Review of Kylie Minogue's 2011 Tour
15th April 2011
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The O2 Arena in London is filled with girls dressed as angels and there’s a man or two (yes, men) wearing revealing white dresses a la “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”. There is no question; Kylie Minogue is in town. She has been around for a while, but the fans stay faithful – the O2 is sold out and excitement is in the air. Kylie has rocked the country with her Aphrodite – Les Folies Tour 2011 and tonight she performs in London. The main theme of the show that awaits is clear as soon as the stage is revealed. An ancient Greek temple building takes up most of the space and in the style of a true Greek goddess, Kylie enters the stage carried in a giant shell that rises out of the stage floor. The show kicks off with the song “Aphrodite” from her latest album and armed warriors join Kylie on stage. She disappears for a while only to made another spectacular entrance, this time riding a giant golden horse. Her soldiers then drag her across the stage in a chariot as she delivers “I Believe In You”.
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