Kylie Minogue Net Worth (May, 2023): Facts, Earnings, Age, Height, Boyfriend

Kylie Minogue Net Worth: $150 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$150 Million (approx.)
Date of Birth:May 28, 1968
Age:54 years
Height:4 ft 11 in (1.52 m)
Profession:Singer, Actor, Record producer, Fashion designer, Author, Film Producer, Composer, Artist, Screenwriter, Entrepreneur

Kylie’s Minogue Net Worth is around $150 million. Kylie Minogue is famous Australian singer-songwriter, actress, designer, producer, author and businesswoman.

Kylie Minogue Net Worth
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Kylie is perhaps the best-selling Australian solo artist of all time.

What is Kylie Minogue’s Net Worth?

Kylie Minogue Net worth is around $150 million. After receiving attention for her role on the soap opera “Neighbours,” Kylie shot to fame in the late 80s and early 90s as a dance-pop recording artist.

Kylie Minogue Net worth

Among Kylie Minogue’s hit singles are “Locomotion,” “Hand on Your Heart,” “Slow,” and “Can’t Get You Out of My Head.”

Kylie Minogue house:

Kylie owns a number of properties in her native Australia, but the most valuable asset in her property portfolio is an apartment in London’s ultra-exclusive One Hyde Park development. This one apartment alone is estimated to be worth north of $25 million.

Kylie Minogue Biography:

BornKylie Ann Minogue
28 May 1968 (age 54)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
CitizenshipAustralia,United Kingdom
Years active1979–present
WorksAlbums,singles songs, recorded, concert, tours, filmography, videography, products
RelativesDannii Minogue (sister)
Musical career

Kylie Minogue was born in Melbourne on 28 May 1968 to Carol, is a former ballet dancer and father, Ronald, is an accountant at a family-owned auto company.

Kylie Minogue Biography
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Minogue is the eldest of three siblings, and is of Irish and Welsh ancestry.

The family kept moving around various suburbs in Melbourne to sustain their living expenses, which Minogue found unsettling as a child.

Kylie would often stay at home reading, sewing, and learning to play violin and piano. When her family finally settled in Surrey Hills, Kylie attended Camberwell High School. Growing up, Kylie and her sister Dannii took singing and dancing lessons.

In 1979, A 10-year-old Minogue was along with Dannii to a hearing arranged by the sisters’ aunt, Suzette, and, while producers found Dannii too young, Alan Hardy gave Kylie a minor role in soap opera The Sullivans.

In 1980, Kylie had another tiny role in the soap opera “Skyways.” A bigger role came in 1985, when Minogue landed a leading role on “The Henderson Kids”; however, Kylie Minogue was dropped from the second season.

In 1986, Kylie Minogue had her true breakthrough role in the soap opera “Neighbours,” playing schoolgirl-turned-garage mechanic Charlene Mitchell. The show was hugely popular in the UK, drawing 20 million viewers for its famous wedding episode.

Kylie Minogue Recording Career:

For a Fitzroy Football Club benefit concert, Kylie Minogue performed a duet of “I Got You Babe” with “Neighbours” costar John Waters, and sang “The Loco-Motion” as her encore. Kylie Minogue was subsequently invited by producer Greg Petherick to record a demo of the latter track.

In 1987, after the demo was sent to Michael Gudinski of Mushroom Records, Kylie Minogue signed on with the label. Kylie Minogue song debuted as a single in the summer of 1987; topping the Australian singles chart for 7 consecutive weeks, it became the best-selling single of the 80s. Due to this success, Kylie Minogue went to London to work with the producing group Stock Aitken Waterman.

In 1988, Kylie Minogue released her debut album, the self-titled “Kylie.” It spent over a year on the UK albums chart, and was the best-selling album of the decade by a female recording artist. Additionally, the album went gold in the US, with the single “The Locomotion” hitting number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

Another single, “Got to Be Certain,” reached number one in Australia. Afterthis, Minogue released her second album, “Enjoy Yourself,” in 1989; it produced the hit singles “Hand on Your Heart and “Tears on My Pillow.”

1990s Albums

Kylie Minogue released her third album, “Rhythm of Love,” in 1990. Although not as commercially successful as its predecessors, it spawned the hit singles “Step Back in Time,” “Better the Devil You Know,” and “Shocked.”

In 1991, Minogue released her fourth album “Let’s Get to It”. Despite being her first album to not make the top ten, it produced the successful singles “If You Were with Me Now” and “Give Me Just a Little More Time.” Following this, Minogue put out her first “Greatest Hits” album, which reached number one in the UK.

