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Classic Kylie videos

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When she first appeared on our screens as tomboyish mechanic Charlene Mitchell in Neighbours, we never imaged Kylie Minogue would go on to become one of our best-loved pop stars with a career has now spanned three decades. From her early Stock, Aitken & Waterman singles like The Loco-Motion and I Should Be So Lucky to the huge hits Spinning Around and Can't Get You Out of My Head, there's no better way to sum up Kylie's incredible career than through her music videos.

We've picked our top ten, but if we missed out your favourite let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter @Stylistmagazine

The Loco-motion, 1987

Kylie's first single was a cover of the classic hit, The Loco-motion, which propelled her to fame in her native Australia and landed her a record deal in London. The accompanying video showed Kylie at her upbeat, energetic best and got kids in school discos across the land getting in line to recreate the moves.

I Should Be So Lucky, 1987

We're willing to bet that many of you spent some time dancing around your bedrooms singing I Should Be So Lucky into your hairbrushes - we certainly did, as well as trying to recreate Kylie's fantastic curly up-do.

Escpecially For You, 1988

Who could resist the adorable coupling of Neighbours' Scott and Charlene aka Jason and Kylie in this classic '80s ballad? Especially For You had it all, but the question remains - do you prefer Kylie's duet with Jason, or Kermit the frog?

Confide In Me, 1994

Out of all of Kylie's different musical and fashionable phases, mid-90s 'indie Kylie' is one of our favourites and the 1994 video for Confide In Me showed the pop princess is happy to play with her multiple personas. The atmospheric violins in the song contrasted eerily with the cartoony, colourful video clip.

Put Yourself In My Place, 1994

Sporting fiery red hair and a hot pink spacesuit, Kylie looked like the hottest astronaut ever in the video for her 1994 hit, Put Yourself In My Place. The video was inspired by the opening sequence of Jane Fonda's Barbarella, but we think Ms Minogue most definitely made it her own.

Spinning Around, 2000

We don't really need to say anything about this clip except for Gold. Hotpants.

Kids, 2000

Kylie and Robbie were a match made in pop heaven for 2000's smash hit, Kids. With Kylie strutting around in black leather trousers we think Robbie Williams should consider himself one very lucky man.

Can't Get You Out of My Head, 2001

And here it is - the big one: Can't Get You Out Of My Head is an iconic pop song with a ridiculously catchy chorus and an equally catchy dance routine to match. Kylie never looked better than in that slinky white jumpsuit and the video is still one of our all-time favourites. This is for anyone who's ever attempted the head-in-hands routine on the dancefloor!

Slow, 2003

Slow came from Kylie's 2003 album, Body Language. The music video was filmed on a sun-soaked roof terrace in Barcelona and shows Kylie surrounded by bronzed sun worshippers. It's one of our favourite Kylie videos as its laid back sensuality made a refreshing change to the high-energy pop and dance clips of the time.

Wow, 2008

A futuristic music video set in a club filled with dancers in space-age costumes accompanied Kylie's 2008 hit, Wow from her tenth studio album, X.

Related

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The Fashion Special starring Kylie

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Kylie's hair evolution

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Betty Draper on the record

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