English pop singer best known for her two duets with Elton John: "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" and "True Love."
She began her entertainment career as a background singer and local performer.
She earned an Olivier Award nomination in 1989 for her starring role in the London stage production of Blood Brothers.
When she was twenty-eight, she lived in California with Elton John's guitarist, Davey Johnstone. Her birth name is Pauline Matthews.
She provided vocals for the 1990 album Freudiana by The Alan Parsons Project.