Dannii Minogue has revealed that she and her sister Kylie Minogue could have a new surprise collaboration in the pipeline.
The siblings, who delighted fans when they performed at the Sydney WorldPride Opening Concert, Live And Proud, at The Domain, in February, are keen to work together once again.
‘Performances are always so fun anyway, but to take it to the next level like that is just so good’ she told news.com.au of the WorldPride show.
‘There’s never a plan of what’s next, but who knows … we’ll work out something’ she hinted.
Elsewhere in the interview, the pop singer admitted that she thought she was done with music for good after she was dropped by her record label when her 1997 album, Girl, failed to make a splash on the charts.
Dannii Minogue (pictured) has revealed that she and her sister Kylie Minogue could have a new surprise collaboration in the pipeline
‘Once I was dropped, I thought I was never coming back to music,’ she tells the publication.
‘I thought, I’ve had a really good run, it’s been amazing, and I’m quite happy with that. I just started to lean back.’
Luckily, she later picked up a new deal with London Records and released her iconic record, Neon Nights
It comes after Dannii admitted that sharing the stage with her sister was a nerve wracking moment.
The stars joined in on a rendition of Kylie’s hit, All The Lovers, delighting the crowd and viewers watching the live stream around the world.
The siblings, who delighted fans when they performed at the Sydney WorldPride Opening Concert at The Domain in February (pictured), are keen to work together again
Dannii, 51, admitted that she had the jitters before the gig as it was the first time she’d been on stage in eight years.
‘It was wild!’ the Australian pop star said on The Project last week.
‘The day before we were rehearsing and the sound guy, I have worked with him before with Kylie, he said, ‘Gosh, it’s been eight years since your last performance.’
‘And at that point I went, ‘Oh, gosh, that’s why I’m so nervous!”
Despite her nerves, Dannii said it was joyful to be back on stage, especially after the pandemic lockdowns.
‘It was such a joy, coming up from Melbourne to Sydney, after lockdown, to be able to enjoy a crowd of people and music, there’s nothing like that, a live gig’.
‘There’s never a plan of what’s next, but who knows … we’ll work out something’ she hinted
The This Is It hitmaker is currently celebrating the 20th anniversary of her fourth album, Neon Nights, with a special edition re-release.
Kylie recently celebrated the success of Dannii’s her new single We Could be the One, which hit number five on the UK Singles Downloads Chart.
The 55-year-old music legend announced the happy news about her younger sister with a heart warming post on Saturday.
Posting to Instagram, Kylie shared a picture of herself sharing the stage with Dannii taken during the Sydney World Pride Opening Concert.
‘So proud of my sister. Being together in the charts is crazy, amazing and wonderful,’ Kylie gushed in the caption.
Dannii’s We Could Be The One, which is the theme song for her new gay dating show, I Kissed A Boy, was released last week.
Elsewhere in the interview, the pop singer admitted that she thought she was done with music for good after she was dropped by her record label when her 1997 album, Girl, failed to make a splash on the charts