Dannii Minogue first appeared on television aged seven. She signed her first record deal at the age of seventeen and ever since she has been wowing audiences around the world with her charm and her charisma.
The daughter of a dancer mother, Dannii found the spotlight early and discovered a passion for entertaining that has never faded. After early soap opera appearances, including Home and Away, a string of chart hits in the early 90s (Love And Kisses, Success, Jump To The Beat, Baby Love, This Is It . . .) launched Dannii as an established pop singer before she then re-invented herself as one of the world's most popular female dance acts.
Most recently, she has found a new army of loving fans as a judge on The X Factor, where she has charmed audiences with her sincerity, compassion and warmth. Her recent emotional Pier's Morgan interview was watched by a record-breaking six million viewers.
In this very personal and uplifting autobiography, Dannii talks openly for the first time about the highs and lows of her 30 year career; her marriage and subsequent divorce to Julian McMahon; the trials and tribulations of her role as an X Factor judge; her relationship with sister Kylie and, of course, becoming a mother.
About the Author
Dannii Minogue has achieved twelve consecutive number one dance singles, becoming the most-successful artist on the UK Club Chart. The last year has seen Dannii's star ascend into the stratosphere, becoming a bona fide national treasure, as hailed by the UK media. Most recently, following her triumphant 2009 season on The X Factor, watched by a peak of 19.2 million, Dannii has been crowned 'Best TV Star' by the readers of Elle magazine and 'Ultimate TV Personality' by Cosmopolitan. Vogue also named Dannii one of the world's Top Ten most stylish women. Dannii made her Marks & Spencer debut in their spring / summer TV campaign. Dannii also launched her first fashion collection 'Project D' in the UK in June.
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 1st May 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.9 x 13.2 x 3.2
Weight (kg): 0.3