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Kylie denies record label split
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Kylie Minogue has denied reports she has split from her UK label, Parlophone.

After a day of silence on the matter, the pop singer took to Twitter on Monday night to deny the rumours, which surfaced when a British newspaper reported she had parted ways from her record label due to poor sales.

"Whoaahh... @parlophone!! According to 'sources' we r 'breaking up'! Not true. Exciting times ahead! #LOVEu4EVA.", Minogue tweeted.

Parlophone Records responded: "@kylieminogue we #LOVEu4EVA too :) #teamkylie".

The report came from Britain's The Sun newspaper which quoted an unnamed source.

The source said Minogue was disappointed with sales of her latest album, Kiss Me Once and had decided not to re-sign with the label. According to the report, the album shifted 60,000 copies in the UK.

The album debuted at No.1 on the Australian ARIA album charts.

Minogue's Australian record label, Mushroom/Warner Music, spoke out on Monday after the report surfaced to say the pop star was still signed to the label.

"Kylie's record deal locally is with Mushroom/Warner Music. We are proud to represent her and don't plan to change that!" a spokesperson from Warner Music Australia told AAP on Monday.

Minogue's record deal in Australia is with Warner Music Australia and separate to her deal with Parlophone in the UK.

Minogue is currently a coach on Nine Network's The Voice in Australia, alongside will.i.am, Joel Madden and Ricky Martin.

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