28 May 1968
Kylie Ann Minogue born, Melbourne, Australia.
Kylie accepts role of Charlene in 'Neighbours'.
Release of Kylie's first single 'Locomotion'.
Kylie has three Top 10 records in the first seven months of 1988 plus a platinum album in just four weeks in the UK.
Kylie poses for a wax model of herself at the world famous Madame Tussaud's in London.
'Enjoy Yourself' is released in several countries worldwide.
Kylie joins with Bob Geldof, Cliff Richard, Lisa Stansfield etc. for Band Aid 2's 1989 recording of 'Do They Know It's Christmas' to raise money for Ethiopia.
Kylie performs at the Sydney Gay Mardi Gras, before an audience of over 19,000.
The duet with Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 'Where The Wild Roses Grow' becomes Kylie's 23rd consecutive top 20 single in the UK, later being voted Best Song of the Year and winning over a more alternative crowd.
Kylie releases ‘Spinning Around’, the first single from her new studio album ‘Light Years’, debuting in both the UK and Australian charts at No.1.
The follow up single ‘On A Night Like This’ repeats Spinning Around's success.
Kylie performs at the closing ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Kylie again performs for millions at the opening ceremony for the Paralympic Games.
Kylie’s third single from Light Years, her duet with Robbie Williams, ‘Kids’ is released.
Tickets go on sale for Kylie’s first major tour in 9 years, ‘On A Night Like This’, and sell out immediately.
On the internet, Kylie is the most searched for female artist in 2000.
Kylie has a cameo role in 'Moulin Rouge', starring Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman, playing The Green Fairy.
Kylie’s new album Fever debuts in the UK and Australia at Number 1, later being awarded triple platinum in both countries.
Kylie wins two awards at the Brit Awards; Best International Female Artist and Best International Album for Fever.
Kylie is officially the most played artist in the UK in 2001.
Kylie wins an MTV Award in New York for best choreography for 'Can’t Get You Out Of My Head'.
William Baker, Kylie’s creative director, and Kylie release their book; ‘La La La’. At the 2002 MTV Europe Awards Kylie wins Best Pop Act and Best Dance Act.
Kylie’s lingerie range, ‘Love Kylie’ is launched in the UK in Selfridges.
Kids Help Line, Optus and Kylie win an award for excellence from the Fundraising Institute of Australia for the 2002 fundraising campaign in Australia.
Kylie releases her 9th studio album 'Body Language' on November 17th, two years after the six million-selling 'Fever'.
Kylie wins a Grammy Award in the category of Best Dance Recording for ‘Come Into My World’.
It is announced that Kylie has early stage breast cancer; she undergoes surgery immediately and cancels her Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour.
Showgirl Homecoming tour opens in Australia.
Kylie - The Exhibition opens at Manchester Art Gallery