Kylie Minogue has announced the release of Disco Guest List Edition, featuring some very special guests.
Announcing the release on Twitter, Kylie said: "On November 12th we’re heading back to the dance floor with ✨DISCO: Guest List Edition ✨ Join us!!!! 💓💓💓💓"
A collaboration between Kylie and Jessie - whose own disco-influenced opus What's Your Pleasure? became her highest-charting UK album last year - title Kiss Of Life has long been in the works, while Years & Years seem to be re-paying the favour after Kylie jumped on a re-mix of single Starstruck earlier this year with new single A Second To Midnight.
Watch the visual for the new track below, which included Kylie and Olly swapping outfits (and hair styles):
As for Dua, the Future Nostalgia star featured as a guest vocalist on a re-mix of Kylie's single Real Groove last year, after the two pop stars also duetted on Dua's Future Nostalgia live stream show too.
Disco Guest List Edition will function as a deluxe re-release of her 15th studio album, which became her eighth Number 1 album in the UK last year after a hotly-contested chart battle with Little Mix.
The album will be released in a variety of formats, including 2CD, triple vinyl and a boxset with a DVD/Blu-ray of her Infinite Disco show.
Kylie's now only behind Madonna as the female solo artist with the second-most Number 1 albums in the country. However, Kylie is the only female solo act to land at least one chart-topping album in five consecutive decades - 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s and 20s.
Disco: Guest List Edition tracklisting
Miss a Thing
I Love It
Where Does the DJ Go?
Dance Floor Darling
Till You Love Somebody
A Second to Midnight (With Years & Years)
Kiss of Life (With Jessie Ware)
Can't Stop Writing Songs About You (With Gloria Gaynor)
Real Groove (With Dua Lipa) (Studio 2054 Remix)
Say Something (Basement Jaxx Remix)
Say Something (F9 Club Mix)
Say Something (Syn Cole Extended Mix)
Magic (Purple Disco Machine Extended Mix)
Real Groove (With Dua Lipa) (Studio 2054 Initial Talk Remix)
Dance Floor Darling (Linslee's Electric Slide Remix)