Lily Allen

Lily Rose Beatrice Cooper  (née Allen; born 2 May 1985), known professionally as Lily Allen,

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

is an English singer, songwriter, actress, and television presenter. She is the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen. Allen left school when she was 15 and concentrated on improving her performing and compositional skills. In 2005, she made some of her recordings public on Myspace and the publicity resulted in airplay on BBC Radio 1 and a contract with Regal Recordings.

Her first mainstream single, “Smile”, reached number one on the UK Singles Chart in July 2006.  Her debut record, Alright, Still, was well received, selling over 2.6 million copies worldwide and brought Allen a nomination at the Grammy Awards, Brit Awards and MTV Video Music Awards. She began hosting her own talk-show, Lily Allen and Friends, on BBC Three.

Her second studio album, It’s Not Me, It’s You, saw a genre shift, having more of an electropop feel, rather than the ska and reggae influences of the first one. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and the Australian ARIA Charts and was well received by critics, noting the singer’s musical evolution and maturity. It spawned the hit singles “The Fear” and “Fuck You”. This success saw her receive the Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist at the 2010 Brit Awards. Allen and Amy Winehouse were credited with starting a process that led to the “year of the women” media label in 2009 that saw five female artists making music of “experimentalism and fearlessness” nominated for the Mercury Prize.

In 2009, Allen announced that she would be taking a hiatus from musical activities. In 2011, she launched her own record label.  In 2013, Allen revealed that she had begun working on her third studio album, which was later titled Sheezus. On 12 November 2013, Allen premiered the video for her first original song since 2009, “Hard out Here”, which was released as a single five days later.

Allen was born in Hammersmith, west London, daughter of Keith Allen, a Welsh-born comedian, and film producer Alison Owen. She has an older sister, Sarah; a younger brother, actor Alfie (who was the subject of her song “Alfie”); and a younger sister, Rebecca. She is the goddaughter of Wild Colonials vocalist Angela McCluskey. She is the third-cousin of singer Sam Smith.

At age three Allen appeared on The Comic Strip Presents… episode “The Yob”,  which her father had co-written. When she was four, her father left the family.  During her early childhood, Allen lived with her family on a council estate.

They later settled in Islington. For a time, the family lived with comedian Harry Enfield while her mother dated him. The Clash singer and guitarist Joe Strummer was close to Allen.

She attended 13 schools, including Prince Charles’s junior alma mater, Hill House School, Millfield, Bedales School  and was expelled from several of them for drinking and smoking.  When Allen was 11, former University of Victoria music student Rachel Santesso overheard Allen singing “Wonderwall” by Oasis in the school’s playground; impressed, Santesso, who later became an award-winning soprano and composer, called Allen into her office the next day and started giving her lunchtime singing lessons. This led to Allen singing “Baby Mine” from Disney’s Dumbo at a school concert.

Allen told Loveline that the audience was “brought to tears at the sight of a troubled young girl doing something good”. At that point Allen said she knew that music was something she needed to do either as a lifelong vocation or to get it out of her system. She played piano to grade 5 standard and achieved Grade 8 in singing. She played violin, guitar and trumpet and was a member of a chamber choir. Her first solo was “In the Bleak Midwinter”.  She appeared as a lady-in-waiting in the 1998 film Elizabeth, which was co-produced by her mother. She dropped out of school at age fifteen, not wanting to “spend a third of her life preparing to work for the next third of her life, to set herself up with a pension for the next third of her life.”

