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Kylie Minogue celebrates 20 years since her iconic KylieFever2002 tour

Kylie Minogue has celebrated the 20th anniversary of her iconic KylieFever2002 tour.

The Melbourne-born superstar, 53, took to Instagram to share a slew of rare photos of the jaw-dropping outfits she wore during the production.

The 49-date tour, in support of her Fever album that spawned hits like Can’t Get You Out of My Head and Love At First Sight, was a triumph for the chart-topper.

Wow: Kylie Minogue has celebrated the 20th anniversary of her iconic KylieFever2002 tour by sharing slew of rare photos of the jaw-dropping outfits she wore during the production

Kylie’s throwback photos highlighted her stunning outfits for the tour, including her famous hooded white jumpsuit with glittering bra and miniskirt. 

‘Fever Tour 2002. Happy Anniversary. Were you there?’ she wrote to her 2.3 million followers on Instagram.

‘I’m still in love with this show!’ 

Triumph: The 49-date tour, in support of her Fever album that spawned hits like Can't Get You Out of My Head and Love At First Sight, was a triumph for the chart-topper

Triumph: The 49-date tour, in support of her Fever album that spawned hits like Can’t Get You Out of My Head and Love At First Sight, was a triumph for the chart-topper

The KylieFever2002 tour is now considered a benchmark for female artists.

The album itself reached No. 1 in Australia, Austria, Germany, Ireland and the UK.

Its lead single, Can’t Get You Out of My Head, topped the charts in 40 countries and is still one of the best-selling singles of all time.

Many fans relived their memories of the incredible tour in the comments section.

Cyborg: 'Fever Tour 2002. Happy Anniversary. Were you there?' the star questioned her 2.3 million followers on Instagram. 'I'm still in love with this show!!'

Cyborg: ‘Fever Tour 2002. Happy Anniversary. Were you there?’ the star questioned her 2.3 million followers on Instagram. ‘I’m still in love with this show!!’

‘I came one night and was so blown away I paid £500 for more tickets the next night from some tout… the best concert I have ever been too,’ one fan wrote. 

‘My favourite tour. Thanks to this tour I became your fan. The fever album and this tour is unbelievable and they still look so current,’ another wrote. 

‘The version of I Should Be So Lucky on this tour is tribal-ish and campy. My fave one,’ a third commented. 

Iconic: The lead single 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' topped the charts in 40 countries and is still one of the best selling singles of all time

Iconic: The lead single ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ topped the charts in 40 countries and is still one of the best selling singles of all time

Fans are waiting with bated breath for Kylie to announce a new stadium tour in support of her latest album, Disco.   

But she has remained tight-lipped about any concert dates since moving back to Australia several months ago.

Despite arriving later in her career, Disco has become one of her most popular albums, spawning hits like Real Groove and Magic.

Superstar: Kylie's fifteenth studio LP, Disco, topped the charts in Australia and the UK

Superstar: Kylie’s fifteenth studio LP, Disco, topped the charts in Australia and the UK

The release, Kylie’s fifteenth studio LP, topped the charts in Australia and the UK.  

Kylie has also released an ‘extended remixes’ version of the album filled with dancefloor-ready tracks.

She worked on Disco during Covid lockdown at her home studio in London.

Star: Despite arriving later in her career, Disco has become one of Kylie's most popular albums

Star: Despite arriving later in her career, Disco has become one of Kylie’s most popular albums

The Can’t Get You Out of My Head star previously told BBC2 the recording process was rather chaotic.

‘If there was a kind of fly-on-the-wall camera, it would’ve been a comedy,’ she said.  

‘I mean, me trying to wrangle the sound absorber, which bit goes where, lots of googling YouTube tutorials and calling a friend.’

Talented: Kylie worked on Disco during Covid lockdown at her home studio in London. Many commentators are praising the the optimistic, dance-ready tracks

Talented: Kylie worked on Disco during Covid lockdown at her home studio in London. Many commentators are praising the the optimistic, dance-ready tracks

At one point, she even questioned whether all of her efforts were worthwhile.

‘There was a point during lockdown and during all of that where I guess maybe the album was kind of finished. And I did question, what does this mean? What’s the point? There’s so much happening in the world and there’s no discos open,’ she said.

‘But the main question that kind of reassured me to keep going was, ‘What will I achieve if I don’t release it?’ And the answer – that’s really easy – was absolutely nothing. So we stuck with Disco.’

Queen of pop: Kylie is pictured here in Milan, Italy, on February 27

Queen of pop: Kylie is pictured here in Milan, Italy, on February 27

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