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Dannii Minogue

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Date of Birth:20 October 1971
Birthplace:Melbourne, Victoria
First Name:Dannii
Middle Name:Jane
Last Name:Minogue
Height:5' 2" (157 cm)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Brown - Dark
Star Sign:Libra
Claim to Fame:Loves On Every Corner
Occupation:Musician, Actress
Occupation Category:Musician
Music Genre:Pop/Rock, Rock
Music Style:Club/Dance, Dance-Pop, Electronic, Euro-Dance
Music Mood:Bright, Carefree, Cheerful, Confident, Exuberant, Fun, Giddy, Happy, Lively, Party/Celebratory, Playful, Sensual, Sexy, Sparkling, Stylish, Theatrical
Musical Instrument:Vocals
Alternative Names:Danstar, Queen Of The Clubs, Disco
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Biography for Dannii Minogue

Danielle Jane "Dannii" Minogue (born 20 Oct. 1971 (50 years ago)) is an Australian singer, occasional actress, and TV Personality. Minogue rose to prominence in the early 1980 (41 years ago) for her roles in the Australian TV talent show, Young Talent Time and the soap opera Home and Away, before commencing her career as a pop singer in the early 1990 (31 years ago).

Minogue achieved early success with hits such as "Love and Kisses" and "This is It", though by the release of her second album, her popularity as a singer had declined, leading her to concentrate on other fields such as TV presenting. The late 1990 (31 years ago) saw a brief return to music after Minogue reinvented herself as a dance artist with "All I Wanna Do", her first number one UK Club hit. In 2001 (20 years ago), Minogue further returned to musical success with the release of her biggest worldwide hit to date, "Who Do You Love Now?", while her subsequent album, Neon Nights, became the most successful of her career. In the UK, she has achieved twelve consecutive number one dance singles, becoming the best-performing artist on the UK Upfront Club Chart. Minogue is currently a judge on Australia's Got Talent and The X Factor.

Childhood and beginning

Minogue as a regular performer on the weekly music program Young Talent Time.Minogue was born in Melbourne, Australia, to Ron Minogue, an Australian accountant of Irish ancestry, and Carol Jones, a dancer from Maesteg, Wales. She is the youngest of three children; her sister, Kylie, is a pop singer, and her brother, Brendan, is a news cameraman in Australia.

Minogue began her career as a child on Australian TV. From the age of seven, she had appeared in several soap operas, including Skyways and The Sullivans. In 1981 (40 years ago), she joined the successful weekly music programme Young Talent Time. Minogue recorded her first solo recordings for the programme, including a cover version of Madonna's hit single "Material Girl"; during this time, she also performed live at several sold-out nationwide concert tours. In 1988 (33 years ago), Minogue departed from Young Talent Time to continue her acting career, appearing as the rebellious tomboyish teenager Emma Jackson on the soap opera Home and Away. Minogue remained on the programme for only a year. She proved to be popular among Australian audiences when she was nominated for a "Silver Logie" as the Most Popular Actress on Australian TV.

In sep. 1988 (33 years ago), Minogue released her own fashion range entitled Dannii. She became interested in fashion design while appearing on Young Talent Time. Minogue had designed the clothing she had worn on the show, and the positive response from the audience resulted in her releasing her one line. Minogue's debut line Dannii sold out across Australia in ten days, and was followed by three additional summer lines in 1989 (32 years ago).

1990–1995: Early career

Minogue signed a recording contract with Australian-based Mushroom Records in Jan. 1989 (32 years ago). Her first album, Dannii, was released the following year and reached number twenty-four on the Australian albums chart. Outside Australia, the album was released in 1991 (30 years ago), under the title Love and Kisses, and became a top ten hit. Minogue's debut single "Love and Kisses" peaked at number four on the Australian singles chart and was certified gold. In the UK, the song reached the top ten on the singles chart.