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Littlest Things – 2006 – 21
  • Cheryl Tweedy – 2006 – 153
  • Absolutely Nothing – 2006 – 136
  • Alfie – 2007 – 15
  • Shame for You – 2007 –
  • Oh My God (Mark Ronson) – 2007 – 8
  • Drivin’ Me Wild (Common) – 2007 – 56
  • The Fear – 2008 – 1
  • Not Fair – 2009 – 5
  • Fuck You – 2009 – 104
  • 22! – 2009 – 14
  • Who’d Have Known – 2009 – 39
  • Beds Are Burning (Various Artists) – 2009
  • Everyone’s at It – 2009 – 117
  • Just Be Good to Green (Professor Green) – 2010 – 5
  • Back to the Start – 2010
  • 5 O’Clock (T-Pain featuring Wiz Khalifa) – 2011 – 6
  • Somewhere Only We Know – 2013 – 1
  • Hard out Here – 2013 – 9
  • True Love (Pink) – 2013 – 16
  • Dream a Little Dream (Robbie Williams) – 2013 – 144
  • Air Balloon – 2014 – 7
  • Our Time – 2014 – 43
  • URL Badman – 2014 – 93
  • As Long as I Got You – 2014
  • Sheezus – 2014 – 113
  • L8 CMMR – 2014

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Donna Allen

Donna Allen is an American dance-pop singer, born in Key West, Florida, and raised in Tampa. At one point a cheerleader for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, she got her start performing in the bands Hi-Octane, Trama and Maxx. During her tenure with MAXX she was courted by Alan Walden (Capricorn Records/Hustler Productions) before launching a solo career.  She also sang backup on tour for Gloria Estefan for nine years. Her first disc was the Lou Pace-produced 1986 album, Perfect Timing, and over the next few years she launched several hits on the US Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play chart. She had two Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart with “Serious” (1987, #8) and “Joy and Pain” (1989, #10). 1995’s “Real”, her last US chart hit, was taken from the soundtrack to the Sylvester Stallone film The Specialist. The UK dance act Strike used her chorus hook line from “Serious”, as the basis for their club hit, “U Sure Do” released in 1994. In 2009, “He is the Joy” appeared on the Precious soundtrack.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Serious – 1986 – 8
  • Satisfied – 1987 – 92
  • Sweet Somebody – 1987
  • Heaven on Earth – 1988
  • Can We Talk? – 1989
  • Joy and Pain – 1989 – 10
  • Real – 1995 – 34
  • Saturday (East 57th Street featuring Donna Allen) – 1997 – 29
  • He Is the Joy – 1999
  • He’s Got the Power – 2010

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All Seeing I

The All Seeing I were an English electronic music group from Sheffield, comprising Dean Honer, Jason Buckle and DJ Parrot (real name Richard Barratt). They released their first single “I Walk” in 1997, but it was not until the year after that they gained mainstream commercial success with the song “Beat Goes On”, a remixed cover of the Sonny Bono song, using the vocals from Buddy Rich’s version, which were sung by his daughter Cathy.

Their work was something of a Sheffield collective, and the trio worked with artists from the city including Tony Christie, Jarvis Cocker, Philip Oakey, Babybird and many others. Their regular live vocalist was Bozz, who later went on to form electronica duo Hiem.

All Seeing I were asked in November 1998 to produce a cover of “Beat Goes On” for Britney Spears’s debut album …Baby One More Time. They have also remixed a variety of artists, including Pulp.

Dean Honer also fronts the similarly styled group, I Monster.

Buckle went on to be a part-time member of Fat Truckers and formed Relaxed Muscle with Jarvis Cocker. He also has a brief cameo as one of the Weird Sisters rock band in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, along with Cocker, Pulp’s Steve Mackey, Steve Claydon of Add N to (X), and Phil Selway and Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead.

Barratt was part of the duo Sweet Exorcist with Richard H. Kirk (of Cabaret Voltaire fame).

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Beat Goes On – 1998 – 11
  • Walk Like A Panther feat. Tony Christie) – 1999 – 10
  • 1st Man in Space feat. Philip Oakey – 1999 – 28

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All Saints

All Saints are an English-Canadian girl group formed in London, England in 1993. It was founded as All Saints by members Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewis and Simone Rainford. The group struggled to find commercial success upon being signed to ZTT Records and were dropped by the label shortly after Rainford left the group. In 1996 the group were joined by sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton and signed to London Records under their shortened name.

