These Then-And-Now Shots Of Female Music Stars Of The ’80s Will Make You Long For Pop’s Golden Years

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15. Kylie Minogue

She might be the Princess of Pop today, but Kylie Minogue’s music career was just launching back in the ’80s when she released her self-titled debut album along with the hit singles “I Should Be So Lucky” and “The Locomotion.” Since then, Minogue has gone from strength to strength, releasing no fewer than 13 albums and completing 15 tours. Plus, she’s even battled breast cancer. Keep going, Kylie!

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14. Belinda Carlisle

Belinda Carlisle made her name in the girl group Go-Go’s, but after the band split in 1985 she went on to become an award-winning solo artist. Carlisle is perhaps best known for her catchy hit single “Heaven is a Place on Earth,” which earned her a Grammy nomination. And since then, she has continued her singing career, made an appearance on Dancing with the Stars and also published her memoirs.

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