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which was covered by Didi Benami, an American Idol contestant from Season 9, during Hollywood week.

In 2004, Dio Guardi co-wrote on six of the tracks off Kelly Clarkson's sophomore album Breakaway including Clarkson's hit "Walk Away".

She also worked with Christina Aguilera on her album Back to Basics in 2006, co-writing twelve of the thirteen tracks on disc one of the album, among them being "Ain't No Other Man", and "Back in the Day".

Dio Guardi co-owns Arthouse Entertainment, a publishing company that is a resource business for record companies and other music entities seeking compositions, productions, artists, and related music services.

Arthouse has been a part of many chart-topping hits including B. B’s “Nothin’ On You,” Bruno Mars’ “Just The Way You Are” and “Grenade,” Cee-Lo Green’s “Forget You,” Flo Rida’s “Club Can’t Handle Me,” Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack," Jason Derulo's "Want to want me" and "Trumpets," Eminem's "Monster," and Zedd's "Beautiful Now," among others.

In July 2006, Dio Guardi was a judge in an Idol-like TV show called The One: Making a Music Star.

The show debuted on ABC with the second-lowest rating ever for a premiere on a major American network and was abruptly canceled after just two weeks.

Dio Guardi wrote and produced "Ooh Ooh Baby" and co-produced "Heaven on Earth" on Spears' album Blackout.

Dio Guardi also contributed a majority of songs on Hilary Duff's fourth studio album, Dignity.

In the same year, she collaborated with Jesse Mc Cartney on his album Right Where You Want Me, co-writing four songs called "Anybody", "Invincible", "Running Away" and "Feels Like Sunday".

In 2007, Dio Guardi worked with many notable artists, one of whom was Britney Spears.

She wrote with Ashlee Simpson for her first and second albums, in 20.