The group’s debut album, All Saints (1997), peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and went on to become the third best-selling girl group album of all time in the UK. The album contained three UK number ones: “Never Ever”, “Under the Bridge”/”Lady Marmalade” and “Bootie Call”. “Never Ever” is the second best-selling girl group single of all-time in the UK, behind the Spice Girls’ “Wannabe”.  It also won two Brit Awards: Best British Single and Best British Video, and the group were nominated for Best British Breakthrough Act. Their second album, Saints & Sinners (2000), became their first number-one album and achieved multi-platinum success. It included the UK number one singles “Pure Shores” and “Black Coffee”. Amid in-fighting among the group members, All Saints split the following year. The group later reformed after signing to Parlophone Records to release their third album, Studio 1 (2006). However, the album bowed at number 40 in the UK and All Saints were dropped by Parlophone shortly afterwards. Following a second split in 2009, the group reunited in 2014 for a series of live performances, prompting the group to sign to London for a second time for the release of their fourth album, Red Flag (2016). As of January 2016, All Saints have sold 12 million records.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • I Know Where It’s At – 1997 – 4
  • Never Ever – 1997 – 1
  • Under the Bridge / Lady Marmalade – 1998 – 1
  • Bootie Call – 1998 – 1
  • War of Nerves – 1998 – 7
  • Pure Shores – 2000 – 1
  • Black Coffee – 2000 – 1
  • All Hooked Up – 2001 – 7
  • Rock Steady – 2006 – 3
  • One Strike – 2016 – 115
  • This Is A War – 2016
  • One Woman Man – 2016 – 192

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All-4-One is an American male R&B/pop group best known for their cover hit single


“I Swear” from their self-titled 1994 debut album. The group comprises Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy, Alfred Nevarez, and Tony Borowiak, all from the Antelope Valley and Mojave, California areas, but are based in the Los Angeles area. The group has sold 22 million records worldwide.

All-4-One’s hit “I Swear” (originally recorded by country music artist John Michael Montgomery a year prior) won a Grammy Award in 1995 for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and enjoyed an eleven-week run at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and a seven-week run at No. 2 in the UK Singles Chart. It has been named by ASCAP as one of the greatest love songs of the 20th Century.  It was also nominated for Song Of The Year, as was the single Top 5 smash hit “I Can Love You Like That” (also originally recorded by Montgomery). The group was popular before the No. 1 success of “I Swear,” as their previous single “So Much in Love” (originally a No. 1 US hit for The Tymes in 1963) had reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier in the year. Other hits include “She’s Got Skillz”, “These Arms”, “Beautiful as U”, “I Will Be Right Here” and “Someday” (the title single from the Disney animated feature The Hunchback of Notre Dame).

A rift between their independent label, Blitzz Records, and their major label, Atlantic Records, led to the group leaving Atlantic Records as well as Blitzz Records after the release of the album On and On in 1999. The shift in labels left the group in limbo for a few years as they contemplated their next move. In 2001, the follow-up album, A41, was released on AMC Records yielding, “Beautiful As U,” a Top 20 hit on the Radio & Records Adult Contemporary chart. The group’s 2004 album, Split Personality, was given an Asia-only release, and subsequently gave them Asian hits with “Someone Who Lives in Your Heart” and “I Just Wanna Be Your Everything.” For much of the 2000s All-4-One has spent their time touring Asia, in cities such as Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Seoul, Bangkok, Shanghai, Sydney and Perth Australia.

In 2009, All-4-One released No Regrets on the Peak Records/Concord Music Group label. The album was largely created in-house, with the group doing the writing for the album, and Jamie Jones production company, The Heavyweights, doing a lot of the production work.[1] The CD produced an Urban Adult Contemporary hit entitled “My Child”.

