'Voice of an angel' Charlotte Church came to fame after bleating 'Pie Jesu' down the phone at Richard and Judy on This Morning when she was 11.
By the age of 16, she had released four albums, sung for President Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II and Pope John Paul II, published an autobiography and was preparing her 'Best of' compilation.
Later that year she discovered Benson & Hedges and WKD Blue and that's where things got a bit more exciting.
Charlotte's first pop album 'Tissues and Issues' was almost really good and included the very good singles 'Crazy Chick' and 'Call My Name'.
Charlotte's career since then has all been a little 'extra curricular' including hosting chat show The Charlotte Church Show, judging on Over The Rainbow and calling Girls Aloud "five dogs without balls".