The beautiful singer shot to fame as a fresh faced 19-year-old in 1978 and she remains something of an enigma over a quarter of a century later.
Brought up in a middle class home in Kent by her father, Robert, and mother, Hannah, Kate was an unpopular child who was bullied at school.
Her obsession with the movie adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic novel inspired the flamboyant star to write her first song, 'Wuthering Heights', and the result catapulted her into the limelight where she became an unlikely pop goddess.
Although her talent is indisputable, Bush became too famous too quickly and found it difficult to cope with the onslaught of press and public attention. The troubled teenager grew into a fiercely private and controlling woman who later vowed never again to become public property.
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Posted By: lilBOpeep |
10/24/12 12:51 PM
Poor woman, fame is not for everyone but I hope she is living a happy life.