Australian singer Kylie Minogue will perform next month at Madrid's giant, weeklong gay pride celebration, Spanish news agency EFE reported.

Minogue is expected to perform for the first time her new single All the Lovers from her new album Aphrodite during the Saturday, July 3 concert.

The 42-year-old singer will take to the stage at the Plaza de Espana after Madrid's gay pride parade, one of Europe's largest.

“I am really very touched,” Minogue told gay glossy Shangay in a cover interview. “For a long time now I have had a special relationship with the gay public and I am pleased that they are counting on me to celebrate such a special occasion.”

Last week, Minogue gave the Jean Paul Gaultier halter top dress off her back to benefit AIDS charity the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). The feathered back dress fetched $24,770 during an auction held in the legendary Chez Maxim's restaurant and club in central Paris.

Minogue's 32-year-old boyfriend Andres Velencoso is a Spanish model.

Madrid's gay pride draws hundreds of thousands of revelers from throughout the world. This year's celebration carries the “For Trans Equality” theme.