Kylie Minogue earned herself the title "Princess Of Pop" along with several awards for her music. However, the Australian native hasn't made the same impact in the movie industry and she's not afraid to say it.
Kylie Minogue is one of Australia's finest singers with over a decade worth of experience and many awards to make her an A-list entertainer. She is also known as a fashion icon, an occasional actress, and a TV personality.
The 52-year-old continues to win the love of millions of people to date with her powerful vocals, however, her skills as an actress are up for debate. Minogue has tried to break into the movie business over the years and she's well aware of her faults.
HER "DISASTROUS" ACTING
Kylie Minogue has made history with her music but her acting has hit a few lows over the years. The pop-star admitted that most of the movies she acted in were "disastrous" including the set of the series she did as a child, which according to the singer "wobbled."
[Minogue's] acting debut was at 11 on the Australian series "Skyways" and she dropped out of school at 17 to pursue a career in acting.
Her acting diss came in 2012 when her latest movie "Holy Motors" was about to hit the cinemas. Many were surprised that the 52-year-old slammed herself rather than promote the movie.
Minogue has been in movies such as "Bio-Dome," "Sample People," and popular movies like "Moulin Rouge." She also co-starred with Claude Van Damme in "Street Fighter."
Before she became the "Princess Of Pop" Minogue was the star of the 80s TV series "Neighbours." She played the character Charlene Robinson alongside the actor Guy Pearce, who played Mike Young.
The pair were both 18 when they started the popular Australian show and Pearce confessed that he believed their acting was bad. The co-stars reunited in 2017 with their appearance in the movie "Swinging Safari."
BIO AND ACHIEVEMENTS
The singer's birth name is Kylie Ann Minogue and she's from Melbourne, Australia. Her acting debut was at 11 on the Australian series "Skyways" and she dropped out of school at 17 to pursue a career in acting.
Her first musical performance was in 1983 on the show "Young Talent Time" then she released her version of Little Eva's 1962 song "The Loco-Motion" which made the top of Australia's pop charts.
In 1987 and 1988, Minogue won the Silver Logie for Most Popular Actress. She won a Grammy in 2003 for Best Dance Recording and in 2008, she was named an Officer of the British Empire for her contributions to music.
October 24, 2020