Ten years ago this week, Kylie Minogue was at the top of The Official Singles Chart with ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’.
The song, released on September 17, 2001, was written and produced by Cathy Dennis (a hugely successful solo artist in her own right and a talented songwriter who has penned tracks for Will Young, Britney Spears and Katy Perry, to name but a few) and former Mud guitarist and Grammy Award winner, Rob Davis, shifted over 300,000 physical copies in its first week on sale, and topped the charts for four consecutive weeks.
To celebrate its anniversary, we chatted to her old mentor, legendary hit maker, Pete Waterman. Pete reveals what it was like in Camp Kylie the week ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ went to Number 1, his favourite memories of working with her, and how Simon Cowell passed up the opportunity to release her first UK hit ‘I Should Be So Lucky’ because she was a TV star.
Watch the video interview below: