rejoined Take That for their album ‘Progress’ in 2010.