Over twenty years since their smash hit Kids, Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams are set to duet again on a new song.

2000's Kids hit number nine in Ireland and narrowly missing out on the number one spot in UK chart to U2's Beautiful Day and Robbie has now revealed that he and the Australian star have "big plans" for the track’s follow-up.

Speaking to the Daily Star, he said, "I have a song with Miss Kylie Minogue, I have big plans for it if she is up for it. I have big plans."

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The paper quotes an "insider", who says, "Kylie and Robbie have recorded a new song together. It’s their first collab since Kids in 2000 and Robbie is keen to make it a single. Due to Covid there are no concrete plans for the release.

"It won’t be a mini drop like Kylie recently did with her Studio 2054 remix of Real Groove with Dua Lipa."

Williams recently said his next album will have a "disco feel" after he was inspired by Kylie’s 2001 track Your Disco Needs You, which he co-wrote.


"I’ve got to say, as I look down the list of my new songs from my new album, that I don’t know when it’s coming out. It’s got a very disco feel to it." he said.

He has also revealed that he’s forming a new band, but it won’t include any of his former Take That bandmates.

According to reports, he’s working with a pair of Australian songwriters in the yet-to-be-named group, who have already penned several songs, which are due for release soon.