In June 2015, premiered the first single “Baby Love”, from All-4-One’s 20th Anniversary Album, Twenty+.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • So Much in Love – 1994 – 49
  • I Swear – 1994 – 2
  • Breathless – 1994
  • Something About You – 1994
  • (She’s Got) Skillz – 1994
  • I Can Love You Like That – 1995 – 33
  • I’m Your Man – 1995
  • These Arms – 1996
  • Someday – 1996
  • I Turn to You – 1997
  • I Will Be Right Here – 1999
  • Smile Like Mona Lisa – 1999
  • I Cross My Heart – 1999
  • Not Ready for Goodbye – 2002
  • Beautiful As U – 2002
  • Someone Who Lives In Your Heart – 2004
  • My Child – 2009
  • When I Needed an Angel – 2009
  • Baby Love – 2015
  • Now That We’re Together – 2016

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All Angels

All Angels are a British classical crossover group formed in 2006, consisting of Daisy Chute, Rachel Fabri, Melanie Nakhla and Charlotte Ritchie (who is also a well-known actress starring in shows such as Fresh Meat).  The group’s style is classical crossover music and close harmony arrangement, with a repertoire spanning classical, choral, opera and pop including Franz Schubert’s Ellens dritter Gesang, Agnus Dei (the choral arrangement of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings) and the Sancta Maria intermezzo from Pietro Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana, along with the Flower Duet from Léo Delibes’ Lakmé and the Barcarolle from Jacques Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann, plus pop songs such as Robbie Williams’ Angels, Fleetwood Mac’s Songbird, Coldplay’s The Scientist, True Colours, Goodnight my Angel (Billy Joel) Muses’ Starlight and Prince’s Nothing Compares 2 U. They have also performed the National Anthem at Twickenham and at the England vs. USA football match in Wembley Stadium in the summer of 2008.

They recorded their first three albums with Universal and have sold over 1 million albums to date. Their self-titled debut album, All Angels, was released in 2006, and their second album, Into Paradise, was released on 26 November 2007. A third album, Fly Away, was released in January 2010. Songs on this album include Norah Jones’s Come Away With Me, Send in the Clowns, Bob Dylan’s Blowin’ in the Wind, Eric Whitacre’s Sleep, and a duet with The Harlem Gospel Choir on I’ll Fly Away.

They undertook a UK tour supporting Katherine Jenkins in Summer 2009 and completed an arena tour later that year with Young Voices. They were invited to perform in Los Angeles as part of the Inspiration Awards raising money for a Breast Cancer charity which they have been affiliated with for the last four years.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Songbird – 2006
  • Angels – 2006 – 48
  • Nothing Compares 2 U – 2007

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All-American Rejects

The All-American Rejects is an American rock band formed in

All-American Rejects
All-American Rejects

Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999.  The band consists of bassist and lead vocalist Tyson Ritter, lead guitarist and backing vocalist Nick Wheeler, rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Mike Kennerty and drummer Chris Gaylor. Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler are the band’s songwriters; Ritter is the main lyricist and Wheeler is the primary composer.

The group achieved mainstream success with their debut self-titled studio album The All-American Rejects, released in 2003 on the Dreamworks Records label. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA and spawned the single “Swing, Swing”.  The band’s second studio album Move Along brought the group further mainstream success in 2005, producing the hit singles, “Dirty Little Secret”, “Move Along” and “It Ends Tonight”, all of which charted in the top fifteen on the Billboard Hot 100 chart,  while Move Along was certified double platinum by the RIAA.  Their third studio album When the World Comes Down was released in 2008 and was later certified gold by the RIAA.  Its lead single “Gives You Hell” became The All-American Rejects’ most successful song to date, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the top 5 in many other countries.  “Gives You Hell” was certified 4× multi-platinum for sales of over 4 million in the United States by the RIAA.  Kids in the Street, the band’s fourth studio album, was released March 26, 2012 and debuted at number 18 on the US Billboard 200 chart. On October 30, 2015, the group released a new single named “There’s a Place”.

The All-American Rejects have sold over 10 million albums worldwide.  They were ranked No. 73 on the “Hot 100 Artists of the 2000s” and No. 183 on the “Billboard 200 Artists of the Decade” list.

