Kylie Ann Minogue
BIOGRAPHY OBE  (born 28 May 1968 in Melbourne, Australia ) - Australian singer and actress, has released 11 studio albums, a compilation Ultimate Kylie concerts and records and a large number of singles. November 26, 2007, she released her 10th studio album X, promoted the single "2 Hearts" and 5 July 2010 was released the latest, the eleventh album "Aphrodite". Her plates spread with a circulation of 60 million copies worldwide.
When she was 11 she appeared in the TV series "Skyways". In 1981, you could see her in "The Sullivans". In the years 1984-1985 she played in "The Henderson Kids", and in 1986 resigned from learning to play Charlene in "Neighbours". With this role has become popular in his native country, and then heard about it in the UK. In 1987 appeared the first LP Kylie's "Locomotion". Her debut album, "Kylie" was then bought most often in the UK, and the singer herself was the youngest and the first Australian in the history of the British charts, which stormed to the top. After that Kylie she wanted to take care of your image. In its plates could be seen growing Kylie, she began to show the world your new look. In 1992 he appeared in her first "Greatest Hits" with a cover of "Celebration" band Kool & the Gang. Unfortunately, subsequent albums "Kylie Minogue" and "Impossible Princess", despite the fact that the texts had something to say, the public has not adopted the new discs too well. Triumphantly returned in 2000, the single "Spinning Around," which became a hit in both Australia and the UK. Kylie performed at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Sydney. If that were not enough realized a duet with Robbie Williams - "Kids". But the real popularity brought her album "Fever". Promoting the single "Can not Get You Out of My Head" has sold 4 million copies worldwide, and thanks to him alone Kylie got many awards. Minogue released a compilation of his two plate greatest hits, Fri "Ultimate Kylie".
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