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Dannii Minogue

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Dannii Minogue

Singer, songwriter, talent show judge, actress, television and radio personality and fashion designer from Australia add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1971.

Countries: United Kingdom (36%), Australia (25%), United States (19%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne

Linked to: Daily Mirror, London Records, Playboy, Warner Music Group




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Dannii Minogue was born in 1971 add something


In the late 1980s Danni Minogue had a fashion range that she designed and it was sold in K-Mart Australia add something


It consisted of 1980s inspired dance-pop songs and provided Minogue with some of the strongest reviews of her career add something


Minogue rose to prominence in the early 1980s for her roles in the Australian television talent show "Young Talent Time" and in the soap opera "Home and Away", before commencing her career as a pop singer in the early 1990s add something


She rose to prominence in the early 1980s for her roles in the Australian television talent show "Young Talent Time" and the soap opera "Home and Away", before beginning her career as a pop singer in the early 1990s add something


The official lead single was "Put the Needle on It", a 1980s inspired dance-pop song which proved to be a top ten hit in the UK, peaking at number seven add something


In 1981, she joined the successful weekly music programme "Young Talent Time" add something


Kylie Minogue - Dannii's success overshadowed Kylie's acting achievements, until Kylie was cast in the soap opera "Neighbours" in 1986, as Charlene Mitchell, a schoolgirl turned garage mechanic


In 1988, 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" in 1989 add something


In September 1988, Minogue released her own fashion range "Dannii" add something


Minogue's debut line "Dannii" sold out across Australia in ten days, and was followed by three additional summer lines in 1989 add something


Minogue signed a recording contract with Australian-based Mushroom Records in January 1989 add something


In 1990, Minogue appeared before the Queen at the Royal Variety Show where she sang her latest release "Success" add something


The late 1990s 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 add something


Minogue released her debut Australian album "Dannii" in October 1990 add something


Jacques Villeneuve - Villeneuve was engaged to Australian singer Dannii Minogue in the late 1990s and was once engaged to American ballerina Ellen Green


Outside Australia, the album was released in 1991, under the title "Love and Kisses", and became a top ten hit add something


In June 1991, the album was released with additional tracks in the United Kingdom as "Love and Kisses" add something


", a re-issue of her debut album, in November 1991 add something


Her second album, "Get Into You", was released in October 1993 add something


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 October 1993 add something


Elise Neal - Neal appeared in numerous music videos including Dannii Minogue's 1993 video for "This Is It", Black Sheep's 1992 video for "Strobelight Honey", Father MC's 1991 video for "Lisa Baby", Aretha Franklin's 1998 video for "A Rose Is Still a Rose", 50 Cent's 2007 unreleased video for "Follow My Lead", Vanessa Williams's video "Work to Do", Portrait's "Honey Dip" music video, as well as Chubb Rock's music video "Just the Two of Us" and Trick Daddy's "I'm a Thug[GU


In January 1994, Minogue married Australian actor Julian McMahon, whom she met in 1991 while working on the television series "Home and Away" add something


Julian McMahon - In 1994 McMahon married Australian singer and actress Dannii Minogue


Minogue and McMahon were married for less than two years and divorced in 1995 add something


She began recording her third album in 1995; however, Minogue and her record label, Mushroom Records, parted ways in late 1995 following a contract disagreement add something


In October 1995, Minogue posed nude in the Australian edition of "Playboy" add something


Michelle Gayle - Gayle appeared on the Childliners charity record "The Gift Of Christmas" in 1995, alongside acts such as Backstreet Boys, Boyzone, E.Y.C., Sean Maguire, Deuce, Ultimate Kaos, Let Loose, East 17, Peter Andre, MN8, Dannii Minogue and many more


In 1996, Minogue resumed her co-hosting duties, presenting the "Eggs on Legs" road show segment add something


In 1997, Minogue hosted "Top of the Pops", a British music chart television programme, before returning to her recording career later that year add something


October onwards saw a total of five releases from Minogue; first, on 29 October, reissues of her 1997 and 2003 albums "Girl" and "Neon Nights", each containing a double-disc, the second disc of which includes remixes add something


After a brief hiatus from recording music, Minogue released her third album "Girl" in September 1997 add something


Minogue's interest in dance music and clubbing influenced her third album, "Girl", released in September 1997, which featured collaborations with musicians such as Brian Higgins of Xenomania add something


