Grammy nominated artist Kimberly Wyatt has sold 15 million albums and 40 million singles sales worldwide. She has reached pop success all over the world touring with one of the biggest selling girl groups of all time, the Pussycat Dolls.

Kimberly began dancing at the age of seven. At 14, earning scholarships to the world-renowned Joffrey Ballet and Broadway Dance Center, New York. By 2003, Kimberly bust her moves in the Black Eyed Peas video Shut Up, and she was soon spotted by Robin Antin, the founder of the Pussycat Dolls. The rest, as they say, is history…

The Grammy-nominated girl group sizzled onto the pop scene in 2005 with their debut album, PCD, and had a string of hits, including Don’t Cha and Stickwitu, both of which reached number one in the UK charts. Their success continued with the 2008 release of sophomore album, Doll Domination, which featured the fiendishly catchy When I Grow Up. 2020 saw Kimberly, go straight from having her third child to performing a high energy, intense and height defying live performance on ITV’s X-Factor to launch the reunion of The Pussycat Dolls and their new single React.  The reunion was due to be accompanied by a world tour across 2020.

In 2010 Kimberly joined, as one of the original Judges alongside Adam Garcia and Ashley Banjo, on the hit Sky1 UK show Got to Dance. The series ran for 5 seasons gaining average viewing figures of 4-5 million. Kimberly’s creativity extends beyond dance and was further demonstrated in 2015, where she competed and was crowned Champion on the BBC’s Celebrity Masterchef.

2018 saw Kimberly Wyatt cast as a series regular on BBC/Netflix show Almost Never in the role of Sasha Small, a role she went on to reprise the role for a second season in 2019. Other screen credits include feature films; Ria (Amaric Productions), Fallen Dream (Flybrid Film Productions), Be Cool (MGM).

2022 saw Kimberly compete on ITV’s Dancing On Ice where she made her way to the finals, dazzling audiences with her routines across the series.