With bright red hair, sugar sweet harmonies and eye-wateringly tight cat suits, Cathy Dennis pouted her way to a number of glossy pop hits in the early 1990s before becoming one of the industry's most successful, and prolific, songwriters in the 2000s. Encouraged by her musician father, Dennis signed with Simon Fuller's 19 Management company at just 17 and lent her vocals to dance producer D-Mob's hit C'Mon And Get My Love in 1989. Debut album Move To This (1990) reached Number 3 in the UK, producing the singles Touch Me (All Night Long) and Too Many Walls, which both became big dance hits in America. Second album Into The Skyline (1992) reached Number 8 and Dennis made a cameo appearance in TV show Beverly Hills 90210 - and featured on the P.M. Dawn hit Looking Through Patient Eyes - before making the Brit-pop influenced third album Am I The Kinda Girl? (1996). Her attention turned to writing for other artists when she penned S Club 7's UK Number 1 Never Had A Dream Come True, following it with Kylie Minogue's huge hit Can't Get You Out Of My Head, Britney Spears' Grammy Award-winning Toxic and Katy Parry's I Kissed A Girl. Dennis is now recognised as one of pop's finest writers having worked with Sugababes, Sophie Ellis-Bexter, Pink and Janet Jackson.