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Kylie Minogue

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Can't Get You out of My Head Kylie Minogue 03:50
Stop Crying Your Heart Out BBC Children In Need, Anoushka Shankar, Ava Max, BBC Concert Orchestra 03:43
Love at First Sight Kylie Minogue 03:58
All The Lovers Kylie Minogue 03:21
A Second to Midnight Kylie Minogue, Years & Years 03:27
Spinning Around Kylie Minogue 03:26
The Loco-Motion Kylie Minogue 03:13
Get Outta My Way Kylie Minogue 03:38
Kids Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue 03:30
On a Night like This Kylie Minogue 03:32

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Casey Donovan, Courtney Act, and Kylie Minogue at The Domain (February 24, 2023)
Sydney, NSW, Australia

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The best-selling Australian female artist in history, Kylie Minogue  launched her career as an actress on the Australian soap opera Neighbours before reinventing herself as a globally-acclaimed dance-pop musician. She was born in Melbourne on May 26, 1968, and began working as an actress at 11 years old. Although Minogue continued to appear in movies and television programs throughout the following decades, her acting career was permanently eclipsed by her popularity as a singer in 1987, when her cover of the 1960s pop classic "The Locomotion" topped the Australian charts for seven weeks. "I Should Be So Lucky" became her second hit in early 1988, climbing to Number 1 not only in Australia, but also in Germany, Finland, Switzerland, Israel, Hong Kong, and the UK. Minogue's full-length debut, Kylie, was released internationally that summer, introducing the same blend of pop hooks and dance beats that would fill follow-up records like Enjoy Yourself and Rhythm of Love.

Although her initial rush of pop fame faded during the early 1990s, Minogue had thoroughly reinvented herself as a mature, trend-setting musician by the 21st century
, collaborating with artists like Nick Cave, the Pet Shop Boys, and Robbie Williams while scoring chart-topping smashes with "Spinning Around," "Can't Get You Out of My Head," "Slow," and "Love at First Sight." As the early 2000s gave way to the 2010s, she continued releasing crossover-friendly singles that not only topped the dance charts in America, but also became Top 10 pop smashes in Australia and the UK. After exploring the intersection of country music and dance-pop with 2018's Golden, Minogue returned to her club roots for 2020's Disco.