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Watch: Madonna and Kylie Minogue Share the Stage, and Gay Twitter Goes Gaga

Kilian Melloy READ TIME: 1 MIN.

Madonna welcomed "Padam Padam" singer Kylie Minogue to the stage as Madge's "Celebration" tour stopped off at Inglewood on March 7. Fans were beside themselves over the two legends joining forces on Minogue's "Can't Get You Out of My Head."

The duet was a "celebration" of its own, noted UK newspaper the Independent, "of International Women's Day," and "a moment music fans have been waiting four decades for."

But more lay in store, the article detailed.

"After performing Kylie's song, the duo performed the Grammy-winning empowerment anthem 'I Will Survive' by Gloria Gaynor, a favorite among LGBT+ music fans."

Minogue took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to post about the joint appearance, writing, "MADONNA 💓 It's been a long time coming!!! LOVED being with you!!!!"

"Celebration Tour AND it is now International Women's Day," Minogue's post added. "THANK YOU and LOVE LOVE LOVE 😘😘😘".

The Independent noted that Minogue "shared a clip of her dancing through the crowd while wearing a T-shirt bearing Madonna's name on the front."

"Madonna returned the tribute by wearing a 'Kylie Minogue' T-shirt during her performance," the article said.

Fans on the platform formerly known as Twitter went nuts.

"I've just woken up, seen the posts on Instagram and sat crying my eyes out," one fan posted in response to Minogue's tweet showing Madonna in the "Kylie Minogue" tee.

"🤯🤯🤯🤯 this is the most incredible thing I've ever seen. 😍😍"

Others commented on the "historic" nature of the duets.

Some just soaked in the moment.

Check out some of the other responses on Twitter:

by Kilian Melloy , EDGE Staff Reporter

Kilian Melloy serves as EDGE Media Network's Associate Arts Editor and Staff Contributor. His professional memberships include the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, the Boston Online Film Critics Association, The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and the Boston Theater Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards Committee.

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