Pop star Kylie Minogue will be the subject of an exhibition charting her rise to fame at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Minogue resumes her tour in November
The free exhibition, which runs from 8 February to 10 June, will feature 200 of the singer's costumes, photographs and accessories.
They include the overalls she wore as Charlene in soap opera Neighbours and a pair of gold lame hotpants.
The show originated in Melbourne and will also tour Manchester and Glasgow.
The Melbourne exhibition attracted nearly 300,000 visitors during its three-month run at the city's Arts Centre, before moving to Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane.
Most of the outfits have been created by top designers including Julien McDonald and Dolce and Gabbana.
Minogue is set to re-start her Showgirl world tour in Australia next month after being treated for breast cancer.
The tour comes to the UK in January with dates in London and Manchester.