Alison Hammond recreated Kylie’s ‘Cant Get You Out of My Head’ video and it’s the ray of light we sorely need

Alison Hammond recreating Kylie's music video for "Can't Get You Out of My Head"

Alison Hammond has recreated the music video for Kylie Minogue’s classic 2001 smash hit “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”, and it is the ray of light we desperately needed.

The This Morning presenter and beloved broadcaster shared a video of herself and four backing dancers recreating the famous music video on Instagram on Tuesday (November 3).

“Can’t Get You Out of My Head” was a huge hit for Kylie when it was released as the debut single from 2001’s Fever. Its iconic music video featured one of Kylie’s best known outfits, a white hooded jumpsuit with a plunging neckline.

And Hammond served serious glamour in her amazing recreation, which was first posted on TikTok.

“Escape with my Kylie Minogue interview coming soon to This Morning,” Hammond captioned the video, revealing that her chat with the singer will air on November 12.

In the video, Hammond recreates Kylie’s robotic dance moves while donning a hooded white jumpsuit and lip-syncing to the classic song.

Sharing the video on TikTok, Hammond teased that a full version of the video could be on the way – which is, to be honest, exactly what we need right now.

Hammond’s version of “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” has captured the hearts of people on Twitter, with many calling for her to be given every award under the sun for keeping our spirits up in the never-ending hellscape that is 2020.

Hammond’s homage to Kylie comes just days before the singer-songwriter releases her 15th studio album Disco.

Kylie Minogue used to sneak into Kylie nights.

Kylie Minogue has a huge queer following, with her LGBT+ fanbase among her most dedicated and vocal supporters – and she has been vocal about her love for her queer fans, too.

Speaking to Jessie Ware on her podcast Table Manners in October, Kylie said she had a massive gay following “almost from the beginning of her career”.

“Maybe 1990, something like that, I was in Sydney working… and we were passing by Oxford Street where the most famous gay clubs are, and someone said, ‘Oh, there’s a Kylie night on tonight’, and I’d never heard of such a thing.

“I was like: ‘A what?’

“They said it was happening at the Aubrey, and I was like: ‘Let’s go!'”

Sadly, she didn’t party with her queer fans that night after her manager refused to comply.

“That was the first time I became aware of it being something,” she said.

“I have been to Kylie nights since and I am the least Kylie of all the Kylies, it’s hilarious.”