Kylie Minogue is ‘in talks for a £100m Las Vegas residency’

Kylie Minogue is ‘in talks for a £100m Las Vegas residency and is ready to sign up for an exciting 12-week run’

  • The Australian pop star, 54, is said to be ready to sign up for a 12-week run in Sin City, with an insider saying ‘everyone involved is hugely excited’ 
  • Planet Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace are reported to have made offers to Kylie, while record label Sony BMG are alleged to be liaising potential spin-off deals 

Kylie Minogue is reportedly in talks for £100million Las Vegas residency.

The Australian pop star, 54, is said to be ready to sign up for a 12-week run in Sin City, with an insider saying ‘everyone involved is hugely excited’.

Planet Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace (home to Adele’s current residency) are reported to have made offers to Kylie, while record label Sony BMG are alleged to be liaising potential spin-off deals.

OMG! Kylie Minogue, 54, is reportedly in talks for £100million Las Vegas residency with the Australian pop star said to be ready to sign up for a 12-week run in Sin City (Pictured in 2019)

OMG! Kylie Minogue, 54, is reportedly in talks for £100million Las Vegas residency with the Australian pop star said to be ready to sign up for a 12-week run in Sin City (Pictured in 2019)

A source told The Sun: ‘While Kylie may not have a huge profile Stateside, she is an absolutely massive draw for the Brits.

‘She has a cult gay following especially, and it’s felt she will easily draw in the pink pound. Kylie visited a few venues in the summer, and numerous meetings have since been held.

‘It’s a no brainer for Kylie – easy money, and no touring. Everyone involved is hugely excited about the prospect.’

MailOnline has contacted Kylie Minogue’s representatives for comment. 

Exciting! Planet Hollywood and Caesar's Palace are reported to have made offers to Kylie, while record label Sony BMG are alleged to be liaising potential spin-off deals

Exciting! Planet Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace are reported to have made offers to Kylie, while record label Sony BMG are alleged to be liaising potential spin-off deals

New music! Kylie was back in the studio in London over the summer, laying down tracks for her 16th album

New music! Kylie was back in the studio in London over the summer, laying down tracks for her 16th album

Kylie spent much of the summer in London, in the studio recording new music, working with famed songwriter Kamille, who penned some of Little Mix’s biggest hits.

If put together for an album, it will be her 16th, and first since 2020’s Disco, which hit number one in both the UK and Australia. 

A source told The Sun at the time: ‘Kylie was excited about hitting the road to tour her new album as Covid restrictions meant her planned Disco tour never happened.

It has been more than three years since her Golden tour and she is itching to perform,’ they said.

16th album on its way!? It will be Kylie's first album since 2020's Disco, which hit number one in both the UK and Australia

16th album on its way!? It will be Kylie’s first album since 2020’s Disco, which hit number one in both the UK and Australia 

Las Vegas has proved to be a popular destination for megastar singers to rake in the cash from their armies of loyal fans. 

Tickets for Adele’s rescheduled Las Vegas concerts are on sale for a staggering £200,000 each

The Mail on Sunday established there are tickets available from resale sites, costing from £650 for ‘nosebleed seats’ in the balcony to an eye-watering £197,698, for a central position on the front row – offered via StubHub ticket exchange. 

Fans who had tickets for the cancelled Vegas show are able to use their tickets for the rescheduled concerts, which kick off on November 18 – but many have decided to sell instead.

Following in footsteps: Las Vegas has proved to be a popular destination for megastars to rake in the cash from their armies of loyal fans (Pictured: Adele who has a Las Vegas residency)

Following in footsteps: Las Vegas has proved to be a popular destination for megastars to rake in the cash from their armies of loyal fans (Pictured: Adele who has a Las Vegas residency) 

A source explained: ‘Most people hung on to their tickets and the £200,000 ask is a big one but clearly whoever is trying to resell those tickets thinks they might be able to get the big bucks.

‘There are more reasonably priced seats available but you would expect prices to soar closer to the first concert date as people make last-minute plans to head to Vegas to see her.

‘If someone is asking £200,000 a ticket they must believe there is someone out there willing to pay.’

Earlier in the year standard seats were available for about £175, with the cheapest starting at £75 but all seats sold out within minutes. 

Fans were left devastated in January when Adele cancelled her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace just 24 hours before the first show. 

Sin City: Fans were left devastated in January when Adele cancelled her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace just 24 hours before the first show

Sin City: Fans were left devastated in January when Adele cancelled her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace just 24 hours before the first show

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