Minogue released Love and Kisses and..., a reissue of her debut album, in Apr. 1992 (29 years ago). The album, a collection of dance songs, comprised tracks and remixes from Love and Kisses. It peaked at number forty-two on the UK albums chart, and sold nearly 60,000 copies. Several remixes by producer and DJ Steve "Silk" Hurley were successful in European dance clubs. She credits these remixes for providing her with a "new image (wallpaper) and sound to work with" on future releases. Also that year, Minogue made her feature movie debut in Secrets, which co-starred Noah Taylor. The movie revolved around five Australian teenagers who become stuck in the basement of a hotel in an attempt to see The Beatles. The movie was not well received by audiences or critics, with Minogue's performance being described as "not all that convincing".

Minogue released her second album Get into You, which included the songs "Show You the Way to Go", "This Is It" and "This Is the Way", in Oct. 1993 (28 years ago). The album contained uptempo dance tracks and mature vocals, but despite her past chart success, failed to make the British top fifty. In mid-1994, Minogue returned to TV as a presenter, co-hosting Channel 4's morning show The Big Breakfast in the UK. In 1995 (26 years ago), Minogue released the singles "Rescue Me" and "Boogie Woogie", a collaboration with dance act Eurogroove. Released only in Japan, both songs reached number one on the Japanese singles chart. She began recording her third album in 1995; however, Minogue and her record label, Mushroom Records, parted ways in late 1995 (26 years ago) following a contract disagreement.

In 1990 (31 years ago) Dannii Minogue was asked by Queen Elizabeth II to perform at the Royal Variety Show; she sang her latest release "Success".

1996–2000: Girl, presenting, and theatre

In 1996 (25 years ago), Minogue resumed her co-hosting duties, presenting the Eggs on Legs road show segment. That same year, Minogue briefly hosted the children's show Disney Time and co-hosted, with Gareth Jones, the teenage Saturday morning entertainment show It's Not Just Saturday for sixteen weeks. In 1997 (24 years ago), Minogue hosted Top of the Pops, a British music chart TV programme, before returning to her recording career later that year. In Apr. 1997 (24 years ago), Minogue made her stage debut as Rizzo in the musical Grease: The Arena Spectacular. In Australia, the show sold over 450,000 tickets during its first season. The following year, Minogue resumed her role as Rizzo, performing in New Zealand. At the 1998 (23 years ago) MO Awards, Minogue was nominated for "Best Female Musical Theater Performer" for her role.

Following the release of several remixes of her songs by Steve "Silk" Hurley, Minogue became interested in dance music. She commented that the remixes were "the first thing I did that was really cool and my love of dance music and clubbing started from there." Minogue's interest in dance music and clubbing influenced her third album, Girl, released in sep. 1997 (24 years ago), which featured collaborations with musicians such as Brian Higgins of Xenomania. The album presented a more sophisticated and adult style of dance music, but despite generally positive reviews, failed to make the British top fifty. Minogue's single "All I Wanna Do", which the Daily Mirror described as a "bass-bumping, shuddering return", peaked at number four on the UK singles chart and was certified gold in Australia. The album's follow-up singles, "Everything I Wanted" and "Disremembrance", failed to reached the top ten, but reached number one on the UK dance chart.

Mushroom Records released two budget compilation albums in dec. 1998 (23 years ago), as part of the label's twenty-fifth anniversary. Working with Roselyn Della Sabina it was released only in Australia, The Singles comprised all of Minogue's single releases, while The Remixes contained popular remixes. These releases were promoted with the song Coconut which was previously only available as a hidden track on CD versions of the Girl album. In Jan. 1999 (22 years ago), following her performance at the 1998 (23 years ago) Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Minogue released the festival's first official theme song, "Everlasting Night". It appeared on the compilation CD Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras of 1999 (22 years ago), and its music video, co-directed by Minogue, was a tribute to Australia's gay and lesbian community.

