Kylie Minogue Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Kylie Minogue net worth is
$75 Million

Kylie Minogue Wiki Biography

Kylie Minogue is one of the most famous singers and also an actress. Kylie is known for such singles as “I Should Be So Lucky”, “The Loco-Motion”, “Confide in me”, “Spinning Aroung” and many others. During her career, she has achieved a lot and as been nominated and has won many different awards. For example, Grammy Award, MTV Movie Award, Bravo Award and many others. In 2005 Kylie was diagnosed with breast cancer and had to go through the surgery and treatment. Later she publicly discussed her problems and encouraged other women to go and check their health. This year Kylie released the album, called “Kiss Me Once” and now she is having a tour. If you consider how rich is Kylie Minogue it could be said that Kylie’s net worth is $75 million. As Kylie continues her career, there is no doubt that her net worth will become even higher in the future.

Kylie Minogue Net Worth $75 Million

Kylie Ann Minogue, or simply known as Kylie Minogue, was born in 1968, in Australia. Kylie began her acting career when she was very young. At first she appeared in different shows. Some of them include, “The Henderson Kids”, “Skyways”, “The Sullivans” and others. In 1986 Kylie got the role in the “Neighbours” and became very popular. This role added a lot to Kylie Minogue’s net worth. In 1987 Kylie signed up a contract with mushroom records and released her first single, titled “The Loco – Motion”. It soon became a popular single in the country. In 1988 Kylie released her first album, entitled “Kylie”. It became popular not only in Australia, but also in the UK and the United States. This had a huge impact on the growth of Minogue’s net worth.

One year later, Kylie released her second album, called “Enjoy Yourself”. It also gained a lot of attention and success. In the same year she acted in the movie, entitled”The Delinquents” and became more famous as an actress. Other movies that Kylie appeared in include “Moulin Rouge!”, “Holy Motors”, “Jack & Diane” and others. All these appearances made Kylie Mingoue’s net worth grow. During her career, Kylie has released a lot of albums, for example, “Impossible Princess”, “Fever”, “Let’s Get to It”, “Body Language” and more. Soon she became popular all over the world and now is considered one of the best performers in the music industry. What is more, Kylie also creates her own songs and in this way makes herself even more popular as Kylie’s fans enjoy her talent to not only act and sing but also to write emotional and popular songs. Kylie also had many tours organized, which allowed her fans from different countries to see her performing.

All in all, it could be said that Kylie Minogue is an extraordinary artist, who has many talents and as achieved a lot during her career. There is no doubt that Kylie will continue performing for a long time in the future. Eventually, Kylie Minogue’s net worth will also grow.

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Full Name Kylie Minogue
Net Worth $75 Million
Date Of Birth May 28, 1968
Place Of Birth Melbourne, Australia
Height 4 ft 11 in (1.52 m)
Profession Singer, Actor, Record producer, Fashion designer, Author, Film Producer, Composer, Artist, Screenwriter, Entrepreneur
Education Camberwell High School
Nationality Australia
Parents Carol Jones, Ronald Charles Minogue, Can’t Get You Out of My Head, Locomotion, I Should Be So Lucky
Siblings Dannii Minogue, Brendan Minogue
Nicknames Kylie Ann Minogue , Kylie Mingue , Kylie Minoogue , Kylie Minoque , Kylie , Kylie Minougue , Kylie Monogue , Kylie Minouge , Kylie M , K. Minogue
Awards Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, Gold Logie Award for Best Personality on Australian Television, Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist, Brit Award for International Album, MTV Europe Music Award for Best Pop, Logie Award for Best Actress, MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography, …
Music Groups Band Aid
Nominations MTV Europe Music Award for Best Female, Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album, MTV Video Music Award for Best Electronic Video, World Music Award for World’s Best Video, World Music Award for World’s Best Live Act, Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent, MTV Europe Music Award for Best A…
Movies San Andreas, Street Fighter, Holy Motors, Moulin Rouge!, The Delinquents, Bio-Dome, Jack & Diane, The Magic Roundabout, Blue, Sample People, Cut, Doogal, A Christmas Star, Hayride to Hell, Flammable Children
TV Shows Neighbours, The Voice UK, The Henderson Kids, The Kylie Show
# Trademark
1 Petite figure
2 Sexy costumes
3 Her changeable appearances
# Quote
1 [on Britney Spears and possible collaboration with her]: I think she’s great. I’ve met her before and we’ve worked with some of the same people who help put our tours together. I’m sure it would be a great thing.
2 I have been in L.A. for a week and the town has been full of Grammy fever, to actually be a recipient is incredibly special. I am thrilled and cannot wait to bring it home. (on winning a Grammy)
3 The band have been rehearsing for the last five weeks, the dancers for the just over three weeks, and me whenever I could, so I’m the last bit! It has been pretty intense. I’m trying to look really calm but it has been an intense few weeks leading up to today! Not very oldies though; we are stepping marginally back in time! It’s always difficult choosing – for a start choosing which new songs to perform from the album and then what’s gonna work with the old ones. But, yeah, there’s a couple of surprises in store and also some real trainspotter surprises too. (on her Money Can’t Buy show)
4 Cruelty to children is an everyday occurrence, which must be stopped. The work undertaken by the NSPCC is essential and I fully support its mission to end child cruelty. I support its vision of a society in which all children are loved and valued. The levels of abuse in this country are shocking. Without charities like the NSPCC, they would be worse. Together, we hope to improve the lives of children within the UK.
5 I am so excited to be performing once again at GAY. There’s an atmosphere there that is unlike anywhere else. Last time I performed there they had a huge clock counting down the minutes until the show and by the time I came on the crowd was at fever pitch. It’s a special venue for me and I have some amazing memories of gigs gone by. So many of the audience go to great lengths to make special outfits and they know the lyrics to the songs better than I do.
6 I’m so happy that my costumes have found a home here in Melbourne, my home town, where I know they will be cared for and preserved. Its just such an honour that the Performing Arts Collection wanted it all. What I imagine people will want to see is the wear and tear, the ingrained make-up after fifty shows, where the audio-pack rubs these are things that for me, bring costumes to life.
