Kylie first made it big in the late 1980s as Charlene in the Australian soap "Neighbours". Moving to England, she made the transition to pop sensation when she worked with producers Stock, Aitken and Waterman.When the hits dried up in the 1990s, Kylie was faced with her first major challenge. She had to reinvent herself for a new generation of fans. Stepping out of the shadow of her producers, she bravely forged her own path as an independent performer. But though everyone was still talking about her, she had to face the fact that she wasn't at the top any more.And so she reinvented herself again in the early 2000s as a disco diva - and this time, her career, which appeared to be in gentle but terminal decline, was turned around dramatically. Songs such as "Spinning Around" and "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" were pop classics and provided reason enough for the public that had always held her in huge affection to fall in love all over again. Kylie-mania spread all over the world and her reputation was sealed - she was an international superstar.After her traumatic battle with breast cancer, the Aussie diva came back stronger and sexier than ever, putting on a breath-taking comeback with her ever-elaborate Showgirl tour. Now, still a firm favourite with the public, Kylie Minogue can do no wrong. And twenty years on from the release of her first single "Loco-Motion", with over 40 million records sold and her tenth studio album released, she is showing no signs of slowing down. The Queen of Pop is definitely here to stay - this is her story.