Huge pop star in talks for £100million Las Vegas residency like Adele | The Sun

KYLIE Minogue is in talks for a £100million residency in Las Vegas, The Sun can reveal.

The Australian superstar, 54, is ready to put pen to paper for a money-spinning 12 week stay – following in the footsteps of Adele.

Kylie – who is also playing a lucrative New Year's Eve gig in Dubai next month – visited potential Sin City venues in May.

Planet Hollywood and Caesar's Palace are understood to have made offers for the Aussie star, with record label Sony BMG also liaising about potential spin-off deals.

Last night a source said: "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. 

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"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."

Last week Tottenham born singer Adele finally debuted her Vegas show which has won critical plaudits.

The star is said to be earning around £750,000 per show. 

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Other stars to have headlined Vegas in recent years include Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry.

Adele, 34, broke down in tears during her opening night.

She said: “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.

"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."

Adele, who opened her iconic show with track Hello, added in her signature bold style: "I will remember this night for the rest of my f**king life, better late than never."

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The pop princess was referring to the postponement of the residency – originally billed for January – which caused outrage among ticket-holders with only a day's notice.

At the time, Adele posted an emotional video to her Instagram citing "delivery delays and covid" to blame for the show's abrupt delay.

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