A DVD was issued last year from the original “Showgirl” U.K. dates.

But the singer has changed her three-hour show around to include new songs, eight costumes from top designers, and a $10 million video and laser show that moves the show’s backdrops from nightclub to gym to sci-fi.

Minogue, who postponed her tour 18 months ago after being diagnosed with breast cancer, made a triumphant return before 10,000 at the Sydney Entertainment Centre November 11.

“It was one of the most emotional nights, to see her back onstage,” said Frontier Touring head Michael Gudinski, who stood out front watching the show. “Her family is family to me, and to see her able to go back onstage and in control was a mixture of relief and pride. Deep down I knew she’d be back onstage.”

U2‘s Bono joined Minogue on her second Sydney show. The Irish supergroup, which played to 70,000 the night before, sent her flowers with a note, “We’ll be your support act any time” and added they were coming to the show.

After a hasty run-through in the dressing room, Minogue and Bono did a version of “Kids,” which she recorded with Robbie Williams.

The night before, a row broke out over fans who paid for $203.50 tickets at U2’s show in Sydney’s Telstra Stadium and ended up seated behind sound equipment and a merchandising tent.

Fans who queued up overnight to get good seats have asked Ticketek for a partial refund, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

Ticketek told the newspaper that U2 had changed the stage set at the last minute, and that their staff had offered to move affected fans to another area.

Promoter Michael Coppel Presents said the stage set was not changed but that the mixing desk had to be moved. The company said it would have offered full discounts to anyone who had complained before the show.