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The single peaked Top 5, as did follow-up single, "I Need Somebody", their most successful single since "Poison". In 2002, final single, "Love Will Find A Way" completed Bardot's string of consecutive Top 20 hits and the group embarked on its second national tour. The first single "Inside Outside" was released in October 2002 and was produced by Grammy Award winning music producer Rob Davis. On Monk released her debut album Calendar Girl which peaked at No. The album received mixed reviews from critics with Monk co-writing four of the album's tracks. In April 2017, Monk performed with country singer Kasey Chambers at Byron Bay Bluesfest.Monk performed the song at the 2002 The Footy Show Grand Finale to promote the single. 5 on the ARIA Singles Chart and went on to sell over 35,000 copies worldwide. Following the release of the album Monk released her third and final single, "One Breath Away", which peaked at No. In 2004, Monk made her acting debut in a bit role on the Nine Network made-for-television film The Mystery of Natalie Wood portraying the role of Marilyn Monroe.Sophie Charlene Akland Monk (born 14 December 1979) is an English-Australian singer, actress, model and media personality.Monk was a member of the girl group Bardot from 1999 to 2002 and released a solo album called Calendar Girl (2003).In September 2008, Dark Castle Entertainment announced Monk was cast in the slasher horror film The Hills Run Red.Filming began at the start of 2009 in Sofia, Bulgaria and premiered at UK Frightfest.In 2005, Monk relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in acting.Monk quickly landed her break-out role in the spoof comedy film Date Movie.
Monk was the winner of the fourth season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia in 2015, and in 2016 was a judge on Australia's Got Talent.Further singles "I Should've Never Let You Go" and "These Days" followed and in August, the group embarked on its first national tour.Bardot performed at the 2000 ARIA Awards at which they were nominated in three categories.The film was released straight-to-DVD in September 2009 to mixed reviews from critics with some praising Monk's performance.In September 2008, Monk announced she was developing her own reality television series titled Bigger Than Paris.