Kylie Minogue

 

 

Kylie Minogue

Melbourne, Australia

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kylie Ann Minogue, OBE ( born 28 May 1968), is an Australian pop singer, songwriter, and actress. After beginning her career as a child actress on Australian television, she achieved recognition through her role in the television soap opera Neighbours, before commencing her career as a recording artist in 1987. Her first single, "Locomotion", spent seven weeks at number one on the Australian singles chart and became the highest selling single of the decade. This led to a contract with songwriters and producers Stock, Aitken & Waterman. Her debut album, Kylie (1988), and the single "I Should Be So Lucky", each reached number one in the United Kingdom, and over the next two years, her first 13 singles reached the British top ten. Her debut film, The Delinquents (1989) was a box-office hit in Australia and the UK despite negative reviews. Initially presented as a "girl next door", Minogue attempted to convey a more mature style in her music and public image. Her singles were well received, but after four albums her record sales were declining, and she left Stock, Aitken & Waterman in 1992 to establish herself as an independent performer. Her next single, "Confide in Me", reached number one in Australia and was a hit in several European countries in 1994, and a duet with Nick Cave, "Where the Wild Roses Grow", brought Minogue a greater degree of artistic credibility. Drawing inspiration from a range of musical styles and artists, Minogue took creative control over the songwriting for her next album, Impossible Princess (1997). It failed to attract strong reviews or sales in the UK, but was successful in Australia. Minogue returned to prominence in 2000 with the single "Spinning Around" and the dance-oriented album Light Years, and she performed during the closing ceremonies of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Her music videos showed a more sexually provocative and flirtatious personality and several hit singles followed. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" reached number one in more than 40 countries, and the album Fever (2001) was a hit in many countries, including the United States, a market in which Minogue had previously received little recognition. Minogue embarked on a concert tour but cancelled it when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2005. After surgery and chemotherapy treatment, she resumed her career in 2006 with Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour. Her tenth studio album X was released in 2007 and was followed by the KylieX2008 tour. In 2009, she embarked upon her For You, For Me Tour, her first concert tour of the United States and Canada, and the following year released her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. Minogue has achieved worldwide record sales of more than 68 million,[2] and has received notable music awards, including multiple ARIA and Brit Awards and a Grammy Award. She has mounted several successful concert tours and received a Mo Award for "Australian Entertainer of the Year" for her live performances. She was awarded the Order of the British Empire "for services to music", and an Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2008. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kylie Minogue, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Movies

Moulin Rouge!
The Green Fairy
Cut
Hilary Jacobs
Street Fighter
Cammy White
Doogal
Florence
Blue
Special Appearance in Chiggy Wiggy
Bio-Dome
Dr. Petra von Kant
Kylie Minogue: Ultimate Kylie
Actress, singer
Kylie Minogue: Live in Sydney
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Fever 2002
Herself
The Delinquents
Lola Lovell
The Magic Roundabout
Florence
Kylie Minogue: Showgirl
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Kylie Minogue: Aphrodite Les Folies Live in London
Self
Sample People
Jess
Kylie Minogue: KylieX2008
Singer
Kylie Minogue: Showgirl Homecoming Tour
Herself
Kylie Minogue: White Diamond
Herself
Holy Motors
Eva Grace
Jack & Diane
Tara
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds: The Videos
Herself
The Diamond Jubilee Concert 2012
Herself - Performer
Kylie Minogue: Kylie... On The Go
Herself
Rod Stewart – Christmas Live at Stirling Castle
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Greatest Hits 87-98
as herself
Kylie Minogue: Intimate and Live
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Live in Dublin
Herself
20,000 Days on Earth
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Live at iTunes Festival, London
Vocals
Mr. X
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Kiss Me Once
Herself
San Andreas
Susan Riddick
Kylie Minogue: Live in Manchester
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Kylie Minogue: Kiss Me Once Tour
Herself
Kylie Minogue: Kiss Me Once Live at the SSE Hydro
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Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned
Astrid Peth (Companion of the Doctor)
A Christmas Star
Kylie
Kylie Minogue: A Kylie Christmas Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Herself
Hayride to Hell
The Girl
Kylie: Greatest Hits 87-97
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Flammable Children
Kaye Hall
Männer zeigen Filme & Frauen ihre Brüste
Sie selbst
La traversée du désir
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Kylie Minogue: An Audience with...
Herself
Pierre and Gilles, Love Stories
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Tv

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
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The One Show
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Kath & Kim
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The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
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Neighbours
Charlene Robinson
The X Factor
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Top of the Pops Saturday
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CD:UK
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Going Live!
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TFI Friday
Herself
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
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The Vicar of Dibley
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Hey Hey It's Saturday
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The Henderson Kids
Charlotte "Char" Kernow
On the Waterfront
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8:15 from Manchester
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Top of The Pops 2
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TRL
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GMTV
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Live from Studio Five
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The Voice
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Young & Hungry
Shauna
Doctor Who
Astrid Peth
El hormiguero
Herself
Wetten, dass..?
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Die Harald Schmidt Show
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Zoo Family
Yvonne
Rove
Herself
Galavant
The Queen
The Voice UK
Coach
An Audience with...
Herself
Cachitos de hierro y cromo
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