Kylie Minogue backs plans to stop tickets to her comeback concerts being flogged on eBay
Angry Kylie Minogue has demanded that tickets being sold for profit on eBay are withdrawn and then resold to real fans.
The singer will play four Wembley shows in January and the 20,000 seats sold out in just six minutes.
But Kylie is angry that real fans have been prevented from buying tickets by the rogues who are asking for up to £500 for a £98 pair of seats.
Official ticket agencies have now began cancelling touted tickets by tracking down those advertising the seats and writing to them to tell them they’re now void.
Top promoter Harvey Goldsmith said: ‘eBay are an absolute disgrace. They’ve no right to be doing what they’re doing.’