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Kylie Minogue sizzles in striking silver dress to announce exciting news

Kylie Minogue has unveiled an exquisite new photograph of herself wearing an unbelievable slinky silver number.MORE: Kylie Minogue looks lovely in flirty pink satin dress on special occasionDressed to impress, the 54-year-old looked sensational in the futuristic-inspired metallic dress which featured a one-shouldered neckline, heart-shaped bodice and a batwing sleeve.WATCH: Kylie Minogue looks flawless in dazzling array of mini-dressesThe star certainly knows what suits her and this gorgeous space-age dress was spot on. The picture comes as she has been unveiled as the headline act at Atlantis, The Palm's legendary New Year's Eve Gala Dinner With this year's theme titled, A Night with The Stars, Atlantis welcomes a return from Kylie, who first performed in the Middle East at the resort's grand opening back in 2008.MORE: Kylie Minogue shimmies in slinky gold two-piece as she joins Olly Alexander at secret gigSEE: Inside Kylie Minogue's lavish London residence where flats cost up to £111millionFeaturing a set list of chart-topping hits and fan favourites, revellers can look forward to an electrifying performance to kick off 2023 with true dusting of magic.
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Watch Lizzo make history by playing the Library Of Congress’ 200-year-old crystal flute
Lizzo has made history by becoming the first person in two centuries to play the Library of Congress’ 200-year-old crystal flute.The huge moment took place last night (September 27) at Lizzo’s Washington, DC show where she played the flute which was originally owned by the fourth president of the United States, James Madison.Sharing a clip of the performance on Twitter after the show, Lizzo wrote: “NOBODY HAS EVER HEARD THIS FAMOUS CRYSTAL FLUTE BEFORE […] NOW YOU HAVE.”“I’M THE FIRST AND ONLY PEROSN TO EVER PLAY THIS PRESIDENTIAL 200-YEAR-OLD CRYSTAL FLUTE – THANK YOU @librarycongress.”NOBODY HAS EVER HEARD THIS FAMOUS CRYSTAL FLUTE BEFORENOW YOU HAVEIM THE FIRST & ONLY PERSON TO EVER PLAY THIS PRESIDENTIAL 200-YEAR-OLD CRYSTAL FLUTE— THANK YOU @librarycongress ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VgXjpC49sO— FOLLOW @YITTY (@lizzo) September 28, 2022During her set, Lizzo – who is a classically trained flautist – provided her fans with insight into the instrument’s history.“This is from the early 1800s,” she said. “This was a gift to James Madison from a French crystal-flute designer, to celebrate his second term.“There was a fire […] and the only two things that were saved were a portrait of George Washington and this crystal flute right here.
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