The Girls of FHM

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The Girls of FHM was a novelty pop act, manufactured by FHM magazine. They recorded and released a cover version of Rod Stewart's "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" on 21 June 2004, which undertook a dance remix. It hit number 10 in the UK Singles Chart on 3 July 2004.[1] Profits were donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.[2]

The video featured Naomi Campbell, Lisa Scott-Lee, Myleene Klass from Hear'Say , the girls from Liberty X, Liz McClarnon (formerly of Atomic Kitten) and Tina Barrett from S Club. Tina's former S Club colleague Hannah Spearritt, Jakki Degg, Jodie Marsh and Michelle Marsh joined them, along with Big Brother 's Nush, Lady Isabella Hervey and Sophie Anderton. Nikki Sanderson and Samia Ghadie from Coronation Street were included; FHM 's 'High Street Honeys' also put in an appearance.


It was set in a bar at a fashion show, and was considered by the music industry to be a spoof of the fashion world. The video was filmed in Edgware, North London, and was directed by Phil Griffin.

Lead and backing vocals were provided by session singer Sue Quin[3] also known for being the voice of Eyeopener (All Around The World records) she has sung on numerous dance records for AATW including tracks for Bus Stop, Flip and Fill and DJ Milano. The vocals were recorded at AATW studios in Blackburn


The song reached number #10[4] in the UK singles chart.

"I Touch Myself"[edit]

In 2007 a second video was released with the cover version of the song "I Touch Myself".


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 228. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  The 2017 winner is Jamie Schwantes
  2. ^ "Rod-hot Lisa!", Wales on Sunday, 27 June 2004 
  3. ^ Keaveny, Paul (2 July 2004), "Sue's feeling sexed up for charity", Newsquest Media Group Newspapers 
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