Who is Kylie Minogue?
Kylie Minogue, a famous singer-songwriter, and actress were born on May 28, 1968, in Melbourne, Australia. Born as the daughter of Ronald Charles Minogue, who is a former stage dancer from wales, and his wife Carol Ann Minogue, an Australian, Kylie holds an Australian nationality. With a height of 5 feet (152 cm), she has been able to maintain her body fit and healthy. Kylie grew up in Surrey Hill In Melbourne, as the eldest of the three children.
Kylie started her career along with her younger sister Dannii as a child artist on Australian television. She did a small role in soap operas like “Skyways,” “The Henderson Kids,” and “The Sullivans” when she was only 12.
Kylie got noticed at one of the benefit concerts where she performed the song “The Loco-motion.” In 1987, she had a contract with an Australian recording company named “Mushroom Records.” In 1988, her song “the Loco-motion” led the British music producer: Waterman, Aitken, and Stock. This led to debut her album “Kylie” in the same year; also, her album “I Should Be So Lucky” became an international favorite. Even in the next year 1999, Kylie recorded another album with her Neighbours co-star, Jason Donovan. The duet from the album “Enjoy Yourself” became a chart-topper.
An increase in popularity led Kylie to work in the movie “the Delinquents.” Moreover, in 1990, she again came up with an album named “Rhythm of Love.” Later in 1991, Kylie released her next album, “Let’s Get to it.” Kylie adopted a more “indie” style by this time. She had a contract with the Deconstruction records and released her next album, “Kylie Minogue.” Also, at the same time, she had made a friendly appearance in the comedy “The Vicar of Dibley.” Later in 1996, she recorded an album, Impossible Princess, collaborating with the Manic Street Preachers.
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Moving on, Kylie dropped by her recording company Deconstruction Records” in 2000 and was taken by Parlophone. Also, she released her next album, “Light Years.” Later in 2001, she again came up with her eighth album “Fever,” which sold 8 million copies throughout Australia.
Sadly, Kylie was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, which led to the cancellation of the Australian tour called “Showgirl.” She went through the surgery and then chemotherapy, going on the immediate medical treatment. After the gap of four years, she released an album “X” in 2007. Also, in the same year, she acted in a documentary called “White Diamonds.” Kylie also got to host the Brit Awards in 2009, along with the English comedians Mathew Home and James Corden. Also, Kylie had an appearance in the same year in a Bollywood movie “Blue,” in an item number called “Chiggy Wiggy.”