Mari Wilson (born Mari MacMillan Ramsey Wilson, 29 September 1957, in London), is an English singer, best known for her sometimes quirky, early 1960s influenced pop music songs, and her (former) trademark beehive hairdo. She enjoyed six chart hits in the UK in the early 1980s, performed with jazz bands, and sang the theme-song to the TV sitcom Coupling, "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps". She has also performed in musicals, and has been a feature on a BBC TV series about celebrities and their health (she has Type 1 Diabetes). Her band was colloquially known as The Wilsations and her backing singers were called The Marionettes. Occasional featured artists were Michelle Collins (Cindy from EastEnders) and bassist 'Thumbs' Cunningham. In a June 2007 newsletter by Mari on her website, she revealed that her classic 1983 album 'Showpeople' would be reissued in the UK for the first time on CD in September 2007. She also mentioned that she might be going on a UK tour to support the release - playing some of her earliest songs for her fans. Mari is a long time resident of Crouch End in North London.