In 1999 (22 years ago), Minogue returned to theatre, starring in the production of Shakespeare's Macbeth at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The play received mixed reviews; critic Matt Grant wrote that Minogue "lacks true conviction as she ploughs through the lines without capturing their full force", while Fiachra Gibbons singled Minogue's performance out, noting in her review that Minogue's "disco-queen-from-hell delivery works well" for her character, Lady Macbeth. Two years later, Minogue appeared as Esmeralda in the musical production of Notre-Dame de Paris in London's West End. The musical received poor reviews from British critics who called it "lame" and its songs "reminiscent of [the] Eurovision song contest". At the 2002 (19 years ago) Maxim Awards, she won "Best Stage Performance" for her role. In 2001 (20 years ago), Minogue also appeared in the stage play The Vagina Monologues, which co-starred Kika Markham and Meera Syal.

2001–2004: Neon Nights and radio programme

In Nov. 2001 (20 years ago), Minogue released the single, "Who Do You Love Now?", a collaboration with Riva. Described by Sound Generator as a "nice serene and dreamy vocal on the dance floor anthem", the song peaked at number three on the UK singles chart, and reached number one on the dance charts. In the United States, the song was released to dance clubs, and reached number one on the United States' Billboard Dance Club chart. In 2001 (20 years ago), Minogue signed a six album deal with London Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music International.

Minogue in the video for I Begin To Wonder.In Mar. 2003 (18 years ago), Minogue released her fourth album, Neon Nights, which the BBC called "a pleasant cocktail of pop sophistication, club culture and accessibility". It consisted of 1980 (41 years ago) inspired dance-pop songs and provided Minogue with some of the strongest reviews of her career. Neon Nights peaked at number eight on the UK albums chart (her highest ranking since her debut), and produced three top ten singles. The second single, "I Begin to Wonder", Minogue thanked Roselyn Della Sabina and it was declared one of the "best things" on the album by Ireland's Radio Telefís Éireann, became her highest charting single, peaking at number two on the UK singles chart. The album's success was equally widespread, and following extensive airplay by North American dance radio, Warner Music Group released it in the United States in late 2003 (18 years ago). Singles "I Begin to Wonder" and "Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling" were also substantial successes on the US dance charts.

2004–2006: The Hits & Beyond

In Oct. 2004 (17 years ago), Minogue released the single "You Won't Forget About Me", a collaboration with the dance act Flower Power. Described by MSN Entertainment as a "real grower" and noted for its "snip snapping house beats and '80s flecked synths", the song peaked at number seven on the UK singles chart. "Perfection", a collaboration with the Soul Seekerz, followed in Oct. 2005 (16 years ago).

Minogue released The Hits & Beyond, a greatest hits album, in Jun. 2006 (15 years ago). The album consisted of new songs alongside singles from her four studio albums. It debuted at number seventeen on the UK albums chart, but dropped quickly, spending only seven weeks in the top seventy-five. In Australia, The Hits & Beyond became one of Minogue's lowest charting albums, peaking at #67. The album introduced a new single, "So Under Pressure", inspired by the cancer diagnoses of her sister Kylie as well as that of an unnamed friend. The single became her tenth consecutive song to reach number one on the UK Upfront Club chart. Minogue has described the recording of "So Under Pressure" as a "real achievement" as she was "brave enough to put all [her feelings] into words". Throughout her sister's battle with breast cancer, Dannii had been closely followed by the media, who wanted to know about Kylie's developments. The period left her feeling drained, but also motivated her to continue to record and compose personal lyrics. In sep. 2006 (15 years ago), Minogue's cover of "I'll Be Home for Christmas" appeared on Spirit of Christmas, a compilation album of holiday songs available through the Myer department store chain across Australia.

