Judith Pronk (born December 8, 1973 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands) is a female singer/DJ who is currently a makeup artist.
Pronk began displaying her talents at the age of 6 when she took up ballet but by age 18 she became involved with the Dutch club scene, where she added vocalist and DJ duties to her resume.
It would be those talents that would pay off by 1998 when she would hook up DJ Jurgen and the team of Danski & Delmondo from the Vengaboys to transform the vision of Alice DeeJay into reality, resulting in the international club smash, "Better Off Alone". The eurotrance tune was a big hit across Europe, especially in England where it reached number 2 on the UK Pop charts. It would also be where she would achieve her most success, as four more tracks followed, all from the album Who Needs Guitars Anyway?: "Back In My Life" (#4), "Will I Ever" (#7), "The Lonely One" (#16) and "Celebrate Our Love" (#17).
She was also successful in the United States, where "Alone" reached number 3 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play, number 12 on the Rhythmic Top 40, and number 27 on the Hot 100 charts respectively in the spring of 2000. Although "Alone" and her album Who Needs Guitars Anyway did well stateside, it would relegate her to the rank of one-hit wonders, even though "Back In My Life"(her followup) also charted the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, peaking at #27 in the fall of 2000.
In 2002, the act made their final appearance together in a live concert in the city of Utrecht.
After the group went their separate ways, Pronk decided to move on to other ventures by putting her music career aside to become a makeup artist and beauty/fashion consultant.