Kylie Minogue was born on May 28, 1968, in Australia. She is one of the most popular performers of the late 20th and early 21st century. She holds numerous awards, including 17 ARIA Music awards, 3 BRIT Awards, and one Grammy. Kylie is mostly famous for such hits as “Locomotion”, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”, “Spinning Around” and “In My Eyes”.
Ever since she was very young, Kylie was interested in dancing and music. When she was nine, she debuted on Australian TV in such TV series as The Sullivans and Skyways. Initially, her older sister Danny was supposed to get the role, but the producers chose Kylie. While her parents were very supportive of her career, they tried to control her every step.
When Kylie graduated from high school, she landed a role in the TV series Neighbours. Back then, her paycheck was $2,000 per week. When Kylie turned 20, she already had 5 Logie awards.
In 1989, Kylie landed a starring role in The Delinquents. The movie wasn’t well accepted by the critics but had great box office results. Kylie took a break from acting until 1994. She dedicated her free time to music and released several albums.