While ‘Born To Make You Happy’ was Britney Spears’ fourth single in Europe, America got ‘From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart’ instead.
Although it was one of her least successful UK singles, ‘Gimme Some Love’ earned Gina G a second top 50 hit in America.
‘Me Against The Music’ was a well-timed collaboration between Britney Spears and Madonna, emerging from the fallout of their VMAs kiss.
‘Kiss The Rain’ started as a misheard lyric before being developed into one of the most gut-wrenching break-up songs of the ’90s.
It was smooth sailing for B*Witched when they claimed a second consecutive #1 single with ‘Rollercoaster’.
BBMak had already conquered America by the time they released their second single. Now, they just needed to land another hit in the UK.
‘Swear It Again’ was the start of a new era for pop music and there was no stopping Westlife as they showcased a tried-and-tested formula.
International success felt like a case of when, not if, for Five. And it came remarkably quickly with the release of ‘When The Lights Go Out’.
‘Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)’ is – for better or for worse – the perfect summation of Christina Aguilera as a pop artist.
‘Oops!…I Did It Again’ launched Britney Spears’ second album. And it turned out to be one of the most meta-pop moments of all-time.
Love To Infinity transformed Faith Hill’s ‘The Way You Love Me’ from a pleasant country mid-tempo into a dancefloor anthem.
‘Ooh Aah…Just A Little Bit’ remains an iconic moment in Eurovision history, even if the contest was one of the less successful aspects of the song’s legacy.