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Kylie Minogue going Gaga for new album
Kylie Minogue is apparently taking tips from Lady Gaga for her "sexy" new music.

The Australian popstar released record Kiss Me Once last year but the sales were relatively disappointing.

Now it's though she's working on a Latin sound with the help of Gaga's friend Fernando Garibay and renowned producer Giorgio Moroder.

'She is doing another EP with our friend Fernando who did most of GaGa's Born This Way," Giorgio explained to British newspaper Daily Star, adding that Kylie is a "darling".

'There's four tracks that are very sexy and very uncommercial ' beautiful new sounds.'

The 46-year-old has never shied away from saucy lyrics and dance routines and has become known the world over for her pert derriere, which she loves to show off in tiny hot pants.

And there's no stopping her now, with Kylie keen to make her new material as sultry as possible.

'She asked me if I could do a little talk in Italian on her music," 74-year-old Giorgio grinned.

'She wanted it really sexy, like a Latin lover ' heavy breathing. I think she was quite happy.

'She told me: 'I should have worked with you ten years ago.'"

This could be Kylie's year, after it was revealed she will headline London's British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park in June yesterday. She will be joined by Grace Jones and Nile Rodgers.

"I have great memories of playing shows there and am looking forward to doing it all again," she gushed, following the announcement.

"Given the amazing artists performing and that it will be the longest day of the year, I can't wait!"
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