Among S Club’s biggest single successes following the group folded in 2003, Rachel Stevens began performing and acting seeing that a kid and won a modeling competition in age group 15. After getting a degree on the London College of Style, Stevens designed to go into style PR, but documented some demos that eventually resulted in her being ensemble in previous Spice Women supervisor Simon Fuller’s pop group/Television show S Membership 7 in 1999. Once the group’s reign finished, Stevens wasted virtually no time obtaining her own profession off the bottom: her single debut one, “Lovely Dreams My L.A. Former mate,” found its way to late summertime 2003. The one, that was originally conceived as a reply to Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” was made by songwriter/previous pop superstar Cathy Dennis and creation group Bloodshy & Avant (who also done Britney Spears’ “Poisonous”) and heralded the discharge of Stevens’ full-length single debut, Funky Dory, that fall. The record was released in the us in early 2004. That season, Stevens got another big strike using the Richard X-produced “Some Women,” which rode a shuffling defeat similar to both basic glam rock and roll and dance music developments at that time. Arrive and OBTAIN IT, her second single album, found its way to the U.K. in early 2005 and premiered within the U.S. by the end of the entire year.