KYLIE Minogue is in talks to secure a £100m residency in Las Vegas, The Sun can reveal.
The Australian superstar, 54, is ready to put pen to paper for a 12-week residency — following in the footsteps of Adele.
Kylie – who’s also playing a lucrative New Year’s Eve party in Dubai next month – visited potential Sin City locations in May.
It’s understood that Planet Hollywood and Caesar’s Palace have put in offers for the Australian star, with Sony BMG also on record about potential spin-off deals.
A source said last night: “While Kylie may not have a huge profile in the States, she is quite a huge draw for Brits.
She has a gay cult following in particular, and he feels she would easily paint the pound pink.
Kylie visited a few places in the summer, and had many meetings since then.
“It’s a no-brainer for Kylie – easy money, not touring. Everyone involved is very excited about the prospect.”
Last week, the Tottenham-born singer, Adele, debuted her first show in Vegas, to critical acclaim.
The star is said to be earning around £750,000 per show.
Other stars to grace Vegas in recent years include Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, and Katy Perry.
Adele, 34, broke down in tears during opening night.
She said, “I must give you a standing ovation, thank you so much for coming back to me.
“I really appreciate it. You look amazing and it looks exactly as I imagined it, it’s perfect.
“I’m so scared and nervous, but so happy, I don’t know what I was thinking of putting piano songs on top of the set, I hope my nerves will go away with time.
“I really want to thank Caesar because there were so many rumors and they never asked any questions, they were amazing.
“Only legends have walked through those doors, and I’m so proud. I have no idea what I embarked on for five months, but I can’t wait.”
“I’ll remember this night for the rest of my life as a king, better late than never,” Adele, who opened her iconic show with “Hello,” added in her signature bold style.
The pop princess was referring to the residency — originally released for January — being delayed, causing ticket holders to rage with just a day’s notice.
At the time, Adele posted an emotional video to her Instagram account citing “delivery delays and covid” to blame on the sudden delay in the show.