Kiss Me Always: The Ultimate Kylie Minogue Video Timeline
By: Gay.net Editors
- Nov 1997: Impossible Princess, her sixth studio album drops in Japan. It was the first album where she assumed complete creative control. The album was retitled Kylie Minogue in the UK after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. That's followed by the “Intimate and Live” tour in 1998. The following year, in 1999, the Pet Shop Boys’ Nightlife releases and features “In Denial,” a duet with Kylie. In Sept. 2000, Kylie releases Light Years, her seventh studio album. The lead single, “Spinning Around,” is a “comeback” single, refreshing her image after Impossible Princess.
Watch “Spinning Around” below:
- Want some fun? Watch Kylie perform ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” at the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympic Games’ closing ceremony.
- Don't forget Kylie in Moulin Rouge! — and she plays the Green Fairy.
Scene in Mouline Rouge!
- Oct. 2001: Kylie releases her eighth studio album, Fever. “Can’t Get You Out of My Head,” the lead single, becomes her biggest success of all time, reaching No. 1 in over 40 countries and selling over 5 million copies.
Watch “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”
- When Kylie releases Body Language, her ninth studio album, the lead single, “Slow,” is nominated for a “Best Dance Recording” Grammy. And the video, filmed in Barcelona, becomes an instant summer classic.
Watch “Slow” below: