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Career Resurrection: Light Years was this for her Australian and European popularity, Fever was this for America. X was this after her cancer ordeal and came out five years after "Body Language".
Creator Breakdown: "No More Rain" and "Cosmic" deal with her cancer ordeal and "Flower" with all motherhood allusions on her X album... but Impossible Princess is an extremely personal album and dealt with her pressures of celebrity and icon status.
Executive Meddling: Has problems with this all through her career. Most recently her company insisted she not put her heart felt ballad about the stage "No More Rain" on her come back album X. She left Deconstruction and her first recording company over these sorts of problems.
LGBT Fanbase: She's recognized as being one of the world's biggest gay icons and regularly acknowledges her LGBT fans. (Prior to her mainstream resurgence, "Kylie fan" was a popular euphemism for gay men.)
Missing Episode: The original music video of "On A Night Like This" was supposed to have full-frontal nudity from Kylie, but was banned (or possibly stopped by Kylie herself, thinking the sex envelope had been pushed too far).
What Could Have Been: Cathy Dennis, the writer behind "Can't Get You Out of My Head", wrote "Toxic" for Kylie. However, Kylie felt it wasn't suited for her and the sound she was going for at the time, so the song was given to Britney Spears instead.