The band has continued to tour, and are currently working on an EP due out in 2017.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Swing, Swing – 2002 – 13
  • The Last Song – 2003 – 69
  • Time Stands Still – 2003
  • Dirty Little Secret – 2005 – 18
  • Move Along – 2006 – 42
  • It Ends Tonight – 2006 – 66
  • Gives You Hell – 2008 – 18
  • The Wind Blows – 2009
  • I Wanna – 2009 – 84
  • Beekeeper’s Daughter – 2012 – 132
  • Kids in the Street – 2012
  • Heartbeat Slowing Down – 2012
  • There’s a Place – 2015

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All About Eve

All About Eve were an English rock band. The initial creative core consisted of the Coventry-born Julianne Regan (vocals) and the Huddersfield-born Tim Bricheno ( guitar) and Andy Cousin (bass guitar) with other members changing over the years. Their biggest commercial success was “Martha’s Harbour” (1988), although the band’s tenure ran between 1984 and 2004, and included four UK Top 50 albums. The band have been recognised for their “unique, folk-rock-influenced take” on the gothic rock style and Regan has been described as “certainly one of the more talented singers” of the scene in the late 1980s.

Julianne Regan, a former journalist, played bass in an early line-up of the gothic rock group Gene Loves Jezebel  before leaving to form, with Manuela Zwingmann of Xmal Deutschland, The Swarm,  the precursor to All About Eve. The band’s name was taken from the 1950 film starring Bette Davis. The original line-up of All About Eve consisted of Regan, Zwingmann, Bricheno and bassist Gus Ferguson. The band released the independent single “D for Desire” in 1985, prior to Zwingmann and Ferguson leaving, the latter going on to enjoy success with Test Department Guitarist Tim Bricheno, suggested bassist Andy Cousin as a replacement for Ferguson, and so as a three-piece (plus a drum machine), they released “In the Clouds” (1986) and “Flowers in Our Hair” (1987) that were partially based on an ethereal gothic sound, sometimes compared to the music of the Cocteau Twins and Siouxsie and the Banshees.

After Regan sang backing vocals for The Mission’s God’s Own Medicine album,  the band received greater attention and were signed to Phonogram. Drummer Mark Price was added around this time.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • D for Desire – 1985
  • In the Clouds – 1986
  • Our Summer – 1987
  • Flowers in Our Hair – 1987
  • In the Clouds – 1987 – 47
  • Wild Hearted Woman – 1988 – 33
  • Every Angel – 1988 – 30
  • Martha’s Harbour – 1988 – 10
  • What Kind of Fool – 1988 – 29
  • Road to Your Soul – 1989 – 37
  • December – 1989 – 34
  • Scarlet – 1990 – 34
  • Farewell Mr. Sorrow – 1991 – 36
  • Strange Way – 1991 – 51
  • The Dreamer – 1991 – 41
  • Phased – 1992 – 38
  • Some Finer Day – 1992 – 57
  • Let Me Go Home – 2004 – 52
  • Keepsakes – 2006

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Alkaline Trio

Alkaline Trio is an American punk rock band from McHenry,

Alkaline Trio
Alkaline Trio

Illinois. The band consists of guitarist and vocalist Matt Skiba, bassist and vocalist Dan Andriano, and drummer Derek Grant. Founded in late 1996 by Skiba, bassist Rob Doran, and drummer Glenn Porter, Alkaline Trio released its debut single, “Sundials”, in 1997. Following its release, Doran departed from the band and was replaced by Dan Andriano. The band subsequently recorded an EP, For Your Lungs Only (1998), and its debut studio album, Goddamnit (1998). Following the release of the band’s second album, Maybe I’ll Catch Fire (2000), Porter left the band and was replaced by Mike Felumlee for its subsequent album, From Here to Infirmary (2001).


Backed by the singles “Stupid Kid” and “Private Eye”, From Here to Infirmary significantly increased the band’s exposure, and its follow-up, Good Mourning (2003), charted highly on the Billboard 200. Good Mourning marked the recording debut of current drummer Derek Grant. In 2005, the band released Crimson which expanded upon the band’s punk rock influences, with prominent overdubs and additional instrumentation, and continued with this direction on Agony & Irony (2008), which was released on V2 Records.

