Kylie Minogue honored Queen Elizabeth II with a special medley of hits on Monday (June 4), at the Diamond Jubilee concert in London, England, celebrating Her Majesty's 60-year reign.

The 44-year-old pop star paid tribute to the Queen at the star-studded celebration, held outside Britain's Buckingham Palace. The stage was surrounded by thousands of onlookers, as Minogue, who was dressed in a short leather-and-pearl outfit, treated fans to a robust performance of four heralded songs.

Joined by a team of dancers, the Australian star sang a medley of 'Spinning Around,' 'Can’t Get You Out of My Head,' 'Step Back in Time' and 'All the Lovers' on the sprawling stage built around the Queen Victoria Memorial. Minogue's satisfying performance clocked in just under nine minutes, and excited the massive crowd.

The Melbourne native wasn't the only star on hand at the epic event -- Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Robbie Williams and more appeared at the spectacular concert. The celebration was televised on BBC, and according to the Guardian, the program averaged nearly 15 million viewers, resulting in the channel's biggest TV audience of the year so far.

Watch Kylie Minogue Perform at the Diamond Jubilee Concert