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Music Video: Sexercize

Artisit: Kylie Minogue

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:49

  • Copyright: Kylie Minogue

Music Video For Sexercize By Artist Kylie Minogue

Reviews For Sexercize By Artist Kylie Minogue

  • Super sexy thanks kylie for this video

    By plastiik
    She it's the best she know what we like to hear and see. Love you kylie
  • Where are the hot guys

    By Running46
    Does Kylie know that a large part of her fan base are gay men. Very uninterested.

    This Hot & Sexy Video from Kylie was long overdue here on iTunes eversince it came out weeks ago!! FINALLY KYLIE'S SEXERSICE IS HERE!!!!

    By JesseSutherland
    Thannk u 4 this

    By Lover4Lyfe
    A video like this was long overdue, and Kylie did not disappoint. Werk it, girl!!!!!
  • Sexy hot

    By cagperez
    The princess is back with a hot track and a sexy video, are u ready to Sexercize!

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