Kimberly Wyatt is a Grammy nominated artist, selling 150 million singles worldwide as a part of one of the best selling girl bands of all time The Pussycat Dolls. In addition to The Pussycat Dolls she has achieved chart success as a solo artist with her single Candy, as well as being the lead singer and songwriter of Her Majesty & the Wolves, which saw her perform around the UK at T in the Park, Wireless, Oxygen and The Clothes Show Live. In 2010 Kimberly decided to move away from her successful pop career to focus on her original passion for dance. Wyatt’s passion for dance began at the age of seven, earning a scholarship at the prestigious Joffery Ballet in New York by the age of 14. This saw Kimberly join Sky One for five successful seasons of Got to Dance, whilst also judging Live to Dance on NBC in the US and 2 seasons of Taking the Next Step on the CBBC. Kimberly’s passion for dance has seen her publishing a series of three books, known as World Elite Dance Academy. Kimberly was able to combine her passion for singing and dancing by performing in musicals in the West End in London, with a guest performance in Rock of Ages. She also appeared in Bruce Forsyth’s Hall of Fame on BBC 1.