Kylie Minogue reveals what she really thinks of viral ‘Padam Padam’ memes as she talks success of new album Tension
Kylie Minogue has revealed her love of the ‘Padam Padam’ memes on Twitter.
The legendary Australian hitmaker, 55, spoke to ET Canada, where she praised clever fans for making viral memes.
‘Stop it, no don’t stop it,’ a playful Kylie said, in response to the memes.
‘I don’t know if this has ever happened to me. People are so funny and clever and I think it’s only just began. So yeah, I love seeing them.’
Kylie also spoke of the stress she felt to replicate the success of her last album 2020’s Disco with the release of her new album Tension.
Kylie Minogue, 55, has revealed what she really thinks of viral ‘Padam Padam’ memes as she talked about the success of the new album on Canada’s Entertainment Tonight. Pictured
‘I was about to say no [I didn’t feel pressure]. But I just dialled back to the sleepless nights. That was just my pressure. I didn’t feel outside pressure,’ she said.
‘I was back in the world and I wanted to be able to deliver Tension,’ she added.
Memes from Kylie’s song have gone viral on Twitter. The Padam, Padam title is meant to signal the beat of a heart.
Fans have flocked to Twitter to make viral memes about the song title and its signal of a heartbeat. Pictured are examples of these memes
Padam Padam has been a knockout success since its release in May.
The addictive dance track has become a viral sensation on TikTok and Twitter, racking up millions of views through hilarious memes.
It’s also shaping up to be a massive hit on the music charts, becoming her highest-charting single in Australia in over a decade after debuting at No. 39 in its first week.
The song is racing up the UK charts too, hitting No. 1 on the UK Big Top 40 chart, which measures radio airplay, iTunes sales and Apple Music streaming.
Padam Padam has raced up the charts since its release in May. Kyle is pictured in the film clip for the song
It’s shaping up to be a massive hit on the music charts in Australia, becoming her highest-charting single Down Under in over a decade after debuting at No. 39 in its first week.