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'White Diamond' is a 2007 documentary directed and produced by Kylie's longtime collaborator William Baker. White Diamond was filmed between August 2006 and March 2007 in both Australia and the United Kingdom and follows the pop icon on the road before and during her resurrected 'Showgirl' tour, originally abandoned halfway through its original 2005 run, in Sydney, when Kylie was diagnosed with cancer. The film documents Kylie's return to the stage following her treatment and recovery, with onstage and backstage footage and interviews with a number of her tour crew, including Baker himself. Kylie's sister Dannii and U2 singer Bono also feature. White Diamond is named after a Kylie track written by Scissor Sisters, also the sole new song performed by her on the Showgirl - Homecoming tour. The film opens with a reworked ballad version of the song. Two new recorded tracks, 'I'm Hip' and 'You Are There', and a previously unheard 2002 Madonna penned track given to Kylie (by co-writer Rick Nowels) to record, 'Alone Again', are also featured on the soundtrack to the documentary. White Diamond gives fans the unique chance to see Kylie's triumphant return to the world stage with her 2006 Showgirl Homecoming Tour. The film shows Kylie as never before with intimate close up backstage footage and interviews as Kylie and her team take Showgirl from rehearsals to the road in Australia and the UK.