Kylie Minogue is an Australian/British singer, songwriter, and actress born on May 28, 1968 in Melbourne, Australia. She gained global recognition for her role as Charlene Mitchell in the soap opera "Neighbours." Starting her music career in 1987 with Mushroom Records, she achieved success with her cover-version of Little Eva's "Locomotion," which topped the Australian charts for seven weeks. Collaborating with pop producers Stock, Aitken & Waterman until 1992, she then signed with dance label Deconstruction to embark on a new phase in her career.
Despite facing breast cancer diagnosis in 2005 and taking an 18-month hiatus from her career, Kylie made a remarkable comeback by resuming her "Showgirl Tour" after treatment and surgery. Recognized for her contributions to music and culture, she received an OBE from the Queen of United Kingdom and was honored with the French cultural award “Chevalier de L’ordre des Arts et Lettres.” With numerous successful albums like "Light Years" (2000), "Fever" (2001), and "Aphrodite" (2010), Kylie has solidified herself as a prominent figure in the industry.
Celebrating her impressive 25-year journey in the music industry through various events and releases under the banner of "K25," Kylie captivated audiences worldwide. From performing at Sydney Mardi Gras to