7 “I nearly killed myself in rehearsals, but the outcome is classy, I hope. It’s a lot different from any other videos I’ve done before. I really wanted to do some ballet in my next video and luckily I’ve been able to. I normally have three or four hours to practise the choreography for my clips, but this time I had four days to get it right.” (on her music video Chocolate)
8 “Since my first hit, I can’t believe how quickly time has passed. This collection is very dear to me and holds a lifetime of memories. There is nothing like time to give you a sense of perspective and I hope the listener gets as much enjoyment out of these tracks as I do. I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to experiment throughout the years and that my fans have embraced the need in me to try new approaches. I am just as excited about the new tracks featured here as I am about all the others on the record. At this point in my career, I am happy to celebrate the past and look forward to the future.” (on her 2004 greatest hits compilation Ultimate Kylie)
9 “That’s always a difficult question. Still being here!!! The point of my job is to entertain and make it look easy, so I guess it’s the parts you don’t often see which make me feel proud. All the behind the scenes work, the fears and insecurities I have to face and overcome to improve myself as a person and performer, all of the people who believe in me and encourage me. As you can see the list starts to go on and on. My sense of achievement is a study in motion and there’s much I wish to accomplish in the future, professional and personal.” (on her biggest achievement; 2004)
10 “I especially enjoy the period with ‘Shocked’, ‘What Do I Have To Do’ and ‘Better The Devil You Know’, so maybe something from there.” (when asked what earlier hits she would re-release if given the oppurtunity)
11 When I was eight, my pals and I went up to my bedroom, put on our party frocks and mimed to ABBA records using broom handles as microphones.
12 “I’m totally shattered. Everything has been so crazy. I’ve been trying to get my act together, but I am so exhausted I can barely string a sentence together. Making this album has really taken its toll.” (on recording the Fever album).
13 I don’t have to try to be a sex bomb, I am one!
14 People see me as Kylie the singer. It would be a dream for me to be taken seriously as an actress.
15 I never say never about a lot of things. Whatever you want, then more power to you. If someone feels they have to live up to a certain image, then I can kind of understand that pressure because I’m considered to be one of those images, and I know how unreal they are.
# Fact
1 Has petite, soft feet (UK size 3, US size 5) she loves to show off in her music videos, whether barefoot or in high heels.
2 Holds the record for the most weeks spent at #1 in total on the UK singles chart by a female artist.
3 Her song ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head’ has sold over a million copies in the UK making it one of the most successful singles in history. It has sold over seven million copies worldwide to date making it one of the most successful singles of all time.
4 Her song ‘Especially for You’ is the second highest selling single of the 1980s in the UK by a female artist. Only Jennifer Rush is above her.
5 She achieved 16 top 10 hits in the UK between 2000 and 2008 putting her in second place for the female artist with the most top 10 singles during that decade. Britney Spears was first with 17 top 10 entries on the chart.
6 In 2010 she became the first female artist to have a number one album and a top three hit single in the UK in four different decades.
7 The Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour placed 21st on Pollstar’s Top 50 Worldwide Tours in 2011.
8 Her 1988 debut album made her the first female solo artist to have an album exceed sales of two million in the UK. The album is still the 58th best-selling album of all time.
9 Her 1989 album ‘Enjoy Yourself’ sold over a million copies in the UK after just ten weeks on sale. It was once the fastest album by a female artist to sell a million copies.
10 She was the first musical act to have her first 11 singles all peak within the top five of the UK singles chart.
11 Her version of ‘The Loco-Motion’ is the most successful song of the 1980s in Australia.
12 She has achieved 34 top 10 hits in the UK, including seven number one singles, making her one of the most successful chart acts of all time.
13 Launched her first fragrance: “Darling by Kylie Minogue”. [November 2006]
14 Launched her spectacular “Showgirl Homecoming Tour” in her hometown of Melbourne, Australia. Her first UK performance of the tour will be a special New Years Eve show. [December 2006]
15 Release of her autobiography, “La La La”. [2003]
16 London SW6, England [December 2007]
17 Pictured on a 60¢ Australian commemorative postage stamp in the Living Legends series, issued 18 January 2013. Other performers honored in this issue were John Farnham, Paul Kelly, Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum, Olivia Newton-John, AC/DC, Cold Chisel, INXS, Men at Work and The Seekers.
18 Ranked #64 in Men’s Health 100 Hottest Women of All Time (2011).
19 Received an honorary doctorate degree for her work raising awareness of breast cancer. Made an honorary Doctor of Health Sciences by Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, Southern England on October 5, 2011.
20 Ranked #51 in the 2011 FHM list of ‘100 Sexiest Women in the World’. Previously she ranked #93 in 2008, #37 in 2005, #19 in 2004, #9 in 2003, #6 in 2002, #44 in 2001, #67 in 2000, #34 in 1999, #22 in 1998, #64 in 1997, #20 in 1996, and #14 in 1995.
21 In February 2010, she appeared in a series of print adverts for Tous Handbags. In these adverts, she posed as a sexy magician’s assistant, which included being sawed into quarters in an illusion called The Mis-made Girl.
22 She is the first, and the only, female recording artist in UK chart history to have a number one album in four consecutive decades, achieving this in the 1980s, 90s, 00s and 10s.
23 “Songs in the Key of Life” (1976) by Stevie Wonder, is one of her all-time favorite albums.
24 “A Sunday Kind Of Love” by Etta James is one of her favorite songs.
25 She states in interviews the most exciting thing about meeting fans of hers that are celebrities is that most of the times she is a huge fan of theirs.
26 She was awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2008 Queen’s New Years Honors List for her services to music.
27 October 1993: Was invited by Baz Luhrmann, the Australian director of Strictly Ballroom (1992) and Moulin Rouge! (2001) to pose at Universal Studios in Los Angeles for Bert Stern, the photographer responsible for the world famous Marilyn Monroe sessions. This resulted in an unprecedented 21 page “60’s style” spread in the January 1993 edition of Australian “Vogue”.
28 28 October 2007: Won the UK’s Music Industry Trusts’ Award. She is the first woman ever, in the 16-year event, to win this prestigious award.
29 Winner of the 2007 Q Idol Award.
30 Ranked #27 on VH1’s 100 Sexiest Artists.
31 Chosen by Australian men magazine Zoo weekly as one of the “Top 50 Hottest Babes Ever”. [March 2006]
32 Announced her separation from Olivier Martinez in a statement, saying their decision was mutual and amicable (2 February 2007).
