Date: 26th February 2003
All eyes will be on Kylie Minogue and Justin Timberlake at today's Grammys after she was named at the last minute as a presenter.
Fresh from a provocative bottom-grabbing duet with Timberlake at the Brit Awards, Minogue will take the stage at New York's Madison Square Garden as a glamorous addition to a star-studded list.
And, with a bit of luck, she will also be accepting a prestigious Grammy award as one of five nominees in the Best Dance Recording category for Love at First Sight.
Minogue and Timberlake's reunion in the Big Apple will no doubt fuel speculation the pair shared more than just the stage at the Brit Awards.
While some British tabloids have reported that Timberlake hooked up with Dannii Minogue after Thursday's awards, the News of the World yesterday claimed it was really Kylie he spent the night with.
The paper claims Dannii acted as a decoy at London's Mandarin Oriental hotel where everyone assumed she joined Timberlake.
But it's claimed Dannii stayed hidden in the limo when Timberlake went inside and Kylie, waiting in her own limo around the corner, slipped into the hotel about 4am and stayed until 6am.
Timberlake will also present a Grammy, along with Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, rocker Rod Stewart and pop queen Cyndi Lauper.
But unlike Minogue, he also gets to perform in the televised ceremony, which is being held in New York for the first time in five years.
Timberlake, who has been pursuing a solo career of late, is reuniting with 'NSync for a tribute to the Bee Gees and the late Maurice Gibb.
Another tribute, to legendary Clash frontman Joe Strummer who died last year, will be performed by Bruce Springsteen, E Street Band guitarist and actor Steve Van Zandt and No Doubt's Tony Kanal.
Source: Press Release