Kylie releases her gay scene video today

The pop princess is back in hotpants for her new single, Timebomb, and dancing in the streets of London's Soho

Kylie releases her gay scene video today
25 May 2012

Pop princess Kylie dances through London’s gay district, Soho, in hotpants and a leather jacket emblazed with a red heart in her new video, out today (25 May).  

The Timebomb video sees Kylie hitting the streets of London’s Soho before jumping in an open-top sports car for a high-speed trip around the UK’s capital before swapping for a motorbike.

Timebomb is a return to the classic Kylie sound that perfectly coincides with the 43-year olds celebration of 25 years in the music industry, known as K25.

The track will be featured on Kylie’s upcoming Greatest Hits collection.

The collection includes such classic Kylie hits as Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, Spinning Around and I Should be so Lucky.

Kylie’s Greatest Hits is due for release in the UK on 4 June and in the US on 19 June.

Kylie will perform Timebomb on the semi-final of UK talent show, The Voice, on the BBC this Sunday (27 May).

Kylie will also be performing at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace on 4 June along with gay superstar Elton John and bisexual pop sensation Jessie J.

Timebomb is now available for download on iTunes.

Watch the video here:

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