She IS so lucky! Kylie Minogue album sales soar after Commonwealth Games performance
SHE WAS THE life and soul of the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony on Monday, and it seems Kylie's fans can't get enough of the Locomotion singer.
Sales of 46-year-old Kylie's albums have spiked since the Australian-singer dazzled the 40,000-strong crowd at the 2014 Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony, according to Amazon.
In the 24 hours since the show, albums The Best of Kylie Minogue, Fever, and Kiss Me Once were the biggest sellers, increasing by 1140%, 800%, and 669% respectively.
Kylie kept the crowd entertained with seven tracks, including Love at First Sight, All The Lovers and The Locomotion, before closing her set with a thumping rendition of Can’t Get You Out of My Head.
And with over 1000 per cent increase in her album sales, it seems fans can't get the pint-sized singer's catchy tunes out of their heads.
Other Kylie albums which have seen a huge sales jump on Amazon Music include The Abbey Road Sessions, which saw an uplift of 667%, while Body Language spiked by over 500%.
After 11 days of sporting excellence, Glasgow signed off in style with a vibrant Commonwealth Games closing ceremony on Monday.
Kylie topped the bill for the swan song held at Hampden Park after what chiefs described as the best Commonwealth Games ever.
By: Felicity Thistlethwaite