|Height:||165 cm (5' 5'')|
|Birth Day:||April 20, 1971|
|Height:||165 cm (5' 5'')|
|Weight:||in kg - N/A|
Cousins' first big break was in the music industry, appearing on German DJ/producer team Sash!'s single "Mysterious Times" in 1998. Before "Mysterious Times", Cousins had released "Killin' Time" and "Angel" in March and June 1997, respectively.
Following the success of "Mysterious Times", she had two further UK Top 20 hits with the follow-up "Pray", released in November 1998, which also achieved success in the U.S., and the 1999 re-release of "Killin' Time". Follow-up singles "Forever" and the reissued "Angel" reached the UK Top 50 (though a published recount of the singles chart showed that "Forever" actually reached #38 rather than the previously published #45). Cousins turned her attention to Australia where the song, "Forever" achieved gold sales. "Pray" was also a success in Australia, reaching the Top 10 and becoming her second gold single in the ARIA Charts where it remained for more than four months.
Cousins joined Billie Piper, Cleopatra, B*Witched and Steps on the track "Thank ABBA for the Music", a medley of ABBA hits that they performed as a tribute at the Brit Awards. The single was released and reached the Top 10 in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Australia and New Zealand. In 2000, she again collaborated with Sash!, on the UK Top 10 hit "Just Around the Hill".
In 2005, Cousins released her first single in five years with "Wonderful Life", a cover of the Black song, which had originally been released in Australia. In 2007, "Wonderful Life" was adopted by Hoyts as their primary pre-feature theme music. "Wonderful Life" reached No. 15 in Australia and spent four months in the Top 50, becoming her biggest radio hit.
Cousins made a guest appearance on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, a UK television comedy panel show, which was broadcast on 2 November 2006, in the game's Identity Parade.
During late 2006, dance format radio station WMPH became the first UK station to put any of Cousins's singles in regular rotation. In 2007, she co-wrote and performed vocals on two songs on the Main Line album by Dutch group 4 Strings. The track "Curious" became a Top 30 Hot Dance Airplay hit.
On 7 March 2009, Cousins announced on her website that a new track had been recorded along with a film clip for a new single called "Can't Hold Back". This song is with Bellatrax and was released in the U.S. and the UK on Michael Gray's Eye Industries label in late summer 2009. In April 2009, Cousins announced that she had recorded a cover version of "Sex on Fire", originally by the Kings of Leon. The track was produced by Topham & Twigg and was released on iTunes UK on 2 September. She signed a worldwide deal with Sony Music International in September 2010, and "Sex on Fire" was released worldwide in autumn 2010.
The video for "Sex on Fire" was leaked to YouTube in October 2010. The video is most notable for its explicit scenes. The pop music blog, Popjustice, described it as "another exercise in awful and amazing".
From 2010 Tina also released new music with the singles "Everlong", " Love Comes Back", "Diamonds" and "When Tomorrow Comes".
In 2014 she also recorded and released a new track "Screams" with Kalsi and Applejack. In 2015 she also recorded a new track "Bullet in the Gun"—remake of Planet Perfecto's late-1990s dance hit—with Probaker and Kalsi.
In November 2016, she toured Australia with the Vengaboys, Sonique, Whigfield and Joanne Accom.
Currently, Tina Cousins is 50 years, 7 months and 13 days old. Tina Cousins will celebrate 51st birthday on a Wednesday 20th of April 2022. Below we countdown to Tina Cousins upcoming birthday.