Minogue to perform with `Scissor Sisters`
London: Australian pop-singer Kylie Minogue is all set to debut her first stage show with `Scissor Sisters`, after cancer treatment.
Minogue, who was to perform in the top slot at the 2005 Glastonbury festival, had to back out at that time after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
The 42-year-old singer is set to enthrall the aundiences with her performance on this Saturday, at the festival which begins today, a news website reported.
The Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis said that he has "moved on" from the intention of including Minogue in headlining slot of performances at the rock event after she expressed a keen desire to be a part of it.
"The Scissors are pulling out all the stops to make this the performance of the festival. They`re commissioning outrageous costumes and they`ve lined up Kylie... It`s going to be quite a party," a source reported.
Even after Eavis` statement, Minogue will stage her voice at the event alongside `Scissor Sisters` and Jake Shears- who was the lyricist of 2004 hit `I Believe In You`.
Minogue will also share the stage with Sir Ian McKellen on Scissors` latest track.