Kylie Minogue cuts a casual figure as she arrives ahead of the headlining WorldPride concert in Sydney – with the massive LGBTQ event coming to Australia for the first time
Kylie Minogue cut a relaxed figure as she arrived at Sydney Airport ahead of her headlining show at WorldPride on Sunday.
The 54-year-old smiled widely as she crossed the terminal with a designer tote slung over one arm and a crossbody bag from YSL.
The pop star was dressed casually for her flight, sporting a simple black t-shirt and comfy sweatpants.
She finished off her ensemble with a pair of leather loafers and had a deep pink sweater tied around her shoulder.
Kylie wore sunglasses to protect her famous face and appeared to be wearing minimal makeup while wearing her blonde tresses around her face.
Kylie Minogue (pictured) cut a relaxed figure as she arrived at Sydney Airport ahead of her headlining show at WorldPride on Sunday
Sydney is set to host the WorldPride event in 2023 – and the opening concert is expected to be a winner.
Kylie, Charli XCX and Jessica Mauboy will headline Live and Proud’s performance on Friday, February 24th.
The show is also televised nationally on ABC TV and ABC iview.
The concert will be followed by the 45th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on Saturday 25 February.
Other highlights during WorldPride include the Human Rights Conference, the First Nations Gala Concert and the Pride March.
Sydney will make history as the first city in the Southern Hemisphere to host a WorldPride event after winning the rights in 2019.
The 54-year-old smiled widely as she crossed the terminal with a designer tote slung over one arm and a crossbody bag from YSL
Sydney will host the WorldPride event in 2023. Kylie, Charli XCX and Jessica Mauboy will headline the Live and Proud performance on Friday February 24th
Members of the global InterPride network voted to host Sydney in 2023, which will coincide with the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Sydney overwhelmingly defeated Montreal and Houston in a vote in Athens to determine hosting rights for the biennial festival.
WorldPride Committee Chair Robyn Kennedy said the organization recognized the efforts of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
The event is expected to bring more than a million additional visitors to Sydney and generate $664 million in the economy.
WorldPride is described as an event that promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues internationally through parades, festivals and other cultural activities.
The first WorldPride event was launched in 2000 and took place in Rome.
Sydney will make history as the first city in the Southern Hemisphere to host a WorldPride event after winning the rights in 2019