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Kylie Minogue Celebrates Grammy Win for ‘Padam Padam’ in Best Pop Dance Recording Category

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Kylie Minogue Celebrates Grammy Win For 'padam Padam' In Best Pop Dance Recording Category

Australian popstar Kylie Minogue expressed her joy and gratitude upon learning that her hit song ‘Padam Padam‘ had won the Grammy for Best Pop Dance Recording. The announcement was made during the pre-telecast Premiere Ceremony, leading to Minogue celebrating the victory in her dressing room before walking the Grammys red carpet.

In a video shared on her Instagram, Minogue can be seen excitedly running around her dressing room in a white hotel robe while her team members cheer and applaud.

‘Padam? Padam! ❤️❤️ Thank you SOOO much,’ Minogue wrote on Instagram early Monday morning as she expressed her gratitude for the award.

This marks an incredible achievement for Minogue, who has been a prominent figure in the music industry for decades. ‘Padam Padam’ has become a symbol of pride for the LGBTQ+ community and has established itself as a popular dance anthem since its release.

Kylie Minogue’s win for ‘Padam Padam’ in the Best Pop Dance Recording category is her second Grammy award. Previously, she won the Grammy for Best Dance Recording in 2004 for her song ‘Come Into My World’.

This victory further solidifies Minogue’s position as an influential and enduring artist in the dance-pop genre. Her success with ‘Padam Padam’ has led to a remarkable comeback and has resonated with fans worldwide.

Rachel Adams

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