Infobox Single
Name = Loved

Artist = Kim Wilde
from Album = The Very Best of Kim Wilde
B-side = Loved (Remix)
Released = 5 November 2001
Format = 12", CD-single
Recorded = 2001
Genre = Pop
Length =
Label = EMI
Writer = Ricki Wilde, Terry Ronald
Producer = Ricki Wilde, Terry Ronald, Ian Masterson
Certification =
Last single = Shame
This single = Loved
Next single = Born to be Wild

"Loved" is a song recorded by Kim Wilde as a "new" track for the compilation album "The Very Best of Kim Wilde", released in 2001.

The dance track was remixed and released in several of its remixed forms as a single across continental Europe, to some degree of success. New remixes of Wilde's 1980s hits "Kids in America" and "View From a Bridge" were also found on some formats of the single.

Chart performance

Film Adaption

In 2008 FOx and Touchstone announced that the movie will based on the song.

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