When Solid HarmoniE split, Goodman returned to the UK and was invited to join the Honeyz alongside Celena Cherry and Naima Belkhiati. Former member Heavenli Abdi had left the Honeyz after two singles. The album Wonder No. 8 went gold and spawned five top ten singles: "Won't Take It Lying Down", "Never Let You Down", "Love of a Lifetime", "End of the Line" and "Finally Found". At the Maxim Awards in 2000, they won the prize for Best British Girl Band and were also nominationed in that year's BRIT and MOBO Awards. Heavenli Abdi returned to the Honeyz when Goodman left and they released two more singles which charted at number 24 and 28. The band then split. Goodman moved to the United States for two years and when she returned to the UK she began her training in midwifery. She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and is working as a midwife. She also has a daughter.
Despite Celena Cherry insisting in 2009 that there was "zero" chance of Honeyz getting back together, it was confirmed in October 2012 that Honeyz would be reuniting for The Big Reunion documentary on ITV2 in January 2013. Although Belkhiati was in the original lineup, she decided not to take part in the reformation, so Goodman took her place. The series began airing on 31 January 2013 and followed the group rehearsing for two weeks ahead of one major comeback performance at the London Hammersmith Apollo on 26 February 2013. The bands also went on an arena tour.