Melbourne, July 15, : Kylie Minogue is in talks to bring her KylieX tour home to Australia by December.
And, the news comes straight from chairman and music promoter of Frontier Touring Michael Gudinski, who signed Minogue to his record label Mushroom Records in 1987.
He said he had a good long talk with Kylie and her management and Kylie seems to be more than willing to perform for her native country.
"If everything can work out there's every possibility we will do some dates later this year,'' news.com.au quoted him, as saying.
"She would really like it to come to Australia ... and I just think it would be absolutely unfair to her Australian fans not to see what is the most amazing production I've seen.
"Australia is her home country and she should be so proud of what she's doing,'' he added.
Gudinski also stated that he is going to every possible measure to ensure that the tour takes place by the end of this year.
Kylie's Australian tour may coincide with her 40th birthday celebrations.