33 10th January 2006: Named the most broadcast artist on radio and television in Australia in 2005. This is Kylie’s third time atop the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia’s ‘Most Broadcast Artist’ list in the last five years, having previously secured the honor in 2002 and 2003. Kylie also had two tracks make the top 100 most broadcast songs: “I Believe In You” at #18 and “Giving You Up” at #79.
34 23rd October 2005: Nominated for Best Female Artist and Best Pop Release (for her smash hit “I Believe In You”), at the 2005 ARIA Music Awards in Sydney, Australia. This brings her ARIA nominations total to 34, 15 of which she has won to date.
35 8th Sept 2005: The “Official 2006 Kylie Calendar”, featuring 13 fabulous Kylie shots, was published by Danilo and became the highest selling calendar of the year. This is the fourth year in a row Kylie has done this.
36 Wednesday 23rd March 2005: Nominated in the category of London’s Favourite International Artist at the 2005 Capital Radio Awards at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
37 15th February 2005: Dressed in a stunning Chanel dress, she stole the show at the 2005 Elle Style Awards held at London’s trendy Spitalfields Market. Kylie was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at Britain’s annual ‘Style Oscars’ and posed for photos with fellow Aussie and award winner, Cate Blanchett.
38 Currently holds the record for the biggest selling female artist in Australian concert history, with ticket sales in excess of half a million.
39 30th January 2005: Attended the charity premiere of Sprung! The Magic Roundabout (2005) in London’s Leicester Square in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
40 September 2004: “Love Kylie” lingerie received its first nomination in the Company High Street Awards in the category of ‘Best Lingerie Brand’.
41 September 2004: Nominated for 2 Australian ARIA Music Awards in the categories of ‘Best Pop Release’ (for her album “Body Language”), and ‘Best Female Artist’.
42 September 2004: Voted the 2nd Sexiest Woman Of The Year by FHM Magazine (after Carmen Electra).
43 7th June 2006: Named ‘Woman Of The Year’ at the 2006 Glamour Awards.
44 Becomes sponsor and patron of Sri Lankan theatrical troupe “Children Of The Sea”. “Children Of The Sea”, brainchild of the award winning English director and producer Toby Gough, was formed in the aftermath of the tsunami. It is a group of 27 Sri Lankans, mostly children, performing a version of Shakespeare’s “Pericles” adapted to apply to the tragedy left behind by the tsunami. In August 2005, the production won first prize at the Edinburgh Festival. In March 2006, Kylie visited the children in Sri Lanka.
45 June 2006: Made a surprise appearance at G-A-Y to present her sister Dannii Minogue with a bouquet of flowers after her live greatest hits set at the infamous London club night.
46 October 2003: Nominated for 2 Australian Aria Music Awards: Best Female Artist, and Best Pop Release for “Come Into My World”.
47 October 2003: Won “Most Played Australian Artist on Australian Commercial Radio” at the 15th Annual Commercial Radio Awards.
48 April 1998: Won two awards at the 1998 Creative and Design Awards, held in London: Best Artist Website (for the website Kylie Ultra) and Best Special Effects Awards (for the music video “Did It Again”).
49 January 1998: Hosted “MTV Snowball: World Snowboard Championships” in Austria.
50 December 1997: Voted Most Fanciable Female by readers of “Melody Maker”.
51 September 1997: Received “The Most Stylish Award” at the 1997 Elle Style Awards.
52 December 2003: Voted the #1 Sexiest Woman of the Year, #1 “Best Dressed Celebrity” and 4th “Best Solo Artist” in “Okay” magazine’s 2003 Readers Poll.
53 December 2003: Voted the Hottest Girl Star Of The Year by the “Daily Express”.
54 December 2003: Voted Sexiest Woman of the Year by “Star” Magazine.
55 17th February 2004: Nominated for Best International Female at the 2004 Brit Awards at Earls Court, London. This was the fifth time she was nominated for this award, having been nominated in 1989, 1995, 2001 and winning in 2002.
56 Saturday 13th March 2004: Honored with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Pop at the Bravo Supershow Awards in Hanover, Germany. The awards were voted by readers of German pop magazine Bravo.
57 April 2004: Ranked highest placed female on Phonograph Performance Ltd’s list of the most played artists on UK radio over the last 20 years and 4th over all. This was compiled using data from all 600 national and local radio stations across the UK. Kylie, who smashed airplay records with hits like “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” and “Love At First Sight”, was only one of two female artists in the Top 10, and ranked two places above Madonna at #6.
58 April 2004: Judged the 4th “Sexiest Woman in the World of Pop” by UK’s “Zoo” magazine.
59 April 2004: Voted #1 in Maxim’s Sexiest Older Female Poll.
60 May 2004: Nominated for the Australian Showbusiness Ambassador of the Year at the Australian Entertainment 29th Mo Awards.
61 June 2004: “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” comes in at #1 in the Top 100 Ultimate Party Anthems as compiled by MTV Dance.
62 June 2004: Voted the 3rd Most Beautiful Woman Of The Decade by FHM Magazine.
63 Saturday 18th September 2004: Made her first appearance as an NSPCC ambassador at the Matalan Ball at Knowsley Hall, the home of the Earl and Countess of Derby.
64 February 2002: Became her biggest month in her career for winning awards: Winning Best International Female Artist and Best International Album for “Fever” at the 2002 Brit Awards; Single of The Year (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”) at the Dutch Edison Awards, the Golden Otto Award at the German Bravo Awards; and Best Pop Act at the German Bravo Awards.
65 November 2002: Nominated for two MTV Asia Awards: Best Female Artist and Best Video for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”.
66 November 2002: Triumphed at the 2002 MTV Europe Music Awards winning Best Pop Act and Best Dance Act!.
67 November 2002: Stole the show at the 2002 Top of The Pops Awards with a stunning performance of “Come Into My World (Fisherspooner Mix)” and a second award for Tour Of The Year for “Fever Tour 2002”.
68 December 2002: Voted “The Female Celebrity With The Sexiest Voice” in a survey carried out by a mobile phone company. ‘Sean Connery (I)’ topped the male category.
69 December 2002: Named “The Second Greatest Female Artist Of All Time” by music channel VH1.
70 December 2002: Declared “The Best Body In The World” by magazine “Celebrity Bodies”.
71 December 2002: A survey of office workers revealed that most workers would consider Kylie the “Ideal Female Boss”.
72 December 2002: Her waxwork at Madam Tussaud’s in the UK is voted “Top Pop Star” and “Most Beautiful Woman” in the Madame Tussaud’s 2002 Annual Popularity Poll.
