Kim Wilde TV Portal
I can not seem to access the video interviews with Kim, even though I am a member and I have Real Player 10 installed on my computer. Would love to see Kim's interview on Stars in their eyes.”
“"Your last visit was 2011 [something]". Time certainly flies..! :/
I hope all the regulars from the old days are well - I think of you from time to time and all the fun we used to have here! Cheers!”
“Wow I remembered my logging details first time! Not logged in here since 2012! I can't wait to see Kim at Holmfirth this December :-D Think I'll check out some Kim clips on here even though I have most on DVD. Lets hope Kim does a wonderful success next month with the release of the Deluxe verson of Wilde Winter Songbook cd with dvd.”
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“I love kim wildes she is great when or if I watches kids in america and listens to her songs I can relax and my stress goes away. I would want to live the life kim wildes lives.”
wrote about It's Here (Hollymund):
“I love you divine lovely legs.”
“if you prefer join my page on facebook
“can somebody please update this site thanks!!!”
“eerie to see how time flies and something like this website gets old....”
wrote about You Came Acoustic (Zomer):
this should look like a heart not 3 lol.
Great perf of course.”
wrote about You Came Acoustic (Zomer):
“Hello…Bonjour….May day… tuning in tuning out like a radio…. et moi, Lisa. The D grade Kim Wilde wanna be.
Alex dear, I’m not dead. (Oops, probably shouldn’t joke about that considering one of our regular posters actually d…ied). I do check this grave site (no pun on words intended) every few months. Kind of like Kim’s career, not much happens (ouch!)
How wonderful to read you are now editor-in-chief of your magazine. It brought a huge smile to my face when I read that. Your sassy, eloquent, writing style was hilariously entertaining, deep, thought provoking, and sometimes inspiring. I’m sure you have a following. I would pay to read your work!
I can’t believe you’ve interviewed Kim TWICE! Actually I can. You’ve been discussing her for years on the forums; therefore I’m sure you would have been the most qualified person to do the job. Kim must have been pleasantly surprised by some of the questions you asked. I’m sure she’s heard the “same-old, same-old” questions over the years from journalists! Can you share with us what you asked her? I probably would have requested my very own personal sing-a-long with Kim. I have this crazy look on my face imagining it....Just the two of us, belting out Never Trust A Stranger like two long lost best friends………. Okay back to reality now.
Alex, my ego enjoyed being referred to the Parisian fashion quartet! I was nervous, and didn’t know what to expect, but it turned out to be a FABULOUS day…. Meeting on the Champs E-Lisa, and having a great time walking down the streets like those Sex-and-the-City girls! I can honestly say I felt like a princess for the day – all these fine looking men coming out of the wood work (or Virgin Mega Store) bearing gifts and kisses. A wonderful, warm, unforgetable welcome to France. We had a little fashion shoot in the subway, too!
You know what, I think a lot of people hit the big 4-O and freak out thinking “what have I done with my life?, where did it go?, did I make the right choice?, should I have done this?, did I make the right decision doing that?, did I waste my time?”, but I can tell you feel very content with how things turned out and now understand that everything happened for a reason; especially your Alisue-extasy chapter of your life. It’s forgivable, because the internet was so new to us – and you grew from it.
Like you, I have found healthier, creative, productive outlets for my exhibition (don’t worry I’m not a stripper or anything vulgar, although my old avatar looks a bit whorish) which I get paid for! But what exactly it is is a conversation we need to have in private, because I don’t believe in spreading my life over the internet anymore. Some things are just too sacred!
These days, I listen to Kim Wilde’s greatest hits every now- and- then / once-in-a-while kind of thing. To anyone who is still obsessed with Kim Wilde, my unwarranted advice is to face reality. It might be painful, but face it! Living out loud is enjoyable. You don’t want your family to discover you stone cold dead, slumped over the computer with Kimwilde.com up on the screen. Venture out of your comfort zone, and go and see Kim live in concert! Forgive my black sense of humor!
“I wonder if Lisa, Jerzy, Pierre and Gérard, the parisian fashion quartet sometimes come here to check if there is still a life on planet KWTV... So weird being logged here! I never felt so alone on the Internet. But it's not sad! It also feels like home in a way. In a way, KWTV helped becoming who I am today. That AliSuExTasY was part of me, screaming to get out. And he/she went out of my body, sometimes violently, something ridiculously childish, sometimes deep, sometimes superficial, sometimes drunk, sometimes on drug, sometimes in love, sometimes eXtatiK, sometimes low, like the lights down. But! So alive. The Internet allowed me te reconnect myself with the little boy I used to be, fascinated by that pop sensation called Kim Wilde. Introspection is sometimes the best way to move on. In common with AliSuE, I still have that energy, that envy to evolve and get better. Improving myself to become the closest to my goal.
I don't listen to Kim Wilde anymore these days, and I don't know if I'll go back to her music one day. But her voice stays, and the love also. I'll never turn my back on her, she really is part of the process too. That's exactly the reason why it was disturbing to interview her the first time. Because she was so deeply part of me, but she did not know me... There was sort of a gap because of that. But the last time I met her for an interview in Zurich last year, it was such a sweet moment. And I could have listened her talking about her voice for hours. I have dreamed for years for her to come back with talented producers, to enjoy real success again. But it won't happen now. She's had her share of good pop souvenirs, and it's OK now. As long as she's enjoying herself at doing what she does, it's just perfect.
