International pop star Kylie Minogue is set to receive the Brits Global Icon Award at this year's ceremony.
Taking place on March 2, Kylie will be recognized for her five-decade career.
She was also nominated for International Artist of the Year alongside Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo and Lana Del Rey.
Kylie is also confirmed to perform on the night, and will join the already announced Dua Lipa and Rae on stage.
Commenting on the announcement, Kylie said, “I am thrilled to receive the Global Icon Award and to join such a roll call of incredible artists.
„England has always been a home from home so the Brits have a special place in my heart. I have some wonderful memories from the awards over the years and I can't wait to get back on the Brits stage.”
The Brits Icon Award is the highest accolade given by the award organizers and is „reserved for truly exceptional artists”.
In 2021, Taylor Swift became the first woman to win the prestigious award. Previous winners include Sir Elton John, David Bowie and Robbie Williams.
Kylie has already won three Brit Awards and sold over 80 million records worldwide. He has had nine UK number one albums and seven UK number one singles.
Earlier in February, the Australian singer-songwriter won Best Pop Dance Recording at the Grammys for her hit Padam Padam, which went viral last summer.
Other artists nominated for this year's Brit Awards include The Rolling Stones, Little Sims and Arlo Parks.
Ray is the most nominated artist for 2024 with seven nominations, a new record for an artist in a single year. His nominations include Best Album, Best New Artist, Best Pop Act and Artist of the Year.
He has also received two nominations for Best Song.
Brit organizers chose to expand the artist category from five to 10 this year following criticism of an all-male Top Artist line-up in 2023.
Clara Amfo, Maya Jama and Roman Kemp will host the event at London's O2 Arena.
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