73 February 2003: Her lingerie range, “Love Kylie” was finally launched in the UK in Selfridges to a massive media frenzy and incredible sales results. Demand far exceeded supply with Selfridges who doubled their orders to cope.
74 March 2003: Won Best Artist at the ILMC (International Live Music Conference) and her manager Terry Blamey was awarded Manager of The Year!.
75 March 2003: Voted “The Most Desirable Australian Female” by “FHM Magazine”, Australia.
76 September 2003: Nominated for Best Female Artist and Best Pop Artist at the 2003 MTV Europe Awards.
77 June 2003: Won two of the most prestigious accolades at the 28th Annual MO Awards in Australia: “Showbusiness Ambassador of the Year” (for the second consecutive year) and “Live Australian Performer of the Year” (for the third year in a row).
78 June 2003: Voted the “Sexiest Pop Pin Up” in the world by viewers of music channel VH1.
79 April 2003: Along with Kids Help Line and Optus, Kylie won an award for excellence from the Fundraising Institute of Australia for the 2002 “Kids Help Line” fund raising campaign in Australia.
80 March 2003: Voted in the Top 5 for “Sexiest Woman On The Planet” by “Ralph” Magazine, Australia.
81 March 2003: Voted in the Top 5 for Best International Singer and Woman of the Year at the “Maxim” Magazine Awards.
82 March 2003: Awarded a Centenary Medal by the Governor General of Australia for “Outstanding Contribution to the Music Industry”.
83 September 2002: Her manager Terry Blamey was honored Manager of The Year by The International Music Manager’s Forum.
84 September 2002: The Official 2003 Kylie calendar becomes the #1 Bestseller of the Year on release.
85 September 2002: Won “Best International Dance Act” at the Italian 2002 Dance Awards.
86 August 2002: Presented an award to Mary J. Blige at the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony in New York.
87 July 2002: Won “Best Chart Act” at the London Dancestar Awards.
88 May 2002: The Manchester Evening News presented Kylie with a plaque in recognition of having the most number of shows by a solo artist to sell out at the Manchester Arena ever.
89 March 2002: Her “Agent Provocateur” cinema commercial won Best Cinema Commercial Of The Year at the British TV Awards.
90 March 2002: Attended the 2002 World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, Monaco, at the invitation of His Serene Highness ‘Prince Albert of Monaco’ for the fifth time. At the award show, she was named Best Selling Australian Artist of The Year and delivered another show stopping performance of “Can’t Get Blue Monday Out Of My Head”, to an world-wide audience of a billion people!.
91 February 2002: Won Best Pop Act at the 2002 NME Awards! She was also nominated for Song Of The Year (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”) and Best Solo Artist.
92 February 2002: Awarded the Golden Otto Award at the German Bravo Awards.
93 November 2001: Won four Italian Dance Music Awards: Best International Dance Artist, Best Single (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”), Best Video (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”) and Best Album (for “Fever”).
94 November 2001: Nominated for two Smash Hits Awards: Best Female and Best Single (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”).
95 November 2001: Won two major awards at the 2001 Top Of The Pops Awards; Top Tour (for the “On A Night Like This Tour”) and Top Song (for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”). She was also nominated for Top Pop Act.
96 October 2001: Over eight million viewers in the UK alone tune into her ITV television special An Audience with Kylie Minogue (2001).
97 September 2001: Attended the Royal Premiere of Moulin Rouge! (2001) alongside ‘Prince Charles’, Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor.
98 September 2001: Received the award for “Services To Mankind”, at the prestigious GQ Awards in London. Other winners on the night included; Sir Elton John, U2, Benicio Del Toro, Tony Blair and Robbie Williams. Kylie would also grace the cover of “GQ” magazine for their special award winner’s edition.
99 August 2001: Named Australia’s Most Beautiful Export by “Australian Trade Magazine”.
100 August 2001: Her bottom was voted amongst “The World’s Top 10 Butts”, ahead of Caprice and Nicole Kidman by US Magazine “Celebrity Sleuth”.
101 9th July 2001: Awarded “Performer Of The Year”, (the highest accolade) as The 26th Annual Mo Awards Presentation Ceremony held at the Sydney Town Hall in Sydney, Australia. First presented in 1976, with the late Johnny O’Keefe as the inaugural chairman, the Mo Awards are the longest running awards for excellence in live performance in Australia.
102 July 2001: Voted in the Top 5 of “The 1000 Sexiest Women Ever” in Maxim magazine.
103 April 1999: Signed a major recording deal with Parlophone Records, part of the EMI Group, and commenced work on her seventh studio album “Light Years”.
104 October 1999: ARIA nomination for Best Australian Female Artist.
105 January 2001: Voted the #1 Sexiest Celebrity in the World by UK’s “Heat” Magazine.
106 January 2001: Won “Best Pop Artist” in the Australian “Rolling Stone” magazines reader’s poll.
107 January 2001: Was named the second most searched Female Artist after Madonna of the previous year (2000). She beat other ‘strong’ female artists like Mariah Carey (3rd place), Céline Dion (4th place) and Jennifer Lopez (5th place).
108 January 2001: Was one of the most downloaded artists on Napster, running an amazing numbers of downloads (almost 17 million) under her name in the last year.
109 16th May 2001: Attended the LA premiere of the film Moulin Rouge! (2001), in which she featured as The Green Fairy.
110 May 2001: Appears on the cover of British “Vogue” magazine. This event headlined the evening news in Australia.
111 June 2001: Attended Vogue’s “It’s Fashion” party, a celebration of fashion in aid of cancer research. She was invited to sit next to ‘Prince Charles’ at the head table.
112 June 2001: Was awarded the Silver Clef Nordoff Robbins “International Award”. Previous winners of this prestigious accolade include; U2, INXS, AC/DC, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and The Corrs.
113 July 2001: Voted amongst the Top 10 Sexiest Women Alive in Australia’s “Who Weekly” magazine.
114 September 1996: Once again ranked amongst the Top 20 of “The 100 Sexiest Women in The World” by Europe’s “FHM” magazine .
