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Kylie Minogue at the 2024 GRAMMYS wearing a red gown and holding her trophy

Kylie Minogue Wins Her First GRAMMY in 20 Years!

Kylie Minogue is screaming with joy – as she most certainly should! The Aussie superstar has won her first GRAMMY in 20 years!

The beloved musician was up against David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray (Baby Don’t Hurt Me), Calvin harris featuring Ellie Goulding (Miracle), Bebe Rexha and David Guetta (One in a Million) and Troye Sivan (Rush) in the category for Best Pop Dance Recording.

Kylie won for her song ‘Padam Padam’, making her the first-ever winner of the category and marking her 2nd GRAMMY win overall after six nominations during her career. She last won in 2004 for her song ‘Come Into My World’. (Fun Fact: Two other new categories were introduced at this year’s GRAMMYs including Best Alternative Jazz Album which went to Meshell Ndegeocello and Best African Music Performance which went to Tyla.)

Kylie’s team posted footage of the moment she’d heard she won on social media showing the musician in her bathrobe, jumping up and down with delight.


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Producer Peter “Lostboy” Rycroft took to the stage to accept the award on behalf of himself, Kylie and mixing engineer Guy Massey.

Kylie did eventually turn up to the awards, walking the red carpet in a spectacular red gown with corset detail by Dolce & Gabbana.

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You can check out the full list of winners, nominees and history-makers from the 2024 GRAMMY Awards here!


(Feature Image Credit: Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Nehal is an award-winning news presenter, author of "A Kids Book About Kindness Online" and founder of CelebrityKind. She has dedicated her career to creating connected and healthy spaces in the media. When she's not writing, you'll find Nehal hanging with family, dancing to Beyoncé, interpreting Taylor Swift lyrics or watching old eps of Oprah.