Brian Higgins (producer) - Higgins co-wrote and co-produced the hit 1997 song, 'All I Wanna Do' for Dannii Minogue


At the 1998 MO awards, Minogue was nominated for "Best Female Musical Theater Performer" for her role add something


In June 1998 Minogue began The Unleashed Tour, a 22-date UK tour add something


Mushroom Records released two budget compilation albums in December 1998, as part of the label's twenty-fifth anniversary add something


In 1999, Minogue returned to theatre, starring in the production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival add something


It appeared on the compilation CD "Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras of 1999", and its music video, co-directed by Minogue, was a tribute to Australia's gay and lesbian community add something


In January 1999, following her performance at the 1998 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Minogue released the festival's first official theme song, add something


In October 1999, Minogue became engaged to French Canadian Formula One driver Jacques Villeneuve, but their relationship ended in 2001 add something


In 2001, Minogue appeared in the stage play "The Vagina Monologues", which co-starred Kika Markham and Meera Syal add something


In 2001, 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 add something


In 2001, Minogue signed a six-album deal with London Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music International add something


In November 2001, Minogue released the single, "Who Do You Love Now-", a collaboration with Riva add something


At the 2002 "Maxim" awards, she won "Best Stage Performance" for her role add something


In 2002, 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" add something


In early 2002, she began dating music producer and Bros bassist Craig Logan, whom she met while recording material for "Neon Nights" add something


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 add something


In March 2003, Minogue released her fourth album, "Neon Nights", which the BBC called "a pleasant cocktail of pop sophistication, club culture and accessibility" add something


In March 2003, she released her fourth album "Neon Nights" add something


In June 2003, Minogue hosted her own radio programme, "Dannii Minogue's Neon Nights" add something


In 2004, 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 August 2008 became an ambassador for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre Appeal add something


In June 2004, Afterlife released the album "Speck of Gold", which featured Danni on the single "Take Me Inside add something


In October 2004, Minogue released the single "You Won't Forget About Me", a collaboration with the dance act Flower Power add something


In 2006 Minogue released her first greatest hits album "The Hits and Beyond" add something


In February 2006, 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 "canoodling" add something


Minogue released "The Hits & Beyond", a greatest hits album, in June 2006 add something


In September 2006, 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 add something


A studio version of the song, remixed by Fugitive, appeared on the dance compilation "Clubland 10", which was released in November 2006 add something


In November 2006, Minogue performed Sister Sledge's 1979 song "He's the Greatest Dancer" on BBC One's "Children in Need" telethon add something


In 2007, Minogue was hired by Simon Cowell to become a judge on Network 7 variety show "Australia's Got Talent" along with Red Symons and Tom Burlinson when it first premiered add something


In 2007, she released a compilation of tracks that she had recorded while signed to AATW, which were heavily inspired by 1980s dance music, titled "Club Disco add something


Since 2007, Minogue has established herself as a successful talent show judge and television personality add something


Since joining the X Factor and Australia's Got Talent in 2007, Minogue has become a Style Icon in Australia, Ireland and the United Kingdom, receiving critical acclaim from various fashion designers such Victoria Beckham and wearing dresses from J'Aton Couture, Antonio Berardi, Dolce & Gabbana, Marchesa, Philip Armstrong, Carla Zampatti, Gucci and Aurelio Costarella and has featured on fashion magazines like Cosmopolitan, InStyle and Vogue add something


Brian Friedman - Following this, in 2007 Friedman became a judge on the UK series of "The X Factor" alongside Cowell, Sharon Osbourne and new judge Dannii Minogue, as part of a revamp to the show in series 4


Jason Nevins - In 2007, Nevins collaborated with Dannii Minogue on "Touch Me Like That", with a video being shot at Pinewood Studios in London


Tom Burlinson - In 2007, it was announced that Burlinson was to become a judge on "Australia's Got Talent" alongside Red Symons and Dannii Minogue


Simon Cowell - Cowell returned for a fourth series on 18 August 2007 alongside Osbourne, Walsh and new judge, Dannii Minogue


Sharon Osbourne - She appeared in the fourth series as of 18 August 2007 along with judges Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and the new judge, Dannii Minogue


In early 2008, Minogue was hired as the headline performer at Australian Fashion Week add something


Minogue has been a global ambassador for Etihad Airlines since 2008 add something


Minogue's other main TV project in 2008 came on 20 September when she presented the Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice awards 2008 ceremony add something


She returned to the panel for seasons two and three in 2008 and 2009 add something