115 November 1996: The readers of “Sky” magazine voted Kylie (and her sister Dannii Minogue) amongst the Top 10 Women Readers Would Most Like To Spend The Night With.
116 April 1997: Was voted 6th Sexiest Females of the Decade by the readers of “Sky” magazine in the UK.
117 September 1995: Won Best Australian Video of 1994 (for “Put Yourself In My Place”) at the Australian Record Industry Association Awards. She was also nominated for Best Female Artist and Highest Selling Record.
118 November 1995: Presented the MTV Awards in Paris, France.
119 September 1995: “FHM” magazine in Europe, ranked her 14th among “The World’s 100 Sexiest Females Ever” ahead of the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Elle Macpherson and Kim Basinger.
120 June 1995: Appeared on the cover of the July issue of “Loaded” magazine in the UK. It became their biggest selling issue ever, selling almost 150,000 as compared with their average figure of approximately 110,000.
121 January 1994: Voted #1 amongst “The 50 Most Shaggable People” by prestigious UK music magazine “Select”.
122 November 1994: Hosted the prestigious People’s Choice Awards in Sydney, Australia.
123 December 1994: Voted amongst the top 10 Best Albums, Best Single, and Best Female Solo Singer at the Smash Hits Awards in the UK.
124 June 1994: Commenced filming her second film; the Jean-Claude Van Damme $40 million movie Street Fighter (1994) in Thailand and Australia. In December 1994, on its US release, the film scored the second highest box office nationally grossing US$100,000 in its first month, making it the most successful movie ever, based on a game.
125 June 1994: Became only the third person ever to appear twice on the cover of Europe’s taste setter magazine, “The Face”. She was also selected as the cover girl for “Who Weekly’s Most Beautiful People In The World 1994” issue in Australia. In July 1994, she also made her second “i-D” magazine cover.
126 May 1994: For the fourth consecutive year His Serene Highness ‘Prince Albert of Monaco’ invited her to the 1994 World Music Awards. This year the awards were attended by Prince, Whitney Houston and Ray Charles amongst others.
127 October 1993: Was invited by Baz Luhrmann, the Australian director of Strictly Ballroom (1992) and Moulin Rouge! (2001) to pose at Universal Studios in Los Angeles for Bert Stern, the photographer responsible for the world famous Marilyn Monroe sessions. This resulted in an unprecedented 21 page “60’s style” spread in the January 1993 edition of Australian “Vogue”.
128 May 1993: Together with her sister Dannii Minogue, her mother Carol Minogue and some of her closest friends, was invited to “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” to celebrate her 25th birthday over a private breakfast in the board-room of the world famous jewelery store.
129 July 1993: Herself and her sister Dannii Minogue broke the record as the most successful sisters ever on the British charts, after Dannii had her sixth Top 40 hit in the UK: “This Is It”.
130 August 1993: Was voted the World’s Coolest Female in Music by London’s “Select” Magazine.
131 May 1993: Was invited by Prince Albert of Monaco (for the third time) to present at the 1993 World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, hosted by Michael Douglas and attended by the worlds leading names in music including Michael Jackson, Tina Turner and Rod Stewart.
132 February 1993: Signed her second worldwide record deal with deConstruction Records through RCA/BMG in the UK; Imago through BMG in the US, Mushroom Records in Australia/NZ, and BMG throughout the rest of the world.
133 November 1992: Received the award for “Sexiest Person On The Planet” from both DMC and Mix-Mag magazines, the world’s most credible dance music authorities.
134 June 1992: At the personal request of Sting, she participated in the “Rhythm Of Life Fashion Charity Gala” at London’s Grosvenor Hotel, to raise money for the Rainforest Foundation. Kylie held her own on the catwalk alongside the world’s top models including Claudia Schiffer, Yasmin Le Bon and Naomi Campbell.
135 March 1992: Was nominated for “Best Australian Female Artist of 1991” by the Australian Record Industry Association.
136 October 1991: Embarked on the “Let’s Get To It Tour”, her second concert tour of the UK arenas, once again playing to packed houses. In April 1992, the eighty minute video cassette “Kylie Live: Live In Dublin”, the film of a recent “Let’s Get To It Tour” concert filmed in Dublin, Ireland was released around the world. On the week of release in the UK, it debuted in the Music Week video charts at #2.
137 May 1991: At the 1991 World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, she was the personal guest of Prince Albert of Monaco, along with Elton John, Rick Astley, Lisa Stansfield, and many other of the world’s top artists and was presented with the award for “Best Selling Australian Artist”. In May 1992, she was once again invited by Prince Albert to attend the 1992 World Music Awards.
138 November 1990: Was presented with a prestigious Diamond Award for Music Excellence in Brussels.
139 February 1990: The Australian Variety Industry honors her with the “Mo Award” for Ambassador to Australian Showbusiness.
140 February 1990: The “Enjoy Yourself Tour”, her first concert tour of Australia was a resounding success. By April 1990, the tour leg of the UK, Europe and South East Asia kicked off in Birmingham where Kylie played to a full house of 12,700 screaming fans where it continued to play to capacity crowds in London, Belfast and Dublin. In May 1990, it continued on to packed houses in London, Paris and Brussels where Kylie’s performances pleased both audiences and the press alike.
141 February 1990: Was named The Queen of the #2 Position in England at the UK Music Week awards with #2 Artist of the Year, #2 Album of the Year for “Enjoy Yourself”, and the #2 Single of the Year for “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”.
142 January 1990: Israeli radio vote her “#1 Female Artist of 1989”.
143 May 1989: US Smash Hits magazine readers vote her fourth “Best Female Singer” (after Siouxie, Debbie Gibson and Madonna. Meanwhile, demand for the Kylie product became so great in East Germany that a special EP was released.
144 October 1989: For the second year in a row UK Smash Hits magazine readers vote her “Most Fanciable Female” and “Best Female Singer in the World”.
145 In June 1989, she had completed filming on her debut film The Delinquents (1989). When the film premiered in London’s West End in December 1989, over 20,000 fans crowded Leicester Square to catch a glimpse of Kylie. The film was released around the world to rave reviews and by January 1990, the film had become the top grossing movie in the UK and third highest in Australia. The soundtrack to the film featured Kylie’s #1 UK single “Tears On My Pillow”. Another Kylie song “We Know The Meaning Of Love” was inspired by the film.
