Helen Terry (born 25 May 1956) is a British singer, known for her backing vocal work with Culture Club. As a solo performer, she scored a Top 40 hit single in 1984 with "Love Lies Lost", and released one album in 1986, Blue Notes.
She then pursued a career... in film and television production, most prominently behind the scenes as a producer and executive producer for the TV broadcast of the BRIT Awards since 2001.
Terry was asked to perform on Culture Club's debut album, Kissing to Be Clever, after lead singer Boy George met her at a London club. Her soulful vocals became a key element of the Culture Club sound on the group's debut album and its follow-up, Colour By Numbers. She is featured in several of the band's videos, including "Time (Clock of the Heart)", "Church of the Poison Mind" and "Victims", and often appeared on television with them.
- Helen Terry collaborated with Ray Parker Jr. on One Sunny Day: Dueling Bikes from Quicksilver.