Kylie Minogue’s “Night Fever” Cover Is Getting An Official Release

Mike Wass | November 17, 2016 6:23 pm

Kylie Minogue’s cover of disco classic “Night Fever” surfaced online a couple of weeks ago — much to the confusion of fans. It turns out the pop icon’s Bee Gees tribute is being used to promote an upcoming musical adaptation of Saturday Night Fever in France. The show opens on February 9, 2017 and it looks like the “Into The Blue” queen’s faithful interpretation is being released as a single. The glamorous artwork arrived today (November 17) and it finds the 48-year-old rocking a suitably ’70s gold, metallic dress.

“Night Fever” isn’t the only club classic to get a Minogue makeover this month. Kylie recently teased her cover of Rozalla’s ’90s smash “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good).” That song featured on the rerelease of the Aussie hitmaker’s festive opus, Kylie Christmas. It’s one of six new tracks on an album already jam-packed with quirky cover versions including East 17’s “Stay Another Day” and The Pretenders’ “2000 Miles.” Listen to the diva’s glittery take on “Night Fever” below.

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