146 November 1989: Is honored by being only the third artist ever to have a “star” in the “Hard Rock Walk Of Fame” in Sydney, Australia.
147 December 1989: Lights the Regent St. Christmas lights, a time honored British tradition, usually performed by Royalty.
148 December 1989: Scandecor awards her a “Gold Poster” for sales of Kylie’s poster in Europe, being their biggest selling product. Kylie (along with Jason Donovan also received the “Silver Poster” for the poster of their duet “Especially For You”.
149 December 1989: She joins with the likes Bob Geldof, Bananarama, Bros, Cliff Richard, Lisa Stansfield, Wet Wet Wet, Jason Donovan and Sonia, among others for Band Aid 2’s 1989 recording of “Do They Know It’s Christmas” to raise money for Ethiopia. It debuts at #1 in the UK and holds that position over Christmas. This caused Kylie to end up starting the year of 1989 at #1 with “Especially For You” and to end the year of 1989 at #1 with “Do They Know It’s Christmas”. In February 1990, UK Music Week awards the song #2 Single of the Year.
150 December 1989: Is voted “The Best Female Vocalist” at the 1989 Japan Radio Music Awards.
151 December 1989: In his New Year’s Eve 1989 “Review of the Decade” on BBC-TV, Clive James pays special tribute to Kylie and presents her with the award for “Woman Of The Decade”.
152 December 1989: The readers of Australian magazine TV Hits vote Kylie “Best Pop Singer for 1989” and “Sexiest Person Alive” for the second year in a row.
153 March 1990: Received the International Outstanding Achievement Award voted to her by the Board of Governors of the Australian Record Industry Association.
154 January 1990: Was voted #1 Radio Artist for 1989 in France. (Second was David Hallyday, third Madonna and fourth Phil Collins).
155 March 1988: Becomes the first person to ever to win four Logies (the Australian equivalent of an Emmy) on one night: the Gold for “Most Popular Personality on Australian Television”, the Silver for the second year in a row, “Most Popular Personality on Victorian (State) Television” and “Most Popular Music Video in Australia” for “Locomotion”. This also made her the youngest actor/actress ever to hold five Logies.
156 July 1988: Is named the fastest start to a career in Europe with three Top 10 records (“I Should Be So Lucky”, “Got To Be Certain” and “The Locomotion”) in the first seven months of 1988 plus a platinum album (“Kylie”) in just four weeks in the UK.
157 October 1988: UK Smash Hits magazine readers vote her Most Fanciable Female and Best Female Singer.
158 September 1988: Readers of the London Sun voted Kylie #1 Girl Singer and the Top Newcomer.
159 January 1989: Had three simultaneous International #1 singles. “The Locomotion” in Canada, “Turn It Into Love” in Japan and “Especially For You” (with Jason Donovan) in the UK.
160 December 1988: Ends the year in the UK with the biggest album of 1988 “Kylie” (6 times Platinum with sales of 1.8 million) at #2 (having been in the top 10 since its release in June 1988); #1 video “Especially For You”, and #2 single, “Especially For You, both with Jason Donovan.
161 December 1988: In Israel, Kylie is the only artist to end the year with three singles in the Top 40, where she is also voted “Most Popular Female Singer of the Year”.
162 January 1989: Kylie voted #1 in record Mirror survey of the top recording acts of 1988 in the UK, compiled from sales information of over 40,000 different records, collected by Gallup.
163 December 1988: Australian Smash Hits magazine readers vote her “Most Fanciable Female” and “Best Female Singer”. Whilst the readers of the Australian magazine TV Hits vote her “Hunkiest Person Alive” and “Best Female T.V. Personality”.
164 December 1988: Became the first artist to ever have four consecutive #1 singles in Finland (“I Should Be So Lucky”, “Got To Be Certain”, “The Locomotion” and “Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi”).
165 January 1989: “Kylie’s Remixes Vol.1” is originally released in Japan in 1989 and featured extended versions of hits from her debut album. The album later re-issued in Australia in 1998 as part of Mushroom Records “Classics”.
166 May 1989: Voted Best Female Singer, Best Actress, Most Adorable Female and 2nd Most Masterful LP by English magazine “No 1’s” readers poll.
167 March 1989: Receives her second “Heart Award” for Recording Artist of the Year from the Australian Variety Club.
168 March 1989: Nominated for three Logies: The Gold for “Most Popular Personality on Australian Television”, the Silver for the third year in a row and “Most Popular Music Video in Australia” for “Especially For You” (with Jason Donovan).
169 March 1989: The Australian Record Industry Association nominates Kylie for five awards with “I Should Be So Lucky” picking up Biggest Selling Single of the year (1988).
170 February 1989: Posed for a wax model of herself at the World famous Madame Tussaud’s wax gallery in London.
171 February 1989: The Mirror in London votes Kylie the “Best Actress in the World”.
172 February 1989: Japanese Phonographic Record Association presents Kylie two 1988 “Disc Awards” for The Best Selling New Artist and Best Selling Single of the Year (for “I Should Be So Lucky”).
173 February 1989: Voted “Best International Female Artist” by a landslide at the Irish Record Industry Awards.
174 After the announcement of her cancer diagnosis, the Australian public’s support was overwhelming. Even Prime Minister John Howard issued a statement supporting her.
175 Announced that she will continue her “Showgirls: The Greatest Hits” tour at the Sydney Entertainment Center on 11 November 2006.
176 Due to the extensive media coverage of her illness, Australian doctors stated that the number of mammographies in Australia rose by 40%, which they call the “Kylie effect” (2006).
177 March 1987: The youngest star ever to win the Silver Logie for “Most Popular Actress in Australia”.
178 November 2004: Nominated for Online Artist of the Year and Best Pop Artist at the 2004 Digital Music Awards.
179 Diagnosed with breast cancer and canceled her tour of Australia. She also had to pull out her headlining appearance at the 2005 Glastonbury Festival. [May 2005]
180 Thursday 10th February 2005: Nominated for Best International Female at the 2005 Brit Awards. This is the sixth time that Kylie has been nominated for Best International Female which she won in 2002 along with the prestigious ‘Best International Album’ award for the multi-million selling “Fever”.
181 Mother is Carol Minogue (aka: Carol Jones Minogue). Father is Accountant Ron Minogue. Grew up in the inner Melbourne suburb of Surrey Hills.
