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The rebirth of dance music legend Giorgio Moroder steps up a notch today with the official release of “Right Here, Right Now” featuring Kylie Minogue. The pop-dance track is destined to become a huge club anthem due to its pulsating beat and pedigree. It’s off the Italian producer’s forthcoming album, his first in over 30 years. It’ll feature other high-profile collaborations from Sia, Britney Spears, Charli XCX and many more.

For those who don’t know who Moroder is, he’s a four-time Grammy Award winner credited with pioneering synth disco and electronic dance music. He’s produced iconic Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 singles for Donna Summer, Irene Cara and Blondie. In addition, he’s won Academy Awards for “Flashdance … What a Feeling,” (Flashdance) and “Take My Breath Away” (Top Gun).

No word yet on when the music video for Moroder and Mingoue’s collaboration will premiere, but a short teaser has been released. Check it out below.

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Giorgio Moroder is a legendary producer credited with pioneering synth disco and electronic dance music and best known for his collaborations with Donna Summer. This year, the 74-year-old Italian producer releases his first LP in over 30 years and has enlisted an impressive roster of talent to provide vocals. Some of the talent involved include Sia, Charli XCX, Britney Spears, Foxes, Mikky Ekko and Kylie Minogue.

Speaking of the latter, “Right Here, Right Now” featuring the Aussie diva has surfaced. Not surprisingly, it’s beyond sick. Love the vintage disco vibe. Dare I say it’s better than anything featured on her previous album, Kiss Me Once. Don’t take my word for it, give it a listen below. Can’t wait for the accompanying video to drop.

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When compared to some of my friends who are hardcore card-carrying Lovers, I might seem like a hater. To be fair, most would. I was never a huge fan of Kylie Minogue. I liked some of her music but never had an urge to see her in concert.

However, when the opportunity presented itself to see the Aussie superstar perform in her native Australia at Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras a few years ago, I had to check it out. After watching the 47-year-old tear it up in the early morning, I became a believer. I can only imagine what the euphoria would be like after watching a full-length concert instead of a limited set.

On December 23, ITV aired Kylie Minogue‘s Kylie: Kiss Me Once concert tour which taped during her stop at Glasgow’s Hydro Arena. The special featured Kylie singing most of her hits from way back including “I Should Be So Lucky” and “Locomotion” to recent favorites such as “Sexercize” and “Kiss Me Once.” All the while looking stunningly campy in her original Dolce & Gabbana outfits. Check out the entire show below.

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson goes up against the biggest rock of them all- planet Earth. The 42-year-old actor stars in the upcoming disaster flick San Andreas showing the damage a magnitude 9 earthquake can inflict on California and its surrounding states if the infamous fault lives up to its violent potential.

The first teaser trailer just dropped and it reminds me of the West Coast version of The Day After Tomorrow. It’s about time New York got a break ;)

Joining The Rock in the film are True Detective‘s Alexandra Daddario, Paul Giamatti, Kylie Minogue, Colton Haynes, Archie Panjabi and Kylie Minogue. He also reunites with his Race to Witch Mountain co-star Carla Gugino. San Andreas hits theaters May 29, 2015.

Check out the teaser trailer below which shows the Hollywood sign, Hoover Dam and other landmarks crumbling. The eerie cover of the Mamas and the Papa’s “California Dreams” playing in the background adds a nice touch.

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Months ago, Kylie Minogue surprised fans with four new tracks she recorded in collaboration with Fernando Garibay. Even better was the fact they were all available to download for free. The two have joined forces once again for the short film “Sleepwalker.” For those lucky enough to catch Minogue on her Kiss Me Once Tour in Europe this Fall, had an opportunity to see this gorgeous visual. Now the rest of her Lovers worldwide get a glimpse of it.

The 46-year-old singer rocks out fashions by Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce & Gabbana, Meadham Kirchhoff and Christian Louboutin while posing dramatically to create some unique silhouettes. According to Vogue UK, where the clip first premiered, Kylie transforms into a case of characters, from Miss Havisham to Sleeping Beauty. Watch the eight-minute long clip below produced by SLoggi.

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To say this Beach Boys cover is star-studded would be an understatement. Pharrell Williams, One Direction, Kylie Minogue, Lorde and a slew of others take on the 1960s classic “God Only Knows.” The new rendition is to help promote the launch of BBC Music.

“All of the artists did such a beautiful job I can’t thank them enough,” Brian Wilson has said of working with the stars. “I’m just honored that ‘God Only Knows’ was chosen. ‘God Only Knows’ is a very special song. An extremely spiritual song and one of the best I’ve ever written.”

Other famous faces contributing to the song and appearing in the sensational music video are Elton John, Florence Welch Stevie Wonder, Jamie Cullum, Emeli Sande, Paloma Faith, Chris Martin, Dave Grohl and the Beach Boys’ very own Brian Wilson. Proceeds from sales of the single are going to BBC’s Children in Need foundation. Check out the visual below.

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Kylie Minogue Covers Bette Davis Eyes

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‘Her hair is Harlowe gold, Her lips sweet surprise.’ Sounds like it’s describing Kylie Minogue, doesn’t it? No wonder the Aussie pop superstar chose to cover “Bette Davis Eyes.”

Tackling Kim Carnes’ 1981 classic is a smart choice by the 46-year-old singer. It fits her wheelhouse perfectly. Minogue’s synth-pop rendition is for BBC Radio 2′s Sounds Of The ’80s. Give it a listen below. It’s a must for all of Kylie’s lovers.

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If you’re a fan of Kylie Minogue, this clip is a must see. The 46-year-old closed out the Commonwealth Games with a glitzy and campy show. The almost 30-minute performance included seven of the Aussie pop star’s greatest hits.

Minogue kicked things off with “Spinning Around,” followed by “Love At First Sight,” “Into The Blue,” “Locomotion,” “All The Lovers” before closing things out with “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.”

The show was so fabulous, fellow Aussie, steeplechase runner Genevieve LaCaze crashed the stage, dancing along with Kylie’s shirtless male dancers. Hell, I would’ve done it as well had the opportunity presented itself. Check out the extravaganza below.

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