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  More US success for pop queen Kylie
Updated 07 March 2002, 07.26
Kylie Minogue
Kylie's success just goes from strength to strength, as figures show her album Fever's set to hit the US album charts at number three.

  Click here to find out about Kylie!

And to top that, she won the best-selling Australian artist prize at the Monaco world music awards on Wednesday!

Top year

Her single Can't Get You Out Of My Head is still at number 12 in the Billboard Hot 100, the US version of our Top 40 charts.

And her album's so hot in the US it's sold more than half a million copies since 26 February.

  Check out the UK's official Top 40

Most stars want chart success in the UK and the US, but it's hard for UK-based singers to make it there.

But Kylie's had an amazingly successful year. Fever's sold more than a million copies in the UK and was number one across Europe.

Her UK and European tour starts in April and her new single, Love At First Sight, is out in May.

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