182 Wednesday 24th November 2004: I Believe In You hit #7 on the European Airplay Charts, and continued to rise.
183 Tuesday 23rd November 2004: Presented with the Special Jury Award at the Annual 2005 Onda Awards Ceremony in Spain, in recognition of her incredible career and contribution to popular music. This made it her second lifetime achievement award in less than a week. Two days earlier she had been inducted into the Smash Hits Hall of Fame in the UK. The Inda Awards are Spain’s equivalent to the The Brit, Aria & Grammy awards.
184 November 2004: Donated over 300 items of her clothing to the Victorian Arts Centre’s Performing Art Collection in her home town of Melbourne, Australia. This collection became the subject of her own exciting exhibition called ‘Kylie’. Featuring over 300 plus costumes and other items donated by Kylie to the Arts Centres Performing Art Collection, the free exhibition celebrated contributions made to music, television, stage and screen by one of Melbourne’s favorite home-town girls. The items on show will include the infamous white muslin dress seen in the “I Should Be So Lucky” video, the pink and silver Showgirl costume from “Intimate & Live”, the amazing Silvanemesis outfit from the 2002 ‘Fever Tour’, the legendary gold hot pants from “Spinning Around” and the customized charm bracelets and ‘knuckle dusters’ featured in a number of performances and videos promoting her album “Fever”. The collection even extends to the overalls that helped make her a household name both in Australia and the UK as the much-loved tomboy mechanic Charlene Mitchell on “Neighbours”. The collection even extends to the overalls that helped make Kylie a household name both in Australia and the UK as the much-loved tomboy mechanic Charlene Mitchell on Neighbours. The exhibition opened in Melbourne at the Victorian Arts Centre (from Saturday 15th January 2005 – Sunday 24th April 2005), then toured to the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra (May-August 2005), the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane (September-November 2005) and the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney (January-May 2006). Having drawn over 293,000 fans during its three-month run at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, it officially became the Arts Centre’s highest attended exhibition ever.
185 Sunday 21st November 2004: Inducted into the Smash Hits Hall of Fame when she was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Smash Hits T4 Poll Winners Party held at London’s Wembley Arena. Kylie, whose first appearance at the annual pop awards show was in October 1989, was honored for her 17 year contribution to music.
186 5th November 2004: The single “I Believe In You” is named Radio 2’s ‘Record of the Week’. UK radio stations Capital and Radio 1 have both added the track to their A-lists.
187 3rd November 2004: Hosted an intimate preview of her SS ’05 Love Kylie collection and launched the Love Kylie Legs hosiery line in London.
188 Saturday 30th October 2004: “I Believe In You” named JK & Joel’s Weekend Anthem on their radio shows on Radio 1 in the UK.
189 17th October 2004: Her video for “Chocolate” was nominated in the category of Music Video at the 10th annual American Choreography Awards.
190 Thursday 28th October 2004: First Irish show for the upcoming “Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour”, at The Point in Dublin (7th April 2005) completely sold out in 20 minutes.
191 Monday 25th October 2004: “I Believe In You” named Scott Mills’ Record Of The Week on his show “Drivetime” on Radio 1 in the UK.
192 Monday 18th October 2004: All tickets for the first lot of UK tour dates for her upcoming “Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour” sold out in less than two hours. Debbie Thomas, director of corporate affairs at Earl Court revealed that tickets sold out a lot faster than the tickets for the recent concerts of Madonna and Elton John.
193 28th June 2004: Third and final single to be lifted from the platinum-selling album “Body Language”, “Chocolate” is released as a single. The single version features newly recorded vocals to that of the album version, and has a subtle remix. The seductive song, written by Karen Poole and Johnny Douglas (the team behind Red Blooded Woman), is one of Kylie’s personal favorites from the album “Body Language”. On 4th July 2004, the single gave Kylie her 27th UK Top 10 hit single when it entered the UK singles charts at #6. On the 7th May 2004, the single becomes the Most Added Track to Australian radio and hit #1 on the US Billboard Dance Charts. It was released in the UK on two CD formats and 12″ vinyl picture disc. The 2-track CD featured a stunning live rendition of “Love At First Sight” taken from the forthcoming “Body Language Live” DVD. The enhanced CD contained mixes from the likes of Tom Middleton and EMO, and included the first airing of the much sought after “City Games”, one of the first tracks that Kylie demoed for the “Body Language” album! A white label 12″ promo of “Chocolate”, featuring the unreleased EMO Dub Mix was also sent to DJ’s. A limited edition maxi-single release of only 10,000 copies peaked at #14 on the Australian Chart. Other chart activity includes: #1 in Lebanon, Romania Mix FM Chart & Croatian Airplay Chart. #2 on Slovenian Radio Celje Chart. #3 on Eurochart Radio Sound Chart. #4 in Macedonia. #6 in Thailand & Slovenian Radio Plus Chart. #7 in Estonia, Hungary & Slovenian Radio Fantasy Chart. #8 on Croatian Otvoreni Radio Chart & Slovenian Popularnih 40 Chart. #9 on Slovenian Radio Antenna Chart. #11 on UK TV Airplay Chart. #13 on MTV Europe Top 20, Slovenian Radio Kranj Chart & Portugal Online Chart. #14 in Italy. #15 in Lithuanian M-1 Chart. #17 in Israel & Slovenian Airplay Chart. #19 on Eurochart EU Chart. #23 in Greece. #24 on Russian Airplay Chart. #26 in Ireland. #27 in South Africa. #29 on German Airplay Chart. #30 on United World Sales & Airplay Chart. #34 on UK Airplay Chart. #36 on Belgium Flanders Airplay Chart #43 in Germany. #47 on Belgium Airplay Chart #53 in Switzerland. #58 in Austria. #68 on Czech Airplay. #69 in France. #70 Norway Airplay Chart. The London filming of the enchanting video for “Chocolate” saw Kylie re-unite with award-winning director Dawn Shadforth (who directed Kylie’s “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” and “In Your Eyes” videos ), and acclaimed choreographer Michael Rooney (who choreographed her “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” and “Slow” videos, as well as the DVD “Body Language Live”). The hypnotic video shows Kylie as you’ve never seen her before, the stunning dance sequences are a nostalgic tribute to the MGM musicals of old. The video premiered on “CD: UK” on Saturday 22nd May 2004. On 17th October 2004, the video was nominated in the category of Music Video at the 10th Annual American Choreography Awards in Los Angeles. The other nominees were: Usher Raymond (Usher) “Yeah”, Missy Elliott “Pass That Dutch / I’m Really Hot” and Britney Spears featuring Madonna for “Me Against The Music”.
