Kylie Minogue tickled the massive crowd watching her Hyde Park concert by singing the Neighbours theme tune on Sunday night.
She headlined the British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park and had mentioned keeping the local neighbours happy.
According to the BBC, Kylie referred to the curfew imposed on the performers and began an impromptu chorus of ‘everybody needs good neighbours’.
Kylie’s showbiz career began when she starred as Charlene Robinson on the Australian soap in the mid 1980s. She declined to participate in the 30th anniversary of Neighbours earlier this year.
Her Neighbours excerpt came in the middle of a hit-filled set list, which included Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, Spinning Around, In Your Eyes and All The Lovers.
She also sang early hits such as I Should Be So Lucky, Locomotion and Better The Devil You Know.
Crowd shot. It was a beautiful Summer Solstice night. Thank you to you…beautiful audience! https://t.co/9ALkNiqknx
— kylie minogue (@kylieminogue) June 22, 2015