Everything about ‘Hello’ suggested Candice had a huge hit on her hands…if only someone could’ve decided when to release it.
Launching Charlotte Church as a pop star should’ve been the most exciting chart event of 2005. So why did it seem like such hard work?
Stepping away from Nina Tucker for a moment, ‘Lost Without You’ was a brilliant slice of angsty teen pop music from Delta Goodrem.
‘Last One Standing’ marked the arrival of the next big pop phenomenon…if you could hear it over the sound of Simon Cowell’s ego.
‘Love At First Sight’ is a one-of-a-kind pop song; a moment in time from an artist at the height of her powers.
‘The One’ was never actually planned to be a single. That is, until Nick Carter made a call that changed the Backstreet Boys’ destiny.
‘Here and Now’ was very much the silver lining to an ominous cloud that was starting to gather over Steps.
Just when it looked like Emma Bunton couldn’t put a foot wrong with her second album, along came an unexpectedly divisive fourth single.
‘Ti Amo’ marked that most cherished rite of passage for Gina G: an obligatory diversion into Latin-tinged pop music.
Although ‘Love Ain’t Gonna Wait For You’ was to be S Club’s final single, at least they were considerate enough to warn us beforehand.
The lead single from Atomic Kitten’s second album might have been called ‘It’s OK!’, but they needn’t have been so modest.
With the UK consistently performing well at Eurovision (yes, really), the stage was set for Precious to become our latest success…