Kylie Minogue’s Top 10 Songs Of All-Time

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has compiled a list of her favorite top ten songs to be aired on the Tracks Of My Years segment for DJ Ken Bruce’s Radio 2 morning show in the UK. Outcast’s ‘Hey Ya’ was chosen as her all-time #1. Kylie also selected tracks by Madonna, The Beatles and Prince. For the complete top 10 read on.

1. Hey Ya – Outkast
2. Eight Days A Week – The Beatles
3. Block Party – Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopez
4. Bette Davis Eyes – Kim Carnes
5. Ku’u Kika Kahiko – Ozzi Katoni
6. Ray Of Light – Madonna
7. Cinema Paradiso – Ennio Morricone
8. I Would Die 4 U – Prince
9. Gloria – U2
10. Time After Time – Tuck and Patti

Thinking About Biological Clock

February 27, 2004 – In an interview for the BBC Parkinson show, Kylie Minogue said it would be great if she were to get married. The pop star is worried her time is running out on having children.

“Well, it’s not too late, but obviously a woman of my age can’t help but think about those things,” Minogue admitted. “I’m asked about it all the time. And I never really have a straight answer for it. Anyone who asks me that – because I don’t know yet – we’ll see if and when it happens.”

Kylie Minogue: Don’t Count Out Yet

February 18, 2004 – caught up with Kylie Minogue and asked the veteran singer what her take on Britney Spears’ career was and if she though she was on the way out. “I wouldn’t take her out of the game yet,” Kylie responded. “I feel for her, because I’ve been through exactly what she’s going through, where you’ve been so successful, suddenly you’re not as successful, and you’re doomed to failure. She’s a force. Whatever she does, people will take notice.”

Kylie Minogue Dreading U.S. Release Of ‘The Delinquents’

February 15, 2004 – Sky News reports Kylie Minogue is less than thrilled at the prospect of her movie debut ‘The Delinquents’ being shown again in cinemas. “The U.S. has gone Kylie mad and lots of fans want to see it for the first time,” a source explained.

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2 thoughts on “Kylie Minogue’s Top 10 Songs Of All-Time

  1. dum_BLONDE says:

    Well I wouldn’t be surprised if the U.S. does go “Kylie mad” when she releases her next single here. Releasing “Slow” was a huge mistake here in the U.S. because that song, in a nutshell, is *****. I’m surprised it even got as much recognition as it did. But “Red Blooded Woman” is definitely marketed at the U.S., you can tell…and it’s probably gonna do REALLY well. Ya’ll should at least check it out, its a good song!

  2. urbaniz3d says:

    Has she even had a hit? This broad is damn near 40, can’t sing for *****, is ugly as hell, yet she takes home a Grammy? please. like anyone should take her seriously. stop talking Kylie.

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