Advertisement

Kylie Minogue Wears Show-Stopping Outfit on 2024 BRITs Red Carpet — See Her Look!

The Australian pop star is being honored with the BRITs Global Icon Award at this year's ceremony

<p>Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty</p> Kylie Minogue attends The BRIT Awards 2024.

Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty

Kylie Minogue attends The BRIT Awards 2024.

Kylie Minogue has arrived at the 2024 BRIT Awards — and basically shut down the red carpet with her look.

The Australian pop icon, 55, posed on the red carpet outside Londson’s O2 Arena Sunday afternoon sporting a show-stopping black dress that featured ruffled material going down her one leg.

Minogue has been on a winning streak with her shimmering looks this award season — at the People’s Choice Awards last month, the singer appeared on the red carpet in Los Angeles wearing a metallic green strapless pleated gown with a thigh-high slit from Raisa Vanessa, paired with Vrai's Linked Tennis Earrings and its Double Row Band and Infinity Band, plus strappy heels and a black mani/pedi.

<p>Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty </p> Kylie Minogue attends The BRIT Awards 2024.

Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty

Kylie Minogue attends The BRIT Awards 2024.

Related: RAYE Earns Record-Breaking 7 Nominations at 2024 BRIT Awards — See the Full List!

Minogue is also set to perform at Saturday's ceremony, and will be honored with the BRITs Global Icon Award “in recognition of her career spanning across five decades as one of the world’s most successful and iconic music stars,” the BRIT Awards said in a press release.

“I am beyond thrilled to be honored with the Global Icon Award and to be joining a roll call of such incredible artists, Minogue said in the release. “The UK has always been a home from home so the BRITs have a very special place in my heart. I have some amazing memories from the awards over the years and I can't wait to be back on the BRITs stage. See you at the O2!”

<p>MICHAEL TRAN/AFP via Getty Images</p>

MICHAEL TRAN/AFP via Getty Images

Related: Kylie Minogue Thanks Queer Fans for 'Being with Me Through Thick and Thin' After Winning at 2024 Grammys

The “Padam, Padam” singer is nominated for international artist of the year tonight, alongside her fellow nominees Asake, Burna Boy, Caroline Polachek, CMAT, Lana Del Rey, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, SZA and Taylor Swift.

Minogue has had a bit of a resurgence over the past several months, following the release of her 2023 LP Tension. Last month, she even took home her second-ever Grammy win for the inaugural best pop dance recording award for “Padam Padam.”

Back in September, she exclusively opened up to PEOPLE about her decades in the industry shortly after the release of her 16th studio album. As she explained at the time, she "didn't even know I was going to fully commit to another album" after 2020's Disco, before deciding to "just go in and have fun" during her latest LP's studio sessions.

Related: Kylie Minogue on Experiencing Ageism in Pop Music: 'I Felt Like I Had to Justify My Presence' (Exclusive)

"I remember a few years ago being in a lot of interview situations where I would be asked, 'What age do you think it is still OK to be in pop music, or to be sexy in pop?' It was really awkward, and I felt like I had to justify my presence there," Minogue said in September.

Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.

"So, what's happening now very organically, I'm talking about it with you because it's happened. I've not been out there flying that flag," the star added. "Of course, it's a great moment for me — but it's a great moment for other artists, women particularly, who have this kind of prejudice or bias against them. So, like I say, I didn't set out to do this. I've also been the youngest kid where I had to fight to be heard or just occupy my space."

The 2024 BRIT Awards air live from London's O2 Arena on March 2 via ITV1 and ITVX.

For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

Read the original article on People.