Our very own pop princess has an exciting few months ahead of her as she prepares to take on Glastonbury's iconic Pyramid Stage.
On BBC One's The One Show, the 51 year-old songstress was treated to a series of video messages from some of her famous friends congratulating her and wishing her luck ahead of the performance, but one Neighbours alum had some very sweet words to say.
You guessed it, Scott and Charlene were reunited once more when Kylie was surprised by a pre-recorded video message from fellow Aussie, Jason Donovan.
"You are a legend, you work so hard, you're so passionate and talented and I wish you all the luck and love in the world," he told a surprised Kylie.
Kylie also received congratulatory messages from famous friends including Robbie Williams, Jean Paul Gaultier and Nile Rodgers.
"You will always be my eternal pop princess. Can't believe it's nearly 20 years since we did Kids together, it was a real life highlight for me," Robbie Williams said in his message referring to their hit noughties duet.
"Have a great time, celebrate all the success you've had and the success you're about to have."
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Kylie and Jason may have won the world over with their Neighbours romance, but the two were former flames themselves. In 2012, Donovan opened up on his TV show Life Stories, saying they "cemented" their relationship in a Sydney Travelodge.
Calling Kylie was his first love, the 51 year-old singer and actor admitted there was "a lot of chemistry" between them, but he knew the relationship would eventually come to an end as Kylie's career skyrocketed.
"I could see her slipping away. We argued a lot about her wanting to go off and do other things."
Despite their break up, the two have remained firm friends with Jason even joining Kylie on stage for a special rendition of their classic duet Especially For You back in September last year.
Kylie herself can't wait for her upcoming performance and even wiped her tears away on her skirt after watching the video tributes.
"Honestly I have to stop myself, putting this album together and working on Glastonbury, the overriding emotion is that it's emotional," she confessed to The One Show's Matt Baker and Emma Willis.
"It's excitement, there's nerves, obviously it's a big deal, but it's the emotion, and the history, and hopefully the future."