Kylie Minogue has confirmed she is moving back to Australia after almost 30-years in London, so we have taken a look back at some of her visits to Scotland

The Australian star famous for hits including I Should Be So Lucky and The Locomotion has announced she is leaving the UK to spend time with her family down under. 

Having promised not to be a "stranger" in Britain, here are some of Kylie's best Scottish moments... 

1. Kylie visited Largs in the 1990s

Back in the 90s, Kylie paid a visit to Barrfields in Largs to watch the McCoist and MacAuley show. 

She even took the time to sign Fred MacAuley's plaster cast! 

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2. Kylie closed the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

Kylie Minogue was among artists performing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony at Hampden stadium, which attracted 7.7 million TV viewers. 

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3. She has performed at Edinburgh Castle numerous times

In 2016 and 2019 Kylie took to the Castle esplanade, transporting the audience back in time much to their delight. 

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4. The pop princess visited sweet shop Dee Valley Confectioners in Ballater

A trip to Aberdeenshire took Kylie to Dee Valley Confectioners, a Ballater based sweet shop which make their sweets in a factory onsite. 

Buying bags of Scotland's famous Soor Plooms, she then took a pause from browsing to take pictures with locals. 

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5. She put on a five star performance at the SSE in 2014

Her performance at Glasgow Hydro in 2014 scored a five star review, as Kylie closed the show by telling the Glaswegians "You're all so mad". 

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6. Kylie's outfits were on display at Kelvingrove Museum 

Kylie's most iconic outfits came to Glasgow's Kelvingrove Museum in 2007, attracting thousands of fans. 

The exhibition featured accessories, album covers, photographs, music and videos as well as the star's best loved outfits. 

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