From 2007 until 2011, she starred as the high-flying escort Belle de Jour in the TV series Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
The song "Walk of Life", the final single off this album, was released in December 2000 and reached Number 25 in the UK Singles Chart.
In February 2001, Piper appeared in court to testify against a woman named Juliet Peters.
She returned to the Singles Chart in May 2000 with her third number one single "Day & Night".
She waited until September to release "Something Deep Inside", which reached No. In October 2000, Piper released her second album, Walk of Life, which reached Number 14 in the UK Album Chart, but quickly fell off the charts and was certified Silver in the UK.
The single was followed by Piper's album Honey to the B (1998), which was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ) and platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).
(1995–1998), and at the age of 15, she signed a recording contract and released her debut single "Because We Want To", which debuted at number one in the UK and made her the youngest artist ever to debut at number one.
Peters was charged with, and eventually convicted of, stalking as well as making numerous threats against Piper and members of her family.
Peters received psychiatric treatment as part of her sentence.
At The South Bank Show Awards in January 2006, she was awarded The Times Breakthrough Award for her successful transition from singing to acting.
In March, the Television and Radio Industries Club named her as the best new TV talent at their annual awards ceremony.
According to her autobiography, Piper was reluctant about the court case, but was pushed by her parents and her label.