Belinda Chapple

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Belinda Barbara Chapple (born 15 January 1975) is an Australian singer and former member of female pop group Bardot.

Since Bardot's split, Belinda has been developing two live acts; a more traditional jazz show with Darren Mapes, and her preferred dance and pop performance with choreographer and dancer Michael Boyd. She has released two solo singles; the Olympic Games ballad "Where It All Began" in August 2004 and in April 2005 returned with "Move Together", a dance-pop collaboration with UK mix master Solitaire. "Move Together" peaked at No.26 on ARIA singles chart.[1]

Discography[edit]

For a listing of her releases with Bardot: Bardot (band)#Discography

Singles

  • 2004: "Where it All Began"
  • 2005: "Move Together"

References[edit]

  1. ^ acharts Belinda Chappel - Move Together

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