Kylie Minogue has confirmed plans to release a Greatest Hits album next year.
The singer has been recording an album full of "orchestral" versions of her most popular hits to celebrate her 25th anniversary in 2012, reports Music Week.
Minogue made the announcement while performing stripped-down versions of her singles 'All The Lovers' and 'On A Night LIke This' at Abbey Road last night (November 10), to celebrate the studio's 80th birthday.
The star told the crowd: "I've been at Abbey Road for about two weeks in total. Not just for this, I've been working on a project for next year.
"Next year's my 25th anniversary so we've been recording acoustic and orchestral versions of a number of my hits."
Previous reports have suggested that Minogue is also planning a string of special events for 2012, including an "all-singing all-dancing ITV1 special" to celebrate her career.
The 43-year-old reached number two in the UK singles chart with 'The Locomotion' back in 1987, while her second cut 'I Should Be So Lucky' marked her first number one hit in the same year.
Minogue has since gone on to sell over 68 million records worldwide, as well as selling out a collection of vibrant and show-stopping world tours.