Carol Decker (born 10 September 1957) is an English recording artist. She is best known as the singer and front woman for the band, T'Pau, which enjoyed international success in the late 1980s. Her partner at the time, (Ronnie Rogers; born 13 March 1959, Shrewsbury), was also a member of the band and they co-wrote the majority of T'Pau's songs. Although Decker's music is mainly associated with the group, she also released a solo single in 1995 entitled "One Heart", in support of the Halifax World Cup Rugby League Centenary. Decker was born in Huyton, now in Merseyside and educated in Wellington, Shropshire, along with other members of the band. In addition to her musical achievements, Decker has also acted on both stage and screen, including a part in the movie, Nine Dead Gay Guys. TV appearances include Hit Me, Baby, One More Time (in which she reached the final round, ultimately being beaten by Shakin' Stevens). Decker also appeared in the British comedy series Trigger Happy TV in which she appeared in a "bull in a china shop" sketch (the joke being that she had previously had a hit with the song, "China in Your Hand"), and in another sketch where she accompanied Dom Joly as he pretended to be a door-to-door salesman.