Kylie Minogue will be stepping out next week to receive the latest of a string of awards, marking her work for charity as well as her musical success.
Kylie is set to receive a prestigious gong next week
The diminutive diva will be presented with the Nordoff Robbins 02 Silver Clef at the annual event, that raises money for the celebrated music therapy charity Nordiff Robbins.
Kylie says today: “I am thrilled and honoured to be receiving the 25th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Award from Nordoff Robbins. The work that Nordoff Robbins does, using music therapy to transform the lives of vulnerable children and adults is amazing."
Other recipients of this year's awards include Manic Street Preachers, Fatboy Slim, Michael Buble and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, who will be receiving the lifetime achievement award.
Meanwhile, The Wanted are among the bands nominated for Best Live Act, but you can vote for your own favourite here.
Meanwhile, the ever-generous Sir Paul McCartney is proving himself once more, donating one of his special left-handed Hofner bass violin guitars - signed by the great man himself - to be auctioned to raise funds for the charity.
The star last did this in 2007, when the sale raised £60,000, and he is a longtime supporter of the work done by Nordoff Robbins, saying "the work they do transforms the lives of vulnerable children".
The guitar will be sold at the event next Friday, but you can bid for it by phone or in person. Click here for more details.