Kylie Minogue wants to sprinkle Christmas cheer over her fans in Australia by releasing two Christmas classics, ‘Let It Snow’ and ‘Santa Baby’ with a portion of proceeds going to Vision Australia to assist in the work they do with children who are blind or have low vision.

“You can have a Kylie Christmas and support Vision Australia!” said the singer. “It’s a win/win situation! I wish you all a wonderful Christmas.”

Kylie brought some Christmas sparkle to New York on November 30 at the annual lighting of the Christmas tree at the Rockefeller Center.

Looking gorgeous in a furry white hooded coat with black leather gloves and knee-high black leather boots, Kylie treated the huge crowd to an amazing performance of the seasonal classic ‘Santa Baby’, as well as her new festive release ‘Let It Snow’.

From December 20, download Kylie’s uplifting versions of Christmas classics, ‘Let It Snow’ and ‘Santa Baby’ and not only will you be treating yourself to a Kylie Christmas, but you’ll be giving the gift that keeps on giving with a portion of all proceeds going to Vision Australia.

Watch a video of Kylie talking about her new charity songs here, and download the songs at the Vision Australia website.

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