194 June 2004: Sued Australian magazine “People”, for reportedly publishing a faked picture of her naked bottom in the January 2003 issue. The picture had Kylie’s head superimposed on the body of a nude model. The magazine will also be sued for unauthorised use of copyright images from her autobiography “La La La” used in the same issue.
195 9th June 2004: “Slow” music video wins Best Pop Video at the Music Week Creative and Design Awards.
196 July 2004: Voted Number 1 Best Legs in Show Business by the razor company Gillette, ahead of Cameron Diaz, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
197 Saturday 10th April 2004: “Slow” music video won Best International Video at the 2004 TMF Awards at Rotterdam Arena, Rotterdam, Holland. Kylie was also nominated for Best Female Singer.
198 (16th February 2004) Nominated for Best Music Artist at the 2004 Elle Style Awards.
199 In 2002, named the Biggest Selling Australian Artist of all time, with over 65 million album sales worldwide as of May 2004. She is also the winner of numerous awards including Logies, ARIAs, and a Grammy.
200 Born at the Bethlehem Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. Mother is Carol Minogue, father is Accountant Ron Minogue. Kylie grew up in the inner Melbourne suburb of Surrey Hills.
201 Her song, “Love At First Sight”, aired on the video game, “DDRMAX2: Dance Dance Revolution”.
202 Voted the 15th greatest pop culture icon of all time in a UK poll.
203 October 2001: Won 2 ARIA Music Awards in Sydney, Australia: Best Female Artist and Best Pop Release for “Light Years”.
204 October 2000: The third single from the album “Light Years”, “Kids” was originally written by Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers solely for her; however, Robbie was so fond of the song, he decided to turn it into a duet and also included it on his album “Sing When You’re Winning”.
205 Nominated for Best International Female at the 2004 Brit Awards. (17th Feb 2004)
206 4th July 1988: The eponymous debut album “Kylie”, entered both the UK & Australian charts at #2. Never before had a debut album by a female artist debuted so high on either country’s charts. The album also made Kylie the youngest female and first Australian artist to top the UK album chart, reaching the summit on two separate occasions. On release it went Double Platinum in Australia, Gold in the UK, Gold in Germany and Gold in Singapore.
207 Just two months prior to the release of her duet with Jason Donovan, “Especially For You”, Kylie proclaimed to Smash Hits magazine that there was no chance of a duet with Jason Donovan.
208 Saturday 24th January 2004:Nominated for Best International Female and Best Musical Website for at the French 2004 NRJ Awards in Cannes, France.
209 Sunday 25th January 2004: Won Best Dance Act at the Swedish 2004 NRJ Awards in Stockholm beating off strong competition from the likes of Room 5 and Junior Senior. She was also nominated in the categories of Best International Female and Best Pop.
210 September 2002: Awarded the prestigious Woman Of The Year Award at the 2002 Elle Style Awards.
211 “Slow” became her 7th UK #1 single and 9th Australian #1 single. The single also enabled her to enter the record books as the female solo artist to enjoy the longest duration as a UK chart topper (since January 1988 with “I Should Be So Lucky”, nearly 16 years in total). “Slow” also hit #1 on the Australian Dance Singles Chart and #1 on the Australasian Singles Chart. (9th November 2003).
212 Recorded her 9th studio album “Body Language” in London, Ireland and Spain.
213 A stage musical inspired by 25 of her hits “I Should Be So Lucky”, premiered in her hometown, Melbourne, Australia as part of its annual Gay Midsummer Festival. The musical contained songs spanning from her 1st single “The Locomotion” up to “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”, including hits, album tracks as well as a rare song “In Denial”. (January 2001)
214 Celebrity Ambassador for Kids Help Line in Australia.
215 Became the first Ambassador for the NSPCC. A foundation preventing cruelty to children.
216 Sold out 7 nights at the London Hammersmith Apollo with her “On A Night Like This Tour”. (2001)
217 Single “Slow” become the most added track to U.S. radio in its first week of release. (January 2004)
218 Winner of the 2004 Grammy for Best Dance Recording for her single “Come Into My World”, beating off strong competition such as Madonna, Cher, Télépopmusik & Groove Aramada. (8th February 2004)
219 Nominated for Best International Female at the 1989 Brit Awards. (1989)
220 Nominated for Best International Female at the 1995 Brit Awards. (1995)
221 Won Best Dance Act at the 2004 Swedish NRJ Awards in Stockholm. (25th January 2004)
222 February 2002: Won 2 of the major awards at the 2002 Brit Awards: Best International Female & Best International Album for Fever. She was also nominated for Best Pop Act and Best Video (with Robbie Williams for “Kids”) and stole the show with an incredible performance of “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” mixed with “Blue Monday”.
223 2001: Nominated for the prestigious ‘Best International Female’ Award at the Brit Awards 2001 (2001).
224 She has her own lingerie brand called “Love Kylie”.
225 Younger brother Brendan Minogue is a television cameraman.
226 Former sister-in-law of actor/producer Julian McMahon.
227 January 2002: Received the Showbusiness Personality of the Year Award at The Variety Club of Great Britain Showbusiness Awards 2002. Miss Minogue was absent from the ceremonies as she was abroad promoting her latest single so she sent a televised message.
228 Voted best dressed female by readers of “Heat” (UK) magazine. [December 2001]
229 Her father is Australian, with Irish ancestry. Her mother was born in Wales.
230 1997 saw a rather alternative Kylie crop up after two years of silence. Collaborations with Manic Street Preachers and others gave the “Impossible Princess” album an indie touch. Although not a commercial success, it was acclaimed by critics as being the final proof that Kylie and her music had matured. Kylie did, however, return to her roots and what she knows best with her smashing comeback to pop music in the year 2000. The first single released from the album “Light Years” immediately hit the number one spot in the UK, making her one of the few artists such as Madonna and Elton John with number one hits in both the eighties, nineties and noughties. Kylie also released a duet, “Kids”, with pop star Robbie Williams.
231 Performed at the closing ceremony of the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.
232 Older sister of Dannii Minogue and Brendan Minogue.

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