Kylie Minogue

There was no roller skating montage in the Spinning Around video, though
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Obviously one of the deleted scenes to this sketch to explain this plot hole would be that the Spinning Around video didn't feature the roller skating montage because it brings back too many bad memories for her.

My other plausible/humorous suggestions for her "briefly" dying.

- She got severe whiplash and entered into a coma from the "I Was Gonna Cancel" video editing.

- She fell to a temporary death when "Kiss Me Once" flopped so hard.

- She was cycling on her bike, and the pedestrians did not "Get Outta Her Way" despite her exclaims; she crashed into the "All the Lovers" body heap.

"Ghosts" is a funny, heartwarming sitcom from the Horrible History guys. Nothing groundbreaking but definitely humorous and worth watching if you can.
 
Kylie spotted by someone in Smash Hits in (I think) 1991:

"Kylie in Portobello Road having an argument with a bloke who accused her of nicking all her tunes from old soul artists. Kylie apparently told him to "bog off" (but not quite as nicely as that!)."

I don't have that one gif to hand.
 
Kylie spotted by someone in Smash Hits in (I think) 1991:

"Kylie in Portobello Road having an argument with a bloke who accused her of nicking all her tunes from old soul artists. Kylie apparently told him to "bog off" (but not quite as nicely as that!)."

I don't have that one gif to hand.

Dddd, I mean… maybe not “all her tunes” but considering her covers, maybe he had a point.
 
Listened to the "Body Language" in full for the first time in years over the last few weeks - some songs have grown on me, some songs have aged terribly, and some songs I completely forgot about!

What do you think of the album, almost 20 years on? My biggest takeaway was that the wrong singles were released from it and while I appreciate the sonic inspiration behind it, some of it just really didn't work at the time and still doesn't.

Did a track-by-track review on the podcast if you like that sort of thing!

 
Body Language was my first Kylie album as It released not long after I became a proper fan, therefore it holds a special place in my heart and I still love it.

Visually the whole era was and still is flawless.

The standard edition missed a trick not including Slo Motion because it’s gorgeous.

Fun fact, my username actually comes from this dodgy mashup
 
They/them, he/him
What do you think of the album, almost 20 years on?

For me it’s one of my least favourite albums by Kylie. I only really use Secret (Take You Home) and Slow. The rest sound like half finished tracks that could have been something special had they been given more time and attention.

Saying that, nothing can save Chocolate for me. I often consider it her worst single. Nasal Kylie is not my favourite Kylie.
 
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