Meanwhile, Nile Rogers added: ‘I have an extended history of doing great things with the BBC Radio 2 team and therefore, the UK is my home from home so I do know exactly how important Children in Need is and the important work they are doing for youngsters throughout the united kingdom is extremely familiar to me.
‘When Jeff Smith [BBC Radio 2’s Head of Music] asked me to participate I immediately said yes as no matter the pandemic we must do everything in our power to make sure there’s no disruption in supporting these children.’
It comes after Kylie recently shared a sneak peek of her home studio in London where she recorded her album during the peak of the pandemic. Visit Here To Read the latest Celebrity, business articles.
In a post shared to her Instagram on Monday, the Australian songstress showed off her eighties-inspired room which she aptly nicknamed the ‘Infinite Disc.