Crush was a pop British duo that originally consisted of singer\actresses Donna Air (born on August 2, 1979 in Newcastle-upon-Tyme, England) and Jayni Hoy.
They released their single. "Jellyhead" which peaked at #50 on the U.K. Singles chart. After the success of the song, U.S. record label Robbins Entertainment wanted to sign Crush to their label.
When the single was released in the U.S., it managed to peak at #72 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #43 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart.
By that time, Jayni had left Crush and was replaced by Luciana Caporaso (born on June 23, 1977 in London, England). Luciana had already released a solo album "One More River" in 1994.
For Crush's new album, new songs were re-recorded with Luciana while some of the songs from their "Teenage Kicks" album were remixed.
Donna focused on modeling and acting. In 2003, she gave birth to a daughter named Freya Air Aspinall with her ex-fiance, Damian Aspinall. She appeared on ITV's "Marco's Kitchen Burnout" and "Heston Blumenthal’s Gastronomic Adventure" testing out her cooking skills.
These days, Donna continues to be active in the entertainment business while Luciana continues to have an active solo career. It is unknown what Jayni is up to today.
To see Donna's official website, go to:
To follow Donna on Twitter, go to:
To see Luciana's official website, go to:
To follow Luciana on Twitter, go to:
To see Luciana's official Facebook page, go to:
To see Luciana's SoundCloud page, go to:
To see the promotional music video for "Jellyhead," go to:
To see the music video for "Jellyhead" featuring the Motiv8 Pumphouse remix version, go to:
To see the promotional music video for "Luv'd Up," go to:
To see a fan-made video for a remix version of "Love's Hold," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Love Your Sexy" (by Crush's first music group, Byker Grooove!), go to:
[updated on 07/31/13]