Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue are set to hit the studio again to record a follow-up to their 2000 smash-hit Kids.

The former Take That star wants to team up with Minogue again for a track on his comeback album, according to The Sun, and now the pop pair is on the same label after Williams signed to Sony Music, it's more than just a possibility.

"Robbie is looking to recreate pop magic," a source told The Sun.

"His deal with Sony showed he has big intentions for his comeback and getting someone as famous as Kylie on the album only confirms that.


"It's a great move for Kylie too as she is keen to revive her music career... Robbie and Kylie are great friends and, as Kids was such a big success back in the day, he thought it was about time they teamed up again."

Williams has also recorded duets with Nicole Kidman, Kelly Clarkson, Lily Allen, Tom Jones and Michael Buble, while Kylie has collaborated with fellow Australians Nick Cave, Jason Donovan, her sister Dannii, and Enrique Iglesias, among others.

- Wenn