Kim Wilde on 'Now Yearbook 82'

- Now That's What I Call Music started in the early 1980's as a great series of compilation albums featuring the biggest hits of that time. Last year, they started releasing 'Yearbook' editions, starting with 1983 and 1984. And now they've actually gone back to the year 1982 with the newest Yearbook compilation. Of course, Kim also makes an appearance on this collection. 'View from a Bridge' appears alongside 83 other tracks from one of the best years in pop. (The 3LP version presents a selection of 44 tracks.) The 4CD set is available as a hardcover casebound book set, and as a slightly cheaper non-deluxe set. A three LP version on yellow vinyl is also available.

'Pop Don't Stop: Greatest Hits' 3LP set out in March

- We already alluded to it a week ago, and today the announcement was officially made: Cherry Pop will release a special 3LP set of 'Pop Don't Stop: Greatest Hits' in March. The three discs will be pressed on white vinyl with red splatter and features all the tracks of the 2CD set - but in chronological order! The set can be pre-ordered on the Cherry Red website and is out on 25 March 2022. The track listing of this set is as follows:

Happy 2022 from Wilde Life!

- Just like 2020, 2021 was not an easy year. For many Kim Wilde fans there has been excitement and disappointment in almost equal measure. Wilde Life looks back and forward, as we start a new year.

'Cambodia' used for Etam advert

- You could debate about how appropriate the song is, but Etam in France have launched an ad campaign this month using Kim Wilde's 'Cambodia' for their Christmas lingerie line.

Kim chats with Lawnmower Deth's Pete

- You could call it a Christmas treat: 15 minutes of banter between Lawnmower Deth's Pete Lee (a.k.a. Dad) and Kim Wilde (a.k.a. Auntie). In this chat, published on YouTube earlier today, they reminisce about earlier projects together, such as meeting for the first time, appearing at Download festival in 2016 and recording the single and music video for 'F U Kristmas' in 2017. And then there's the bonus story of what Kim did with Lemmy from Motörhead! In short, this is a chat that you will want to see. We have included the video here for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Christmas Facebook Live

- Video streamed on Facebook between 8 and 8.30pm (UK time) on Facebook, during which Kim sang some songs on a pre-recorded backing track. The songs performed were: Hope Let it Snow Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree You Came You Keep Me Hangin' On