After signing with Deconstruction Records in 1993, Kylie Minogue released her fifth album, the self-titled “Kylie Minogue.” Peaking at number four on the UK albums chart, it spawned the singles “Confide in Me,” “Put Yourself in My Place,” and “Where is the Feeling?” Minogue’s final album in the 90s, 1997’s “Impossible Princess,” had contributions from musicians such as Sean Moore and James Dean Bradfield.

Later Records

In 2000, Kylie Minogue released her seventh studio album, “Light Years”; a commercial success, it became the artist’s first album to hit number one in Australia, and produced the hit singles “Spinning Around,” “Please Stay,” “Kids,” and “On a Night Like This.” In 2001, Minogue’s album “Fever” had the track “Can’t Get You Out of My Head,” which became Minogue’s most successful single ever after selling five million copies and hitting number one in more than 40 countries.

In 2003, Kylie Minogue earned her first Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording for “Love at First Sight”. In 2004, Kylie Minogue won the award for “Come into My World.”

Kylie Minogue subsequent albums included “Body Language,” which spawned the singles “Slow” and “Chocolate”; “Ultimate Kylie,” another greatest hits album; and “X,” which featured the contributions of such artists as Calvin Harris and Guy Chambers. “X” produced the singles “Wow” and “In My Arms,” and was nominated for the Grammy for Best Electronic/Dance Album. Later albums included 2010’s “Aphrodite,” 2014’s “Kiss Me Once,” 2018’s “Golden,” and 2020’s “Disco.”

In February 2017, Kylie Minogue signed a new record deal with BMG Rights Management. Minogue’s album Golden was released in April 2018 with “Dancing” serving as its lead single

Kylie Minogue released a greatest hits compilation Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection on 28 June 2019, featuring “New York City” as the lead single.

Kylie Minogue also appeared in her own Christmas television special, Kylie’s Secret Night, which aired on Channel 4 in December 2019.

Minogue continued to work on Disco during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 as Minogue used a home studio to record throughout lockdown.

In May 2021, Kylie Minogue featured on a remix of “Starstruck” with Years & Years

Minogue reissued Disco on 12 November 2021, and this was preceded with the release of “A Second to Midnight” featuring Years & Years

Kylie Minogue Film Career:

Kylie Minogue made her acting debut in 1989’s “The Delinquents.” In 1994, Minogue appeared in the action film “Street Fighter,” and in 2001, had a cameo as the Green Fairy in the musical “Moulin Rouge!” A decade later, Kylie Minogue appeared in the romantic horror film “Jack & Diane,” and had a important role in the French fantasy “Holy Motors.” Subsequent film credits include the disaster film “San Andreas” and the Australian dramedy “Swinging Safari.”

Kylie Minogue Boyfriend:

From 1989 to 1991, Kylie Minogue was dating Michael Hutchence, the frontman of rock band INXS. Later, Minogue was in a relationship with French photographer Stéphane Sednaoui. Starting in 2018, Kylie Minogue began seeing British GQ creative director Paul Solomons.

Kylie Minogue Philanthropy:

Kylie Minogue has been heavily involved in philanthropy. In 1989, Minogue contributed to a recording of “Do They Know it’s Christmas?” to raise money for anti-famine efforts in Ethiopia. In the 2010s, Kylie Minogue helped raise money for Haiti earthquake relief, and in 2020, donated $500,000 to help firefighting efforts related to the Australian bushfires. Kylie Minogue’s other philanthropic pursuits have focused on helping abused children, funding research for AIDS, and raising money and awareness for cancer research.

Kylie Minogue Interesting Facts:

  • In 2005, Kylie Minogue was diagnosed with breast cancer. Kylie Minogue was hospitalized in Melbourne, and underwent surgery and chemotherapy. After this, Minogue announced that the disease had no recurrence.
  • Minogue described herself as being of “average intelligence” and “quite modest” during her high school years.
  • Minogue has been inspired by and compared to Madonna throughout her career.
  • Minogue was among the performers at The Queen’s Birthday Party held at the Royal Albert Hall in April 2018.
  • Throughout her career, Kylie Minogue has chosen photographers who attempt to create a new “look” for her.
  • In September 2002, Minogue was ranked 27 on VH1‘s 100 Sexiest Artists list.
  • Kylie Minogue was also named one of the 100 Hottest Women of All-Time by Men’s Health in 2013.