Kylie Minogue Heartbroken As Jason Donovan Chooses David Walliams Over Her VIDEO -
Kylie Minogue and David Walliams

Kylie Minogue and David Walliams

Kylie Minogue Heartbroken As Jason Donovan Chooses David Walliams Over Her VIDEO

by Paul Cashmere on March 22, 2014

in News

Kylie Minogue has sung her broken heart out for one of her funniest performances ever.

The Australian pop star appeared on the Sports Relief benefit show in the UK on Friday night. Sport Relief is a biennial charity event from Comic Relief, in association with BBC Sport, which brings together the worlds of sport and entertainment to raise money to help vulnerable people in both the UK and the world’s poorest countries.

Kylie Minogue performed her classic hit ‘Especially For You’, initially with David Walliams of Little Britain fame and then with an appearance from her original co-singer Jason Donovan.

Walliams, done up like 80s Donovan, sang the song with a backdrop of photoshopped pics of him and Kylie from the 80s, replacing the original Jason and Kylie Neighbours images.

Then Jason Donovan walks on … and past Kylie, to complete the song with Walliams.

Watch one of Kylie’s funniest performances ever

Kylie Minogue announced her UK and European tour this weekend. Her ‘Kiss Me Once’ album also became her 4th number one album in Australia.

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