Gay icons and lookalike sisters Kylie, 54, and Dannii Minogue, 51, twin in matching black ensembles as they prepare for Sydney WorldPride
Kylie Minogue is set for a show-stopping performance at WorldPride in Sydney.
And on Friday, just hours before she was due to take to the stage, the pop princess was spotted with her younger sister Dannii.
The Aussie sisters almost looked like identical twins as they sported matching black ensembles and similar hairstyles.
Kylie, 54, and Dannii, 51, both appeared to be in good spirits as they stopped to take photos with fans.
It’s unclear if Dannii will be a surprise guest during Kylie’s performance or if she is simply there to support her big sister.
Kylie (left) and Dannii Minogue (right) were spotted in Sydney ahead of WorldPride on Friday
Sydney will be hosting the WorldPride event in 2023, and the opening concert is set to be a winner.
Kylie, Charli XCX and Jessica Mauboy will headline the Live and Proud gig on Friday, February 24.
The show will also air on television around the nation on ABC TV and ABC iview.
The concert will be followed by the 45th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on Saturday, February 25.
Other highlights during WorldPride include the Human Rights Conference, The First Nations Gala Concert and Pride March.
Sydney is set make history as the first city in the southern hemisphere to host a WorldPride event, after winning the rights in 2019.
Dannii was all smiles and appeared grateful as she greeted a loyal fan
Throwback: The lookalike sisters are pictured hugging each other at a premiere in October 2007
Sisters: Dannii is pictured on The X Factor (left) back in 2010 while Kylie is seen in London in July 2010 (right)
Star: Kylie rose to fame portraying Charlene Robinson on Australian soap opera Neighbours
Members of the worldwide InterPride network voted for Sydney to host in 2023, which will coincide with the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Sydney overwhelmingly defeated Montreal and Houston in a vote in Athens to decide on hosting rights for the festival, which is held every two years.
WorldPride Committee Chair Robyn Kennedy said the organisation had recognised the efforts of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
The event is expected to bring more than one million extra visitors to Sydney and inject $664million into the economy.
WorldPride is described as an event which promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues on an international level through parades, festivals and other cultural activities.
The first WorldPride event was launched in the year 2000 and was held in Rome.
Pop princess Kylie is pictured rehearsing for her performance
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