Dance diva Mary Pearce had previously worked with the likes of Lionel Richie and Chaka Khan, but was hardly a household name when she recorded the hook for this song. Harris pleaded poverty as the explanation why he hooked up with a unfamiliar singer for this song. The Scottish producer explained to Pop Justice
: "I wanted someone I could bung £250 to and never hear from again. Royalties are few and far between these days – I just got my iTunes statement through and to be honest with you it doesn't even cover a packet of Fruit Pastilles. I'm on my arse, mate."