In 2010, the band released This Addiction on its own label Heart & Skull and Epitaph. Recorded in the band’s home town of Chicago, with early producer Matt Allison, the album was a conscious effort by the band to return to their punk rock roots; it became the highest charting album of their career, debuting on the Billboard 200 at No. 11. In 2011, the band celebrated its 15-year anniversary with the release of Damnesia, which featured new, acoustic-based recordings of songs from across the band’s career. The band’s eighth studio album, My Shame Is True, was released on April 2, 2013.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Sundials – 1997
  • Alkaline Trio / Blue Meanies – 2000
  • Stupid Kid – 2001 – 53
  • Private Eye – 2001 – 51
  • Hell Yes – 2001
  • Halloween – 2002
  • We’ve Had Enough – 2003 – 50
  • All on Black – 2003 – 60
  • Time to Waste – 2005 – 32
  • Mercy Me – 2005 – 30
  • Burn – 2006 – 34
  • Alkaline Trio / Smoking Popes – 2007
  • Help Me – 2008
  • Love Love, Kiss Kiss – 2008
  • Over and Out – 2008
  • This Addiction – 2010
  • The American Scream – 2010
  • I Wanna Be A Warhol – 2013

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Alizée Lyonnet (born Alizée Jacotey; 21 August 1984), known


professionally as Alizée is a French singer, dancer and voice actress. She was born and raised in Ajaccio, Corsica.

She was discovered by Mylène Farmer, following her winning performance in the talent show, Graines de Star,  in 1999. While collaborating with Mylène Farmer and Laurent Boutonnat, she followed it with a series of albums that attained immense popularity by pushing the boundaries of lyrical content in mainstream popular music and imagery in her music videos, which became a fixture on NRJ, Europe 1, MTV, Virgin Radio, and many others. Throughout her career, many of her songs have been in top 25 hit lists on the record charts, including “Moi… Lolita”, “L’Alizé”, “J’en ai marre!”, “Gourmandises”, “Mademoiselle Juliette”, her cover version of “La Isla Bonita”, “Parler Tout Bas”, “Les collines” and “À cause de l’automne”.

According to the IFPI and SNEP, Alizée is one of the best-selling female French artists of the 21st century,  and is also the singer with most exports out of France. Alizée entered the music business in 2000. She has since released six studio albums, the first two of which were composed by Laurent Boutonnat and written by Mylène Farmer. Her first album was Gourmandises, which received Platinum certification within three months of release. After its international launch in 2001, Gourmandises was a success both in France and abroad, earning Alizée the distinction of being the highest selling female French singer in 2001. The album featured her most successful single “Moi… Lolita” which reached number one in several countries in Europe and East Asia, in the UK the song was acclaimed by the New Musical Express who recognised it with a “Single of the Week” award. It became a rare example of a foreign-language song to chart highly in the UK, peaking at number 9.

Gourmandises was followed by a second studio album, Mes courants électriques, in 2003. Following its release, Alizée toured during the fall of 2003, performing in 43 concerts throughout France, Belgium and Switzerland.

Her fourth album titled Une enfant du siècle was released on 29 March 2010. In early 2011 she recorded a duet with Alain Chamfort for his new album Elle & lui.

Released in March 2013, Alizée’s fifth studio album, 5 had a continuous promotion including the two first songs “À cause de l’automne” and “Je veux bien”. Later she collaborated on Olly Murs’s single “Dear Darlin'”. Starting on 28 September, she participated in the TV show Danse avec les stars (French version of Dancing with the Stars), which she won on 23 November 2013.

Following the success of Danse avec les Stars, Alizée had her sixth album released, just one year after the latest album, in collaboration with Pascal Obispo. The album received mixed reviews and was not successful in sales.

Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Moi… Lolita – 2000 – 9
  • L’Alizé – 2000
  • Parler tout bas – 2001
  • Gourmandises – 2001
  • J’en ai marre! / I’m Fed Up! – 2003 – –
  • J’ai pas vingt ans / I’m Not Twenty – 2003
  • À contre-courant – 2003
  • Mademoiselle Juliette – 2007
  • Fifty-Sixty – 2008
  • La Isla Bonita – 2008

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Their British Hit Singles, years, and top positions are:

  • Alive feat. DD Klein – 2002 -49