Kylie Minogue potential £100,000,000 Las Vegas residency

Las Vegas Residency 

Acting to singing, Kylie Minogue Las Vegas residency sounds like the very thing dreams are made of right?

The 54-year-old star is said to be in talks for a £100million Vegas residency, which would see her belt out all her biggest hits and, without doubt, put on the most dazzling show.

According to reports, Kylie is more than ready to sign up for a 12-week run in Sin City Planet Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace – currently hosting Adele’s Vegas residency – have made offers to Kylie, showing how keen they are for her to sign on the dotted line.

Music record label Sony BMG is liaising for ‘potential spin-off deals’and 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.’

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

Ok, we’re totally obsessed with this idea already and imagining all kinds of sparkling outfits.

Kylie has spent most of the summer in London recording new music which, if released, would mark her 16th studio album and her first since 2020’s Disco.

Meanwhile, after kicking off her own Vegas residency in style, Adele is said to be raking it in.

The Hello hitmaker was finally able to start her Weekends With Adele shows this month after the pandemic caused her to cancel last minute.

As a result, she’s reportedly earning around £750k per show – wow.

Tickets for the concerts are going for up to £200k each on resale sites, according to the Mail on Sunday, with everyone desperate to catch a glimpse of the star.

Other big names to have headlined Vegas in recent years include Britney Spears, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez.

As for the most successful (see: lucrative) Las Vegas stint, Celine Dion holds that title.

She’s one of the longest-standing Vegas performers and has played 427 shows across two residencies, A New Day, which ran from 2003 to 2007 and Celine  from 2011 to 2019.

The shows combined to grossed $681.3million and sold over 4.5million tickets, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Filled with gratitude and joy, Adele, 34, told her own fans on her opening night: ‘I should be giving you a standing ovation, thank you so much for coming back to me. I really appreciate it. You look amazing and it looks just what I imagined it would look like, it’s perfect.

‘I’m so scared and nervous, but I am so happy, I don’t know what I was thinking putting piano ballads at the top of the set, hopefully over time my nerves will disappear.’

She added: ‘I would also really like to thank Caesar’s because there have been a lot of rumours and they never once asked any questions, they’ve been amazing.

‘Only legends have been through these doors, I’m so honoured. I have no idea what I’ve embarked on for five months, but I can’t wait.’

Who knows, maybe Kylie will be joining that list of ‘legends’ soon…

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