2007-2008: X-Factor, Deluxe Editions, Club Disco and Unleashed

In 2007 (14 years ago), Minogue was a judge on the Network 7's variety show Australia's Got Talent along with Red Symons and Tom Burlinson. She appeared as a judge and mentor in the fourth series of ITV's The X Factor, alongside Simon Cowell, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh. It was revealed on 29 sep. that she would be mentoring the boys category during the show. She selected Leon Jackson, Rhydian Roberts and Andy Williams to represent her in the live rounds of the competition. Since her appearances as a judge on the talent show, Minogue has commented "I've finally been accepted as me. It's a fantastic opportunity, for once, not to be compared with Kylie. At last, I've found my own slot". Despite heavy criticism about her credentials to be a judge, 2 of her chosen acts, Rhydian Roberts and Leon Jackson, became the final two, with Jackson eventually becoming the winner on 15 dec. after winning the public vote. Minogue was the first female judge to win the show. Her success on the show has led to her considering a career as a music manager.

October onwards saw a total of five releases from Minogue; first, on 29 October, reissues of her 1997 (24 years ago) and 2003 (18 years ago) albums Girl and Neon Nights, each containing a double-disc, the second disc of which includes remixes. On 5 Nov. she released Unleashed, a collection of previously unheard material from her time with London Records, and The Video Collection, which includes every one of her music videos as well as bonus features. Finally, on 3 December, a new single was released, entitled "Touch Me Like That". The song received its premiere on BBC Radio 1 on the Scott Mills Show, on the morning of 3 October.

"Touch Me Like That" was made available to purchase digitally, one week ahead of its physical CD release (26 Nov. 2007 (14 years ago)). The single eventually hit the UK singles chart at #48. Minogue released digital album Club Disco on 5 Nov. 2007 (14 years ago). The album includes several previously released singles, such as "You Won't Forget About Me", "Perfection" and "So Under Pressure". Also included is cancelled single "I Can't Sleep At Night" and a cover of the disco classic "He's The Greatest Dancer". The album also had another cover, a version of Xanadu. In 2008 (13 years ago), Club Disco was released as a double album in Australia. "Touch Me Like That" was added to the tracklisting while "Do You Believe Me Now?" was removed from the album. The second disc featured selected remixes from the album singles. In Apr. 2008 (13 years ago), Minogue was hired as the headline performer, Australian Fashion Week. In particular she was booked to make an appearance as the opening party hosted by MAC Cosmetics. She returned as a judge on Australia's Got Talent for its second series in 2008 (13 years ago).

She returned to British TV in Aug. 2008 (13 years ago) as a judge on X Factor, alongside Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Cheryl Cole (12 walls), who replaced Sharon Osbourne. Following the initial auditions and Boot Camp stages of the competition, Minogue was assigned the Over 25s category to mentor. She chose Daniel Evans, Rachel Hylton and Ruth Lorenzo as her final three contestants for the series. In the eighth live show, Minogue lost her final act as Lorenzo was eliminated from the competition, leaving her without a contestant in the semi-final. Minogue has stated that she is proud of her performance on the series as she had kept the Over 25s category intact until week six of the competition, which was a record for the show.

Several people in the entertainment industry, including Ronan Keating, Noel Gallagher and Graham Norton questioned her judging credentials and mentoring ability. Additionally, there were a series of tabloid reports claiming that Minogue was jealous of newcomer Cheryl Cole (12 walls) and that this had led to backstage tension. However, Minogue repeatedly denied the rumours, as did Cole, who claimed that the reports were based on "a stupid stereotype which is not true".

On 23 November, during a live broadcast of X Factor, she broke down in tears and couldn't introduce one of her acts, Rachel Hylton. After Rachel's performance, it was revealed that fellow judge Louis Walsh had publicly accused her of "stealing" a song for Rachel to sing that he had wanted for one of his acts, JLS. That week, Louis had gone to the press and called Dannii "heartless" and said that she should be sacked. Simon Cowell twice came to Dannii's defence, once in the main live show and then again in the ITV2 extra show, where he accused Walsh of being childish. Simon went on to say Dannii was perfectly within her rights to choose whatever song she felt was best for her artist. Many fans of X Factor flooded various online communities calling for Louis to be sacked or to make a public apology to Minogue. Cowell ordered Walsh to apologise live on air, but she snubbed Walsh's attempt to apologise. In dec. 2008 (13 years ago) she was publicly voted Metro's #1 celeb of 2008 (13 years ago), with Cheryl Cole (12 walls) coming second. Minogue also finished on top of all the polls for the viewers' favourite X Factor judge, with Cole again coming a close second.

