Kylie Minogue will reportedly appear at the Princess Diana memorial concert to take place this summer.

A host of acts have been added to the bill since princes William and Harry announced the event and the addition of Kylie will bring more pop glamour to the summer concert.

A source told the Sun: "We're just signing off some details, but it all looks good."

Kylie underwent treatment for breast cancer 18 months ago and has since performed a number of times to conclude her Showgirl tour, which was postponed on its Australian leg after she was diagnosed.

The pop princess has not yet decided whether she will perform or introduce acts at the Diana concert, which now also boasts the signings of Take That and Ricky Gervais, according to the paper.

The Concert for Diana will take place in July 1st, which would have been the princess's 46th birthday.

Prince William said of the concert's acts: "The idea is we wanted to get artists that our mother really loved, and then artists that both Harry and I enjoy, and in the middle with the ballet and Andrew Lloyd Webber - obviously she loved her dancing and her musicals.

"So with that you've got a sort of something different, it's not just any old concert. It's going to be different and it's going to be interesting. If it works it will be brilliant, if it doesn't then we won't be in the country."

Acts so far confirmed for the event include Elton John, Lily Allen, Rod Stewart, Bryan Ferry, Kanye West and the Feeling.



01/05/2007 13:36:19