Romeo and Christina Milian were an unlikely pairing for his second single, but ‘It’s All Gravy’ is as likeable as it is immensely catchy.
‘You Won’t Forget Me’ was as much a statement of intent for Dannii Minogue as it was an attempt to turn a dance track into a chart hit.
‘So Yesterday’ helped Hilary Duff lay the foundation upon which a new generation of pop stars stampeded into the charts.
B*Witched’s chart-topping form was bound to end at some point, but few would have predicted just how quickly things would start to unravel…
‘No Matter What I Do’ wasn’t quite the successful second single Will Mellor needed, but it was very good, nonetheless.
‘Never Let You Down’ was smartly pitched as continuing the Honeyz sound but with the subtext of being a soft relaunch.
‘Automatic’ only missed the top 10 by a whisker, but that was enough to derail Sarah Whatmore’s promising pop career.
‘Angel Of Mine’ was a perfect single to accompany Eternal’s greatest hits, but it had already been promised to another artist…
‘If That’s OK With You’ was a triumphant comeback for Shayne Ward, even if it did divide opinion somewhat.
‘Obvious’ mastered the Westlife formula but found itself overshadowed when Brian McFadden quit the group weeks after the single was released.
It was smooth sailing for B*Witched when they claimed a second consecutive #1 single with ‘Rollercoaster’.
‘Back Here’ wasn’t a hit when it was originally released in the UK, but that didn’t stop BBMak casually conquering America in the meantime.