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Kylie Minogue receives Silver Clef award for services to music

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Kylie Minogue received a 25th Anniversary Silver Clef award in recognition of her services to the music industry yesterday evening (June 29).

The 'Timebomb' singer picked up the accolade at London's Hilton Park Lane hotel in a ceremony which also saw Michael Buble, Manic Street Preachers, Fatboy Slim, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jessie J honoured for their work.

Kylie Minogue at the Hilton Hotel in London, for the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards.

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"'I never would have thought 25 years ago I could have got an award like this and I think that's why I was so emotional up there," Minogue told Bang Showbiz after the event.

"It's really hard to comprehend and to express my gratitude."

She added: "It makes me proud, really proud. I can definitely see with some distance what's gone well, what hasn't gone well, the journey that I've been on, what I've learnt."

The star later shared a picture of herself with the award with her Twitter followers, writing: "Today I was so lucky, lucky, LUCKY!!!! Thank you Nordoff Robbins for my Silver Clef Award!!!"

Watch the video for Kylie Minogue's latest single 'Timebomb' below:

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