I don't know if you, I mean the people I shared something with here, still listen to her these days. I know she'll be in Paris soon for a unique show, I heard it is sold out? Wow, so cool for her! Hope you have a great time, supporting our Love Blonde!”
“Souvenirs, souvenirs! Is there anybody out there? Is it over? Or has it just begun? Nearly 10 years ago, I got my avatar, the most beautiful I must say. Thank you for that Pierre. So many things have changed in 10 years! Kim Wilde came back to pop, Mike's not with us anymore and I became an editor in chief, yo! Running my magazine, surrounded by creative spirits: that is all I love. And I... became 40 one month ago. I'm not complaining about that! Wow, KWTV... Coming back here, and posting, is like coming back on some beautiful ruins. We have shared so much here, waiting for Kim to sing it out for love again! And it happened. Maybe thanx of Pierre who did that amazing job and community, and all that, yeeeeeeeeeeeeears before Facebook was invented! That's what we all were in the '00s: Kim's WWW community, avant-garde! Now looking back at those years, it seems like a dream, something immaterial, but yet full of emotions. Oh well, if anybody reads that message, I wish you are happy in your life and that you still love music as you did when you were a child.
“I've just read on Wildelife that Select Mike passed away, and I have sorrow.
Who were you really Mike ? I would have like just to sit down by your side, to see you and listen to all you could still learn us, and of course sharing our passion for Kim because for you to be a fan for you was not a competition but a share indeed.Still, I keep on thinking internet was not the best way to communicate, we would have share more if we could hold of you.
I felt like you wanted to say what people needed to hear, and I remember you could calm down my doubts.
You wanted to please people but without they realise you did.You listened.
I remember some of your lyrics talked about God,I have no doubt you went to the place that's the best.”
“I am very sad to hear that Select Mike passed away. He seemed like such a kind, patient, lovely, educated man.
His love for tiny insignificant details sometimes annoyed me. I think I snapped at him once, but he never snapped back. A true English gentleman! He also helped me write an article.
I don't know who he was. If he was young or old; however I hope he went surrounded by love.
“Kim wilde has been in Brazil?what year? is there any video?”
“Yes lets hv a reunion!x;-)”
“WTV--Reunion? LOL Lisa Kim keeps all the cloths in the closet? i have to ask that -i m not sure if she'll respond ..but worth the Try.
“Kim Wilde in France
“Heres a song I just did to remember a little baby boy who died recently aged just 24 weeks. 3
Catch U as Catch can.......later.......3
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“Shit, it's been months since I've logged in too. Happy 2012 Wildestorm.
James, I've noticed you're quite chatty with Kim on twitter. Can you ask her a couple of questions for me?
1) What does she think of Hydrangers?
2) I once read in an interview that she keeps all her old stage clothes, and outfits from video clips under her barn. Would she consider posting a pic of this room on twitter?”
“Jeeeez, I just logged in here and saw that last vísit was more than 6 months ago. This used to be the most interesting thing on the internet years ago. I've meet a lot of nice people through this page and would love to know what they are all doing now.
The new album "Snapshots" has been giving a lot of attention here in Denmark, and hopefully it will lead to yet another album within a few years. Hope you are all doing well. See you again somethime...maybe ;O) ”
“No question I subscribe to any (un)social network,I love freedom and fresh air too much.So here is a compromise to wish a Happy Birthday to Kim.
I love this romantic song and beautiful voice by Elvis Costello click here
and this same one cos it makes me laugh even if I'm very unwell placed as a real lousy singer
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Buy Kim Wilde items with Amazon
- I Fly (MHP Beat You Up Mix)
- View From A Bridge (Filipe's Extended Mix)
- Perfect Girl (MHP's Extended Version)
- Take Me Tonight (MHP Remix)
- Time To Live (MHP Re-edit)
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Listen to a new track, music composed by Steve Byrd and lyrics written by your webmaster: Look Alive.
You Have To Learn To Live Alone - the virtual duet - is back on Kim Wilde TV.Thanks to the inestimable, precious help from Steve Byrd and his touch of magic, now listen to a totally new, made from scratch, version. With Steve on guitars, of course!
He's got the brains, he's got the looks. Stefan aka Mystraculpa is doing a cool present to you Wilders by providing this exclusive cover version of the Pet Shop Boys' Opportunities !
Click on the picture above to access the gallery.
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Listen to three audio tracks recorded at the Tobit After Dark festival:Chequered Love, View From A Bridge, You Keep Me Hangin'On.
Listen to exclusive concert versions:2-6-5-8-0 (live Lyon Palais d'Hiver 1983)
House Of Salome (live Pavillon Baltard-Paris 1983)
Who Do You Think You Are? (live Oldenburg 1992)
Say You Really Want Me (live Paris 1987)
Dancing In The Dark (live Pavillon Baltard-Paris 1983)
More tracks >>
Watch an exclusive footage from 1982
Related link: why Kim Wilde doesn't smile on KimWilde.com