The album was released in Australia in 2008, featured two different versions of the song, both featuring Danni add something


The press in Britain have especially taken notice of her sense of fashion and different hair styles since Cheryl Cole joined the X Factor in 2008 often comparing both of them add something


In August 2008, Minogue began dating English model and ex-professional rugby league player Kris Smith add something


Minogue returned to British television in August 2008 as a judge on "The X Factor", alongside Cowell, Walsh and Cheryl Cole, who replaced Osbourne add something


Cheryl Cole - In June 2008, it was announced Cole would replace Sharon Osbourne as a judge for the fifth series of "The X Factor" alongside Dannii Minogue, Simon_Cowell and Louis Walsh


Emma Bunton - In October 2008, Bunton appeared on the UK series of "The X Factor" to assist judge Dannii Minogue in choosing the three best over-25s acts to take to the live "X Factor" finals


At the start of 2009, a digital compilation album, "The Early Years", was released online that featured songs from Minogue's first two studio albums add something


The programme began airing on 22 August 2009 and Minogue was once again joined on the panel by Cowell, Walsh and Cole add something


On 10 October 2009, while providing comments on "The X Factor" regarding contestant Danyl Johnson's performance of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going", Minogue sparked controversy by remarking that "If we're to believe everything we read in the papers, maybe you didn't need to change the gender reference in it add something


On 7 December 2009 Minogue released "The 1995 Sessions", an album full of previously unreleased recordings made for what would have been her third studio album, which never materialized due to differences with her label add something


Sharon Osbourne - During an interview on "Piers Morgan's Life Stories", broadcast on 22 February 2009, Osbourne admitted that the reason for her departure from "The X Factor" was her relationship with Dannii Minogue


In 2010 Minogue launched her own fashion label "Project D" London with her best friend Tabitha Somerset Webb add something


In 2010, it was rumoured that Minogue had been offered a role on the Australian version of the "The X Factor" as a judge for the newly revamped second series add something


It was confirmed in early 2010 that "Australia's Got Talent" would return for a fourth season add something


She is currently a judge on "Australia's Got Talent" in Australia and, until 2010, "The X Factor" in the UK, where she was the winning judge in both 2007 and 2010 with Leon Jackson and Matt Cardle, respectively add something


It was announced on 9 January 2010 that Minogue was pregnant add something


On 13 January 2010, Minogue and her boyfriend Kris Smith announced that she was pregnant with her first child add something


She filmed her first commercial in South Africa, which featured Cheryl Lynn's "Got to be Real", for their Spring campaign that aired 24 March 2010 add something


Minogue returned to "The X Factor" in September 2010 for Judges Houses, selecting Nicolo Festa, Matt Cardle and Aiden Grimshaw for her final three, with Paije Richardson as her wildcard act add something


Geri Halliwell - In 2010, Halliwell stood in as a guest judge on "The X Factor" for Dannii Minogue at the Glasgow auditions


Brian McFadden - In 2010, McFadden became one of the new judges on "Australia's Got Talent" alongside Kyle Sandilands and Dannii Minogue


Louis Walsh - In 2010, Walsh returned to the "The X Factor" along with Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell, and Dannii Minogue who returned during the live shows


Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen song) - In May 2010 on "Australia's Got Talent" a version sung by 15-year-old Bobby Andonov led judge Dannii Minogue to declare, "Bobby, I have heard so many versions of that song, that is now my favourite version of that song and you can print that tomorrow"


However, she declined and the roles eventually went to Natalie Imbruglia, Kyle Sandilands, Ronan Keating and Guy Sebastian, with Mel B and Natalie Bassingthwaighte replacing Sandilands and Imbruglia in 2011 add something


Minogue returned to "Australia's Got Talent" as a judge in 2011 for the fifth series add something


Dannii travelled to Miami , Florida in January 2011 to shoot the commercial for M&S for the 2011 Spring collection add something


On 14 May 2011, it was announced that she would not be appearing in the eighth series of "The X Factor" add something


In late July 2011, it was announced that Minogue would serve as the ambassador for 2011's Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, a role that will see Minogue participate in a series of appearances in September add something


On 9 November 2011, Dannii received an honorary doctorate degree in Media and Arts from Southampton Solent University for her 30-year varied career in the showbiz and media industry add something


Samantha Womack - In November 2011, it was reported that Womack was in the running, alongside Dannii Minogue, to become a judge on the 2012 series of Britain's Got Talent


