"Bardot" was a female pop group and winners of the original Australian series of ''Popstars'' in 2000. It remains the most successful winning act of all four Australian seasons, releasing two multi-platinum/gold selling albums, ''Bardot'' and ''Play It Like That'', as well as six consecutive hit singles in their three years together.
Bardot are also one of the only ''Popstars'' creations to achieve success outside its own country, charting in a number of international markets such as parts of Asia, New Zealand and the UK. The group parted ways in May 2002.
Bardot evolved from the Seven Network's, original Australian (and only second ever, following New Zealand) series of ''Popstars'', a television talent show which promised to create "Australia's very own Spice Girls". The shows design was simple: a panel of judges would tour the country in search of five talented girls who would form a pop group. In addition, the winning group would be sponsored by the Austereo radio network, New Idea Magazine and Warner Music records. In 1999, advertisements for the auditions attracted thousands of girls from across the country, hoping to fulfill their dream of one day breaking ...
|Background||group or band|
|Years active||2000 – 2002|
|Current members|| Tiffani Wood|