The holiday season has officially arrived.


UPDATE // NOVEMBER 1: Check out the Kyle Christmas: Snow Queen cover art above.

UPDATE // OCTOBER 26: The CD and DVD tracklist for Kylie’s Minogue’s Kylie Christmas was posted to Amazon, confirming a couple of new tunes and collaborations from Iggy Pop, Frank Sinatra(!!!), James Corden and sister Dannii Minogue.

Snow Queen Edition

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (feat. Frank Sinatra)
Winter Wonderland
Only You (with James Corden)
Stay Another Day
Christmas Wrapping (with Iggy Pop)
At Christmas
I’m Gonna Be Warm This Winter
Every Day’s Like Christmas
Wonderful Christmastime (with Mika)
100 Degrees (with Dannii Minogue)
Let It Snow
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
White December
2000 Miles
Santa Baby
Christmas Isn’t Christmas ‘Til You Get Here
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Oh Santa
Cried Out Christmas
Christmas Lights
Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)

Bolded tracks symbolize new songs.


Kylie Minogue will re-release her Christmas record before pursuing the next studio album.

Bittersweet news for fans of Australia’s pop princess. Minogue confirms she’s updating 2015’s Kylie Christmas with a couple more festive tracks before turning her attention to the next LP. “We’ve got some really, really good new additions to the Christmas album for this year,” Kylie told

We’ll take her word for it, but what about that followup to 2014’s Kiss Me Once? According to the “Million Miles” crooner, it’s in the beginning stages.

“I have started work on new material, the way the year’s panned out I won’t have that much time to work on it but my brain’s working overtime,” she said. “I’m so keen to get what’s in my brain out and turn it into what I hear in my head, make that a reality. So new music is really, consistently on my mind. I’ve opened the door and stepped into the room but I’ve yet to spend as much time there as I look.”

One person she opened that door with is longtime collaborator Robbie Williams. The two recorded a song together 16 years ago titled “Kids,” and they’re finally crafting a followup though it’s unclear whether it will land on his forthcoming record or hers.

“Where it’s going to go I couldn’t tell you, but it’s very good,” says Kylie.

Here’s to hoping it’s not a “Jingle Bells” remix.

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