In 2012, in an "unauthorised" biography about the life of Simon Cowell written by Tom Bower it was revealed that Cowell and Minogue had an affair during their time together on "The X Factor" in 2007 add something


It has already been confirmed that Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh will return to the panel in 2012 and it has been reported that Tulisa Contostavlos is close to signing her contracts add something


She will return for season six which will air in 2012 add something


In January 2012, Minogue appeared in the ITV documentary "The Talent Show Story" where she talked about her time on "The X Factor" and working on talent shows add something


In January 2012, Minogue appeared on the ITV documentary "The Talent Show Story" where she talked about her time on "The X Factor" and working on talent shows add something


In February 2012 Minogue officially opened Madame Tussauds Sydney, unveiling a waxwork of herself at the launch add something


In April 2012 it was reported that Minogue was in talks with ITV and Simon Cowell to return to The X Factor as a judge as replacement for Kelly Rowland who will not return in 2012 add something


In April 2012, it was reported that Minogue was in talks with ITV and Simon Cowell to return to "The X Factor" as a judge as replacement for Kelly Rowland, who announced she would not return for a second series add something


On 17 May 2012, it was suggested that Minogue had turned down a one million pound deal from Simon Cowell and ITV producers to return to the show add something


In August 2012 the label was rebranded and relaunched as Project D London add something


In November 2012, it was announced that Minogue would not be returning to "Australia's Got Talent" in an attempt to reboot the show add something


In December 2012, Minoque was confirmed as joining Elle McPherson and Tyson Beckford on the judging panel of Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model add something


Louis Walsh - During the live shows of series eight, in an interview with former judge Dannii Minogue, Walsh stated that he "didn't know" whether he would return as a judge in 2012


In 2013, Minogue became a judge on the ninth series of "Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model", and on the fifth series of "The X Factor Australia" add something


In April 2013, Minogue announced that she would join the judging panel of the upcoming fifth series of "The X Factor Australia" as Melanie Brown's replacement add something


On 12 April 2013, it was confirmed that Minogue would be joining the Australian version of The X Factor add something


On July 5, 2013 Minogue announced that she would no longer be associated with Project D London, ending a three-year collaboration with Tabitha Somerset-Webb add something


On July 29, 2013 Minogue made her debut on The X Factor Australia, joining Ronan Keating, Nathalie Bassingthwaite and Red Foo on the judging panel for the Seven Network's fifth season of the show add something


In September 2013, Minogue teamed up with "X Factor" judge Ronan Keating to record a duet of ! Christmas classic "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" for department store chain Myer's "The Spirit of Christmas 2013" compilation add something


Ronan Keating - In September 2013, Keating teamed up with "X Factor" judge Dannii Minogue to record a duet of ! Christmas classic "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" for department store chain Myer's "The Spirit of Christmas 2013" compilation


On 24 February 2014, Minogue ruled out a return as a judge for the show's eleventh series add something


We Love Disney - The second album was released in Australia in 2014 and included songs such as "Let It Go" and "Baby Mine" and such artists as Dannii Minogue and The McClymonts


We Love Disney - The second album in the series was released in Australia in November 2014, The album includes such classic Disney songs as "Let It Go" and "Baby Mine" and such artists as Dannii Minogue and The McClymonts


In February 2015, Dannii Minogue announced that, after a long hiatus, she planned to make her musical comeback on Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras add something


On April 5, 2015 Minogue was announced as 2015 Style Ambassador for Westfield Australia add something


In September 2016, it was revealed Minogue was returning to British television, as a judge on the judging panel of Gary Barlow talent show Let It Shine alongside fellow judges Martin Kemp and Barlow add something


Iggy Azalea - On 12 June 2016, Seven Network revealed that Azalea would replace former judge Dannii Minogue on The X Factor Australia


In 2017, Minogue is taking on the role as a judge on the new BBC show, Let It Shine add something


In January 2017, Minogue was announced as an Ambassador for L'Oréal Australia add something


In August 2017, Minogue confirmed that she would be a support act for Take That on their first Australian tour in over twenty years, which would take place that November add something


On November 2, 2017, Minogue confirmed she would release a new song entitled Galaxy on November 10, a day before the tour is due to start add something


Ricki Lake - On February 11, 2017, Lake appeared as a guest judge on the British talent show Let It Shine with Gary Barlow, Dannii Minogue, and Martin Kemp on the BBC