THE AUSTRALIAN KYLIE SHOW
Are you ready Kylie fans?
The Australian Kylie Show is here!!!
Tipped to be the closest thing you're going to get to the real deal, The Australian Kylie Show has gone to great lengths to leave your mind boggling... could it actually be???
Every aspect of Kylie's shows has been replicated to perfection, including the costumes from her live performances, gorgeous male and female dancers, awesome choreography, fabulous music and most importantly the closest thing to Kylie you'll find!
Jam packed with all of Kylie's greatest hits from the past 3 decades, whether you're a die-hard Kylie fan or not, you will know all the songs... and possibly all the words!
Introducing Kylie's double... Miss Angie Hilton (who has actually played a Kylie Double in television roles previously). A talented and seasoned performer, there is no one more qualified to take on the role than Angie.
About Angie Hilton:
Vocalist for in house band for The Singing Bee in Australia (Channel 9) and New Zealand (NZTV)
2004 - 2007 - Presenter on Channel 7 travel show - 'Coxy's Big Break'
2004 - Presenter on channel 10's reality lifestyle business show - 'Bread'
2000 - 2003 - Recording contract with BMG records as lead singer of three girl group 'Sirens'.
Television performances include:
• Big Brother 1 Final Eviction
• NRL Grand Final
• Molly Meldrum's House of Hit
• The Drum, Channel V, Big Arvo, Nickelodeon - SNTV
• GMA, Russell Gilbert Live, Video Hits, MTV.
• Give a Little Love
• The Housemates Song (Don't You Think That It's Strange)
• I'm So Excited (With Sarah Marie)
• Like Fire Like Rain
2001 - Backing singer for Ricky Martin at the Logie Awards.
1998-99 Singer in house band for Hey Hey It's Saturday. Performed backing vocals and sang alongside artists such as Ronan Keating, Merrill Bainbridge, Wendy Matthews, Bachelor Girl, Vanessa Amorosi, Chris Wilson, Marcia Hines, Glenn Shorrock, Thelma Houston and many more.
Kylie Minogue Double in comedy show ‘Big Girls Blouse’ for channel 7.
Winner of the Australian Songwriters Association national songwriting competition with own composition - 'What you Are'.
1997, 2002 and 2006 - Performed the opening number at Channel 7's Good Friday Appeal Variety Gala.
1997 - 1999 - Weekly presenter/co-producer on Channel 9's national children's program, 'Goodsports'.
• Tribute Show
Better the Devil You Know
Can't Get You Out Of My Head
Come Into My World
Confide in Me
Did it Again
Hand On Your Heart
I Believe In You
I Should Be So Lucky
In Your Eyes
Love At First Sight Light Years
On A Night Like This
Put Yourself In My Place
Red Blooded Woman
Step Back In Time
What Do I Have To Do
Your Disco Needs You
& many more…..