In 1980 Debbie Jenner, a dancer from the UK, fronts the dutch group Doris D & The Pins. In 1982 after a lawsuit about money they split up and Doris D finds some new Pins, while the old Pins continue as Risqué. In 1985 both Risqué and Doris D & The Pins split up. In the short time they released 4 albums on Polydor:
The girls are back in town (1982)
Burn it up (1983)
Go for it! (1984)
Risqué (1984) Their biggest hits are The girls are back in town (1982) and Burn it up (Mr. D.J.) (1983).