A portrait of Kylie Minogue, "the Queen of Pop", who has transformed herself from innocent girl-next-door to the world's sexiest woman, with all the twists and turns in between. In a series of self-contained 'pen portraits' which together form a complete picture of her life in our times, "Kylie Confidential" takes the approach of looking at the pop icon in her many extraordinary incarnations - as pop puppet, as an original style setting talent and as one of the most desirable women on the planet. The book looks at how her motivation has driven her to success, why she is not so innocent, with an exclusive chapter devoted to an interview with one of her former lovers, how she has become one of the great survivors of pop and, in the process, become one of the most desirable women on the planet. Kylie's success has been a phenomenon. She has won two Brits, two Top of the Pops Awards and a Carling NME Award as well as many others worldwide. Her 2001 million seller Can't Get You Out Of My Head topped the charts throughout Europe, Asia and Australia as well as providing Kylie with her first top ten hit in the USA for more than a decade. The album "Fever", a UK Number One, entered the US charts at Number Three, a spectacular achievement.
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Sean Smith is a former columnist for a leading UK national newspaper who is fast becoming the country's leading celebrity biographer. He has written several bestselling books, the latest of which J. K. Rowling: A Biogrpahy (Michael O'Mara HB Arrow PB Nov '02) has been praised worldwide and translated into fourteen languages.
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Book Description White Wolf Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1588460428
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