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31 July 2006

Neil in Madonna's concert

Last night Madonna began her UK tour in Cardiff and PSB fans there were amazed to hear Neil Tennant's vocals from the PSB "Sorry" mega-mix introducing the song. "The stage was empty and suddenly Neil's voice filled the stadium," a friend told us. Last year Neil pre-recorded vocals also featured in Kylie Minogue's "Showgirl" tour as Kylie duetted with them on the PSB song, "In denial". Madonna's tour continues through the UK for the next couple of weeks.

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