Kylie impersonator in fundraising Pevensey gig

Wendy Wild as Kylie raised �170 for a cancer charity
Wendy Wild as Kylie raised �170 for a cancer charity

A KYLIE Minogue impersonator raised more than £170 for Breakthrough at a Pevensey Bay pub

The Kylie Tribute Night, by Wendy Wild, was held at the Beach Tavern in Pevensey Bay last Saturday.

The money was raised from a raffle that Kylie biographer Nigel Goodall organised, which included an original copy of his 2002 best-selling Kylie biography, Kylie’s latest best of album, a compilation album of remixes, book and album posters and an official photo of the pop star in a frame.

Wendy performed Kylie classics from the 1980s to the present day.

Nigel Goodall, who is one of Britain’s leading celebrity biographers introduced Wendy as Kylie onto the stage, and during the interval, helped her select raffle tickets in aid of the breast cancer charity.

Well-known for his essays in several Kylie albums and tour books, he is also the author of 20 books on both the movie and pop stars.

He was nominated for the first ever non-fiction writing award in 1999 for his biography of Winona Ryder. It was his second visit to Pevensey Bay in connection with his writing. Last year he gave a talk at the Pevensey Bay Library.