MUSIC: Queerty’s Top 10 Favorite Kylie Minogue Videos



This week sees the release of The Best of Kylie Minogue, celebrating the Australian pop star’s 25 years in the music business. In honor of the occasion, we’re sharing our our ten favorite Kylie videos of all time.

Of course, in the past quarter-century there’s been a lot of Kylie songs so we couldn’t include other hits like “Spinning Around,” “I Should Be So Lucky,” “Kids,” “Put Your Hands Up” and “Loco…” (Sorry we just can’t bring ourselves to write that one down.)

Do you have a favorite Kylie jam you can’t get out of your head? Share it in the comments!

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  • Seth

    Love her. After Madge she’s prob my 2nd fav female dance artist. How she hasn’t had GaGa size success in the US is beyond me. She’s a great live performer, constantly delivers ear candy singles and actually sounds just as good live as she does in the studio

  • Johnny

    What about “The One” from X fantastic deco style. LOVE KYLIE

  • Dave

    Epic die hard Kylie fan here. I can tell you this list is wrong. Two of the songs don’t even HAVE videos at all…

  • Darin

    Misquote on ‘Your Disco Needs You’- it should read: “…you’re a slave to the rhythm, do your part, cure a lonely heart”.

  • Mark

    The title states fave videos, but it seems like they’re listing fave songs. Slow should’ve been on the list for the eye candy and sensuality alone. “Did it Again” should be on the list as a great video, even if the song was only OK. And even though “Love at First Sight” is one of my fave songs, I must admit the video doesn’t deserve mention as something great.

  • Hank

    Can’t say I like her voice much. Then again, I don’t dance. I’m sure it’s great dance music.

  • Cesar Silva

    Well, one of my favorite music videos is “Slow” it’s pretty sexy…

  • No

    I personally always liked Dannii’s video’s better.


    most of her oeuvre is fun and throwaway like all best pop music is, “better the devil” being pretty near perfection in this regard; but it’s the videos where she, or her people, really bring the magic.

    re-watching, i feel many of them, from the 2000’s, have dated quite a bit.

    my favourite kylie track, “confide in me”, has the rare distinction of also being quite decent. and for pop, a bit dark and spiky (well, for kylie!) and the video, back in the day, was sick.

    and, of course, “can’t get you out of my head” is a pop masterpiece(ish), but ‘ve never watched the video cuz i have my own one in my head which is much better.

    also, “german bold italic” video is, err…. wonderfully bonkers.

  • Dixie Rect

    ‘Did it Again’ is one of her best, 4 Kylie’s in a police line up, then they all fight. It’s great – cute Kylie, sex Kylie, indie Kylie, all fighting! The song is kinda blah, but the video is awesome.

  • Triple S

    Finally, a post about my lovely Kylie that isn’t slandering her wonderful name! I feel special to be Australian for many reasons, but she’s one of my strongest! I only wish more guys my age would like her (17).

    Ah well, she will always be mine! :D

  • issues of the day

    How is “Confide in Me” not on here? Raging!

  • Andrew

    I still remember back in 94, before the net and Kylie had left the bubble gum of SAW behind, I was watching Rage when this new track came on, it sounded graet so I recorded it, next thing I know it comes up with Kylie – Confide in Me. I wil always remember the new amazing sound and video. Number 1 for 5 weeks in Oz.

  • Rory

    @Missing one….: YES! Was just about to say that one deserves a place on the list!

  • Bobster

    Where’s “Come Into My World”, one of the coolest videos ever?!

  • Motard

    ‘I Believe in You’ anyone? Anyone?

  • Sarina

    How could “Confide in Me” be ignored?

  • Jon

    Is she still trying to break into the U.S. market? She really doesn’t give up. Good for her.

  • JB

    How on earth is this a selection of “Kylie’s top ten videos” when:

    1) two of these songs don’t even have videos

    2) the justification written for each selection describes the song, and not the video

    Case-in-point: selection #6, Speakerphone, never had a video, and Queerty meagerly offers that “It’s one of Kylie’s hottest songs ever”. Um, okay, great…but what does that have to do with it being chosen as a “top video”??

    Sorry, Queerty…you get a major “Fail!” on this one. Next time, try not to be so lazy.

  • redcarpet


    Here ass won awards for that video!

  • Graeme

    Better The Devil You Know – This video was out a good six months before Truth or Dare, but came out around the same time as Madonna’s Vogue video.

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