28 May 1968, Melbourne, Australia. Coming from a stage family, Minogue passed an audition for the Australian soap opera, Neighbours, which eventually led to her recording debut with Little Evas hit, The Loco-Motion. When the television series was successfully screened in Britain, prolific hit producers Stock, Aitken And Waterman intervened to mould Minogues attractive, wholesome, anodyne image to their distinctive brand of radio-centred pop. The first UK single, I Should Be So Lucky, reached number 1 in early 1988, presaging an impressive chart run of instantly hummable UK hits, including Got To Be Certain (number 2), Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi (number 2), Hand On Your Heart (number 1), Wouldnt Change A Thing (number 2), Never Too Late (number 4), Tears On My Pillow (number 1), Better The Devil You Know (number 2), Step Back In Time...
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