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1998
January
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12th January - Impossible Princess is released in Australia and debuts at No.4 on the ARIA Chart and No.1 on the Music Report Chart. Initial copies of the CD come with an exclusive 3D cover.

Kylie hosts MTV Snowball in Austria, a programme covering the snowboarding championships!

21st January - Did It Again is released in Japan.

25th January - Did It Again climbs to No.15 in Australia.

February
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Kylie appears at the 20th Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras where Kylie performs Better The Devil You Know in front of 20,000 people! Wearing a sequinned red outfit and little devil horns, she is joined onstage by numerous dancing boys and drag queens.
March
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As part of their 25th anniversary, Mushroom Records in Australia release a limited edition CD single of Better The Devil You Know featuring a brand new club remix by Movers & Shakers.

4th March - performance of Breathe on the National Lottery Draw.

9th March - Breathe is released in the UK. Featuring remixes by Todd Terry, Sash! and Nalin & Kane, the single enters the chart at No.14. Ministry magazine makes Kylie their cover girl and carry an exclusive interview and photos.

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18th March - live performance of Breathe on The Pepsi Chart Show.

20th March - live performances of Breathe on Top Of The Pops and TFI Friday.

23rd March - after a very long wait Impossible Princess is finally released in the UK and debuts at No.10. As in Australia and Japan, initial copies of the CD have a special 3D sleeve.

Kylie continues to promote the new album, travelling to Norway, Denmark and Holland, along with planning her upcoming live tour due to start in Australia in June.

April
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23rd April - Kylie appears on The Ben Elton Show where she performs Breathe and a cover of the Clash's Should I Stay Or Should I Go.
May
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11th May - Kylie performs a Nick Cave song, Into My Arms at the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) music awards at Sydney's Regent Ballroom.

21st May - Too Far is rumoured to be Kylie's new single and a promo 12" of new remixes is issued in the UK.

23rd May - live performance of Breathe on Hey, Hey, It's Saturday.

28th May - Kylie celebrates her 30th birthday and as preparation for her upcoming tour performs a 'secret' warm-up gig at Melbourne's Mercury Lounge under the stage name of Minx.
June
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2nd June - the Intimate and Live Tour kicks off in Melbourne. An incredible success, most of the shows sell out and the tour is eventually extended to 22 concerts! Kylie includes tracks from her entire career, including a cabaret version of I Should Be So Lucky, as well as an unrecorded track called Free, her version of the Clash's Should I Stay Or Should I Go? and a fabulous rendition of ABBA's Dancing Queen.
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Kylie takes part in some instore signing sessions at HMV stores. HMV give away a free CD called Other Sides with purchases of the Impossible Princess album. The CD includes B-side tracks Tears and Love Takes Over Me, plus a previously unreleased track called Take Me With You.

Impossible Princess turns platinum in Australia.

July
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1st July - Kylie's Sydney Intimate and Live show is recorded for an intended TV special.

Kylie becomes the ambassador for Australia's Kid's Helpline Charity, a 24-hour telephone counselling service for young people. She is also involved in the Wicked Women campaign for breast cancer awareness and donates Take Me With You for inclusion on their compilation CD.

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2nd July - in Melbourne, a state reception is held in Kylie's honour. Speaking about Kylie, Jeff Kennet, the Premier of the state of Victoria, said that Kylie was a "wonderful ambassador for Australia wherever she travels" and that "She has done a wonderful job and she is one who has developed, in a sense, through adversity. She is now a much more proficient and professional entertainer than she was."
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20th July - a compilation of remixed versions of Kylie's recent singles is released in Australia. The two CD set titled Impossible Remixes also includes new versions of Too Far by Brothers In Rhythm and US producer Junior Vasquez.

A collection of Kylie's videos from her deConstruction albums, The Kylie Tapes 94-98 is issued in Australia.

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29th July - Kylie brings her Intimate and Live shows to the UK and plays three dates at the Shepherd's Bush Empire. She is so overwhelmed at her fans' response that during her encore of Better The Devil You Know at her final show (31st July) that she sheds a tear onstage - bless!!
August
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3rd August - a triple vinyl set of the Impossible Remixes album is released in the UK with new artwork and re-titled simply Mixes.

Mushroom Records in Australia release volumes 3 and 4 of Greatest Remix Hits. Both are double CD compilations of rare remixes from Kylie's PWL days, including many previously unreleased mixes and a song called I Am The One For You which was recorded for the Rhythm Of Love LP in 1990 but left off the final album.

October
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2nd October - Kylie performs live on TFI Friday with Natalie Imbruglia and Sinead O'Conner as part of tongue-in-cheek backing group 'A Tramp, A Drunk and An Unfit Mother'. The trio provide backing vocals to Dave Stewart on his new single Happy To Be Here, and performances of the Eurythmics Love Is A Stranger and Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

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7th October - Kylie unveils her new waxwork at Madame Tussaud's in London, one of only three remodels that the house of wax displays. The original Kylie model appeared in 1989 and was well overdue for a makeover. Kylie herself commented "her fingers were coming off, and she didn't look like me anymore!".
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12th October - Cowboy Style is released in Australia, including a special 'live' video filmed at a rehearsal of the song for one of the Intimate and Live shows.
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19th October - Arthrob Records in the UK release GBI (German Bold Italic) by Towa Tei featuring Kylie; the single peaks at No.63.
November
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Kylie begins filming in Sydney for Sample People. Written and directed by Clinton Smith it is described as a "low-budget urban thriller", set around Sydney's clubland. Kylie plays Jess, the girlfriend of a nightclub baron who gets involved in a deep love triangle. Kylie states on her official website "I'm very much looking forward to working on this film as it has been a long time since I have been involved in a production like this one."
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14th November - Kylie performs at the Mushroom Records 'Concert Of The Century' at Melbourne's Cricket Ground. The show is to round off the 25th Anniversary celebrations for the record label and features several of their most successful artists. Dressed as a geisha girl, Kylie enters the stage on a giant birthday cake to the intro of GBI. After singing Happy Birthday to Mushroom, she performs a 20-minute medley of her hits.
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16th November - GBI is released in Australia, reaching No.50.

Impossible Princess is certified double platinum in Australia by the Australian Recording Industry Association, with sales exceeding 140,000 copies.

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20th November - Kylie is signed to model underwear for Swedish clothing company H&M. Following in the footsteps of former H&M models such as Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, Kylie appears on billboards across Europe in a series of photos taken by Ellen Von Unwerth.
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26th November - it is announced that Kylie is to 'part company' with deConstruction & BMG Records in the UK and Europe. "It was a mutual agreement completely, which is great because it was very amicable," she tells AAP in Australia. "Thank God, because I would have hated it to have been anything other than that. You become like family with a record company, particularly with deConstruction. They're lovely, genuine, Northern bastards!"

30th November - Kylie's first ever live album Intimate and Live is released in Australia, taken from her tour earlier in the year.

December
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A video of the Intimate and Live tour is released in Australia.

31st December - Kylie sees in the New Year by launching a huge fireworks display in Sydney, rumoured to have cost $2 million.