Dannii Minogue (born October 20, 1971), known as Dannii Minogue or simply Dannii, is an Australian singer/songwriter, actress and an occasional model and fashion designer. She rose to prominence in the early 1980s as a result of her role in the Australian television talent show Young Talent Time, before commencing her career as a pop singer and recording artist.
Signed to a contract in 1990 by Australian record label Mushroom Records, she achieved a string of hit records throughout the world, but her popularity began to decline by the mid-1990s, leading her to focus on a television presenting, placing her musical career on hold. For several years she attempted to establish herself as television host and presenter, but returned to music reinventing herself as a pop - dance artist. Her first effort was widely publicised, but failed to attract a substantial audience and resulted in the lowest sales of her career.
In 2001, Minogue returned to popularity with the release of "Who Do You Love Now?", a collaboration with Dutch DJs Zki & Dobri, performing under the group name Riva. The song became Minogue's most successful release worldwide, becoming one of the biggest dance club hits of the year. She has established one of the longest and most successful careers as a performer in dance music and television, being christened the pioneer of modern electro-pop by critics and fans alike. In the United Kingdom and Australia, she has become one of her generation's most recognisable celebrities and sex symbols, known for her provocative photographs and interviews. In the United Kingdom, has attained nine top-ten single on the Singles Chart.