Kylie performs 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' at the Apollo

Kylie performs 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' at the Apollo
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Kylie performs her biggest hit single, ‘Can’t Get You Out of My Head’, at the Apollo Theatre in London in 2003. 

The song reached number one in 40 countries and broke through to the top ten in the US. It was written by Cathy Dennis and Rob Davis. 

Camera shots from multiple angles cover the action well and flawless sound creates a front-row vibe for viewers at home. It is interesting to see how the dancers' costuming and angular, jagged choreography style references the song’s iconic music video.

Kylie's red costume and slinky dance moves are in direct contrast to the regimented choreography of her back-up dancers who are all dressed in black.

Kylie is famous for her live shows, choreography, sets and costumes and this performance is no exception. Kylie has presented exhibitions of her costumes in a touring exhibition produced by the Australian Performing Arts Collection and Australian Music Vault which travelled around Australia and the V&A Museum in London. 

The concert was originally streamed live on the internet and later broadcast on Network Ten.

Notes by Beth Taylor