Who is tina arena dating
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When Minogue brought up her 1995 mega-hit “Chains”, Arena could not help herself.
“I was quite shocked,” she revealed, “when I realised that that pile of shit was going down [well]!
This is my Dad's favourite of Tina's songs, and it's her parents' favourite song as well.
We both started young in the industry and we've stayed really good friends through the years, but this is the first time we've reunited vocally since the early 1980s!
Needless to say, generations of Australians have grown up with Tina Arena and her music ever since.
The child star matured into one of our most successful singer/songwriters, the possessor of a voice for the ages, and she’s now a veteran with total album sales topping ten million.
Tina’s phenomenal recording career has produced hit after hit, from her earliest breakthrough singles, 1990’s ' I Need Your Body' and ' The Machine’s Breaking Down', through to the iconic songs that generations of Australians know off by heart — ' Chains', ' Sorrento Moon', ' Wasn’t It Good', ' Burn', ' If I Didn’t Love You, Symphony Of Life', ' Heaven Help My Heart' — as well as more recent classics, including 2013’s ' Only Lonely' and ' You Set Fire To My Life'.
Her 1994 album remains one of the highest selling Australian albums of all time, currently certified 14 times platinum; and add to this her unprecedented success in France where she has sold five million albums there alone.
While Tina has always been forward-focused with her music and career, the 40-year milestone — alongside other recent awards and accolades such as 2015’s induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame and 2016’s Order of Australia medal — has forced Tina to pause and reflect.