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Kylie Minogue makes low-key visit to Sydney

Kylie Minogue was seen arriving in Australia for what appears to be a much-needed break in her homeland.

The pop princess touched down in Sydney Airport on early Tuesday morning in a very low-key affair.

The 55-year-old happily ditched the glam for comfort as she walked through the terminal wearing a black bomber jacket, black trousers, khaki cap and dark sunnies.

Minogue and her female travel companion were then escorted to a waiting van by airport staff, who appeared to help her with her carry-on bags.

Minogue’s trip back home comes off the back of busy year for the singer.

Last month, she celebrated her win at the Grammy Awards after taking out the 2024 Best Pop Dance Recording for her electro-pop hit Padam Padam – her first win in 20 years. She previously won in 2004 for Best Dance Recording for her hit Come Into My World.

Her win was announced ahead of the televised ceremony in Crypto.com Arena while she was getting ready in her hotel room before the red carpet.

Taking to social media with a celebratory video, the singer could be seen being told by someone, “Two-time Grammy winner”, as she screamed and danced around in a bathrobe.

Minogue was also named Global Icon at the BRIT Awards earlier this month, where she was recognised as a “master of musical reinvention” for her 36 years — “and counting” — of music.

She also attended the Oscars in LA last week during some downtime from performing her Las Vegas residency at the Voltaire in The Venetian Hotel, which kicked off last November.

She is now on a brief hiatus from her residency, with her concerts not resuming until the end of April.

But her workload doesn’t seem to ease anytime soon with the singer recently announced as the headline act for Splendour in the Grass this coming July.

Minogue will play an exclusive show at the Byron Bay festival in Northern NSW. Under the terms of her appearance, she can only play at the festival, and not at any secret or side shows.

The three-day festival has brought in other exclusive acts including rapper FUTURE and Turnstile alongside a strong line-up of Australian artists, including G-Flip and Tones and I.

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