Paulina grew up travelling because of her mother, famous actress Susana Dosamantes. By the time she was 7 years old, she knew she wanted to be a singer. She studied dancing/singing at El Centro de Capacitacion de Televisa. Later, she was a member of teen pop sensation, Timbiriche, along with Thalía. Timbiriche made them both famous. Paulina left Timbiriche in 1991, after being a part of it for 10 years. She wanted to make her own music. Paulina's first album, "La Chica Dorada", was very successful. It included no. 1 singles, "Mio" and "Amor De Mujer". The second album, "24 Kilates", was certified gold and it had hits like "Nieva, Nieva" and "Asunto De Doas". Other albums included "El Tiempo Es Oro" (1995) and "Planeta Paulina" (1996). She also had little parts in telenovelas. She hosted the Spanish show, Vive el verano (1999), where she sang and acted. Her next album, "Paulina", sold more than 3 million copies and it was Billboard Latin Chart's Album of 2001. After "Paulina" came "I'm So In Love - Grandes Exitos" where she sang in English. Paulina's last album, "Border Girl", is her first English album. It includes her debut English single, "Don't Say Goodbye".