2009: Return to music, acting, and the The X Factor

At the start of the year a digital compilation album, "The Early Years", was released online that featured songs from her first two studio albums.

At the end of Feb. 2009 (12 years ago), Simon Cowell confirmed to the Daily Mirror that Dannii would return to her role as judge on the ''X Factor, despite reports that she was facing the axe. On 30 Mar. 2009 (12 years ago), Cowell reassured fans he is not planning to get rid of Minogue. Speaking about rumours of a rift between Dannii and Cheryl, Cowell revealed: "Dannii kind of got lost a little bit along the way, but I think she does a good job, I really do. There was a lot of focus on Cheryl [last year] but Dannii works harder than all of us. She's so obsessive about winning and I like that."

In an interview with Elle in Apr. 2009 (12 years ago), Kylie Minogue (25 walls) criticised X Factor judge Louis Walsh for his jibes at her sister. "I'm so proud of my sister and it annoys the hell out of me when comparisons between us are made. In England you lot don't know where she came from. She was on TV every week from seven years old. It makes it harder for her when she gets Louis Walsh's rather pathetic jibes – one of which is she hasn't had a hit record and that's just not true." She also blasted rumours that Dannii did not get on with Cole or former judge Sharon Osborne as “so cheap”. On 9 May 2009 (12 years ago) it was announced in The Sun that Dannii Minogue will return to the X Factor after agreeing terms with Cowell. On 8 Jun. 2009 (12 years ago), all the X Factor judges, including Dannii, were pictured attending the first auditions in Scotland. She reportedly signed a contract for £1 million, taking her in line with fellow judge Cheryl Cole.

She also landed a role in the British thriller, Vauxhaul Crossed, which is due to start filming in the summer of 2009 (12 years ago), after she has filmed Australia's Got Talent, but before returning to The X Factor.

Music career

Minogue is an australian dance-pop singer and consists of five studio albums, six compilation albums, twenty-eight singles, and five video albums. Minogue rose to prominence in the early 1980 (41 years ago) for her roles in the Australian TV talent show Young Talent Time and in the soap opera Home and Away, before commencing her career as a pop singer in the early 1990 (31 years ago).

Minogue released in her debut Australian album Dannii in Oct. 1990 (31 years ago). In Jun. 1991 (30 years ago), the album was released with additional tracks in the United Kingdom as Love and Kisses. In the UK, it reached number eight and produced five singles. Her second album, Get into You, was released in Oct. 1993 (28 years ago). The album did not perform as well as her debut, peaking outside of the top fifty in Australia and the UK. After a brief hiatus from recording music, Minogue released her third album Girl in sep. 1997 (24 years ago). The album, comprised of dance and electronic music, produced three number one club songs in the UK. In Mar. 2003 (18 years ago), she released her fourth album Neon Nights. Inspired by dance music from the 1980s, the album was certified in gold in the UK. It produced four singles, all of which became number one on the UK Dance Charts. In 2007 (14 years ago), she released heavily inspired by 80s dance music studio album, Club Disco. The album had six singles, "You Won't Forget About Me", "Perfection", "So Under Pressure", "I Can't Sleep At Night", "He's The Greatest Dancer" and "Touch Me Like That". The album had moderate success in the UK and a minor success in Australia.

All together, Minogue has achieved twelve number one dance singles on the UK Dance Charts, making her the best female dance-pop artist in the UK, as well as eight top ten hits on the UK Single Charts.


