Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Arts: Performing Arts

The Biographies Series: Performing Arts

23 of 51 programs from the The Biographies Series, which offer in-depth and personal studies of celebrated people in Performing Arts. Other focus areas in the series include: History; Photography; Psychology; Click for more

Kylie Minogue: Evolution of a Pop Princess

Minogue, Kylie: Evolution of a Pop Princess

Over the years, Kylie Minogue has reinvented herself to move with the times and in the process has become not only a recording artist, but also a business woman, a fashion icon, and an idol to the gay community. She credits her first change in style from "singing budgie" to sexy vamp to INXS front man Michael Hutchence, with whom she had a relationship. She took control of her career by starring in The Delinquents and launching a new album. She and Hutchence broke up but remained friends until his death in 1997. Once again, the press fixated on her change of image, but for Kylie the constant evolution was just a natural part of growth. Her ninth studio album saw a more mature, sultry Kylie. She also ditched boyfriend, James Gooding, for French actor Olivier Martinez. Her private life was finally coming together, but in 2005 she was shocked to learn she had breast cancer and had to focus her energies into fighting for her life. Olivia Newton John, a fellow cancer survivor, came to her defense and urged the press and public to let Kylie recover in private, and fans remained supportive. Her recovery coincided with her amicable breakup with Martinez. Kylie took steps toward a comeback by appearing onstage at one of her sister Dannii's concerts. Other important milestones were to write a children's book and to return to the stage for the Australian leg of her own tour. She vows never to take life for granted again. Produced by Switch International. 2013 JSCA 60 min.





Arts: Architecture     Arts: Art & Artists     Arts: Instruction & How-to     Arts: Music     Arts: Performing Arts    
Arts: Photography     Cinema: Drama     Cinema: Family     Cinema: Literature     Cinema: Mysteries    
Cinema: Westerns     Computer Science     Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement     Early Childhood     English: Language Arts    
English: Literature & Writing     English: Poetry     Foreign Language Study     Foreign Language: French    
Foreign Language: Spanish     Games/Hobbies     Guidance     Health: Aging    
Health: Child Health & Safety     Health: Family & Parenting     Health: Holistic/Self-Help/Spirituality     Health: Medicine    
Health: Psychology & Psychiatry     Mathematics     Phys. Ed.: Instruction & Fitness    
Phys. Ed.: Recreation & Sports     Reading: Children's Literature     Reading: Storytelling    
Science Fiction/Fantasy     Science: Agriculture     Science: Environment     Science: Natural & Physical    
So. Studies/Sciences: Geography/Cultures     So. Studies/Sciences: History     So. Studies/Sciences: Law    
So. Studies/Sciences: Philosophy     So. Studies/Sciences: Political Science     So. Studies/Sciences: Religion    
So. Studies/Sciences: Sociology     So. Studies/Sciences: U.S./World Issues    
So. Studies/Sciences: Women's Studies     Special Education    
Staff Development     Voc. Ed.: Business/Career/Communications    
Voc. Ed.: Family & Consumer Science     Voc. Ed.: Industrial & Technical