We first knew Kylie Minogue as the young Charlene on Australian soap opera 'Neighbours'. She ventured into music in the 1980's, and quickly gained the status of 'Pop Princess'. 'The Locomotion' was the biggest-selling record of the decade in her home country, and was followed by 'I Should Be So Lucky' and 'Especially For You', a debut with her Neighbours coworker and off-screen beau Jason Donavon.
Minogue continued to transform with time, releasing a more mature sound with the likes of 'Better Than The Devil You Know' and 'Put Yourself in My Place'. She worked with a variety of artists ranging from Nick Cave Towa Tei, and Sean Moore of Manic Street Preachers, touring the world throughout the 1990s. Her career soared further at the turn of the millennium, as 'Spinning Around', 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' 'On a Night Like This' confirmed Minogue was here to stay. The disco-pop sound won over audiences and gave her further chart-topping singles.
After taking a break from the spotlight due to health conditions, Minogue returned and immediately ignited fires as she confirmed she was headlining Glastonbury 2019. Her performance was reportedly the most-watched ever in the UK festival's history, cementing her crowning title forever.