Kylie Minogue

Nice programme on Channel 5 here in the uk - Kylie: 30 Years of Hits. The facts and talking heads are a bit questionable but there’s clips I’ve not seen before and I’ve really enjoyed it!
Yes seen that when it was aired a few years ago initially, good watch and always nice to have something Kylie related on TV-give or take the errors aside!
 
Absolutely! There was tiny clip from Got to be Certain where she had the red dress on and her hair up which wasn’t part of the original video! Never seen that before!
Yes, there was a total of 3 alternative versions made for Got To Be Certain. I believe, that was from the version that was attended to be the music video, but all concerned was not that keen and so another edit was was made-the one we are most used to which begins with the photographer taking photos of Kylie. The other edit, mostly is of Kylie (looking stunning!) in the black dress on the rooftop.
 
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Yes, there was a total of 3 alternative versions made for Got To Be Certain. I believe, that was from the version that was attended to be the music video, but all concerned was not that keen and so another edit was was made-the one we are most used which begins with the photographer taking photos of Kylie. The other edit, mostly is of Kylie (looking stunning!) in the black dress on the rooftop.
Wow! Never knew this. I love the black dress look at the end - she looks stunning. And the shuddering carousel horse of course!
 
Think my favourite look from the various Got To Be Certain videos, is this:
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The original Got To Be Certain video was probably done for Oz by Mushroom to quickly follow Lucky but when they saw Lucky started smashing around the world they realised it was not much cop and that some more money could be invested in project K. I'm surprised they kept the horse scenes, those looked naff even to impressionable 14 year old me.
 
The original Got To Be Certain video was probably done for Oz by Mushroom to quickly follow Lucky but when they saw Lucky started smashing around the world they realised it was not much cop and that some more money could be invested in project K. I'm surprised they kept the horse scenes, those looked naff even to impressionable 14 year old me.

I love that you say 'Not much cop'. Brilliant!
 
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Got To Be Certain is also my favourite 80s Kylie's single, closely followed by the criminally underrated Wouldn’t Change A Thing!

Of course, this would be totally different if Turn It Into Love had been released globally as it deserved to be. Her greatest 80s and still one of her all time best. And that is that on that!
 
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