It's never been wise to count Kylie Minogue out. The undisputed Princess of Pop for now nearly five decades, Kylie has worn many hats and explored many facets of the pop machine throughout her career, but this just might be her most intriguing form yet; elastic, Eastern Europe inspired electro pop with a bite.
Why? Well, she's only gone and Padam (Padam) it, landing the UK’s best-selling single of the week, smashing back into the Official Chart Top 40 with Padam Padam, her highest-charting single in nearly a decade.
This would be a cause for celebration for any artist at any point in their career, but it feels particularly salient for Kylie given that Padam Padam is the most weird (but wonderful!) left-of-centre turn for an artist five decades in, who has never been afraid to experiment.
Today (May 26) Padam Padam's entry at Number 26 delivers Kylie her 52nd Top 40 entry, and her highest-charting song in the UK since Into The Blue hit Number 12 in 2014.Read more on officialcharts.com