Grammy nominated artist Kimberly Wyatt has sold over 55 million records 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, the talented teen earned scholarships to the world-renowned Joffrey Ballet and Broadway Dance Center, both based in New York.
In 2001, Kimberly moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in dancing, and it paid off. 2003 saw 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 award winning 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 ‘Stick Wit U’, both of which reached Number one in the UK charts. Their success continued until the group came to an end in 2010.
Kimberly then appeared on scores of high profile TV shows including ‘Live to dance’ for NBC in the USA and notably as lead Judge on SKY 1’s ‘Got To Dance’ and 2 series as lead judge most recently on CBBC’s, ‘Taking the Next Step’, in the UK.
In 2014 Kimberly became a mother to daughter Willow. Further success was soon to follow when she was crowned 2015’s winner of BBC1’s hugely popular primetime show, Celebrity Masterchef.
Kimberly is a Wellness and Fitness ambassador for government backed charity, The Youth Sport Trust. Finding ways to use dance as an option for Fitness and tool for emotional wellness.
Now a regular guest on BBC 5 Live Radio she shares her love of music, dance, wellness, and fitness. She has also enjoyed filming shows such as Murder in Successville, Lemon La Vida Loca, Work Experience, Keith and Paddy Picture Show, and Bruce Forsythe Variety Show as Cyd Charisse.
Kimberly’s current projects include a dance class, ‘Bring Your Heels,’ BYH Fitness, DJ’ing at events and festivals around the country, and her 3 book series, World Elite Dance Academy, is available on Amazon and at WHSmith.