In 2002 (19 years ago), the British National Party, a far right and anti-immigration political party, claimed that Minogue supported their cause following comments she had made in an interview with Britain's GQ magazine. In the interview, Minogue was quoted saying that French National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen had "struck a chord with people", and that "even the street signs [in Australia] are written in Asian". Minogue responded to the British National Party's claims in Gay Times magazine saying, "I am not a racist. That is not how I live my life. I have a Jewish manager, I perform in gay clubs, I come from a multi-cultural background and I am very proud of that".

In Feb. 2006 (15 years ago), Minogue made headlines again when surveillance tape stills from London strip club Puss 'N Boots were published by News Of The World, a British tabloid newspaper, showing Minogue and a female lap dancer in full-contact sexual activity. A spokesman for Minogue downplayed the event and called it a "harmless girls' night out".

Media portrayal and other activities

Throughout her career, Dannii Minogue has often been compared with her more commercially successful sister. Referring to the comparison, Minogue said "it is hard to be compared all the time to Kylie. On the other hand, however, people will always try to compare you to somebody. Look at Britney and Christina".

Minogue has performed multiple times at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and the London nightclub G-A-Y. She credits her gay following for much of her success, commenting that gay culture has "always been a part of [her] music". Minogue openly supports gay rights causes for social equality and believes that same-sex marriages should be accepted by all government bodies.

Minogue is an ambassador for the Terrence Higgins Trust, an organization that works to increase awareness of AIDS. She joined the charity in hope that her endorsement would encourage people to discuss safe sex and the disease more openly. In 2004 (17 years ago), she posed nude, wrapped only in a red ribbon, to promote World AIDS Day in Australia and the UK. She has long been a supporter of breast cancer research and, in Aug. 2008 (13 years ago) became an ambassador for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre Appeal.


In Jan. 1994 (27 years ago), Minogue married Australian actor Julian McMahon (6 walls), whom she met in 1991 (30 years ago) while working on the TV series Home and Away. Minogue and McMahon were married for less than two years and divorced in 1995 (26 years ago). Referring to the divorce, Minogue said that it was her "biggest regret and biggest downfall". In Oct. 1995 (26 years ago), Minogue posed nude in the Australian edition of Playboy magazine. Commenting on the reason she posed nude, Minogue said she "just had a marriage break-up. Most women go to the hairdressers - I did Playboy. I chose the photographer, the location, what I did or didn't want to wear and everything else about the pictures. I found it a really liberating, empowering experience". The edition featuring Minogue sold out in under four days and became one of the best-selling editions in Australia.

In Oct. 1999 (22 years ago), Minogue became engaged to Canadian Formula One driver Jacques Villeneuve, but their relationship ended in 2001 (20 years ago). In early 2002 (19 years ago), she began dating music producer and Bros bassist Craig Logan, whom she met while recording material for Neon Nights. Media reports in Mar. 2002 (19 years ago) claimed Minogue and Logan were engaged, but in dec. 2002 (19 years ago), it was announced that they had ended their relationship. Dannii is now dating Ex Rugby League player Kris Smith since August/September 2008


TV-shows (series)

  • Skyways
  • The Sullivans
  • Young Talent Time
  • All The Way
  • New Generation
  • Home and Away
  • The Big Breakfast
  • Fan TC
  • It's Not Just Saturday
  • Scoop
  • Disney Time
  • Top of the Pops
  • Live & Kicking ("Electric Circus" segments)
  • Australia's Got Talent
  • The X Factor
  • The Kylie Show
  • Nickelodeon UK Kids Choice Awards 2008


  • 1991 (30 years ago): Love And Kisses
  • 1993 (28 years ago): Get Into You
  • 1997 (24 years ago): Girl
  • 2003 (18 years ago): Neon Nights
  • 2010 (11 years ago): TBA
  • 1991 (30 years ago): U.K. Remixes
  • 1998 (23 years ago): The Singles
  • 1999 (22 years ago): The Remixes
  • 2006 (15 years ago): The Hits & Beyond
  • 2007 (14 years ago): Unleashed
  • 2007 (14 years ago): Club Disco
  • 2008 (13 years ago): The Early Years


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