Kylie Minogue’s incredible 50th birthday bash isn’t an occassion she or her lucky guests will be forgetting in a hurry.
The disco-themed extravaganza saw Kylie ring in her milestone day in spectacular style as she partied alongside her nearest and dearest – and a whole host of showbiz pals.
Celebrity hotspot Chiltern Firehouse provided the ideal backdrop for the raucous evening, which featured guest performers, a glitter canon and lots and lots of dancing.
The birthday girl arrived dressed in a stunning gold gown, ensuring she commanded all the attention on the night- even among her star-studded guestlist.
Alan Carr, Graham Norton, Amanda Holden , Australian actor Guy Pearce, David Walliams and Kylie’s ex Jason Donovan were all in attendance.
The first surprise of the night saw the pop princess serenaded by Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters.
Jake donned a red sequined jumpsuit as he performed on stage while a delighted Kylie danced beside him.
The pair then led the room into a rousing singalong of the Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers classic Islands in the Stream.
Kylie then took the mic on her own as she and her band performed her hit single Love At First Sight.
And if that wasn’t enough, Rick Astley then appeared for a rendition of Never Gonna Give You Up.
The 80’s crooner treated fans to a special version of the that included lyrics from Kylie’s own chart-topper I Should Be So Lucky.
"I feel f***in’ marvellous," Astley told the crowds, to whoops of appreciation.
Kylie then took her place under the glitterball as her guests came together to sing her a happy birthday.
Aferwards she took the mic and addressed her captive audience.
"I am absolutely trembling. I’m crying so much on the inside, so maybe a little bit is going come out.
"Thank you all so much," she said through her tears.
Addressing how she felt about r eaching the big 5-0 mir Kylie joked she struggled to summarise her emotions without swearing.
“I don’t know if it is the 50 thing, it probably has a lot to do with it, but life is maybe slowing down, which sounds ridiculous because there is still so much going on, but it’s happening at a slightly different pace, and a different head space, and a different understanding.
"I haven’t quite figured out how to express it yet, but what it apparent is that people can see it and I know it’s happening.
"I feel good and thankful.”
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