‘90s favorite recounts the wild ride that led to pop stardom, and meeting the Pope.
In 1998 you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing Jennifer Paige’s hit single “Crush.” It’s playful chorus of “It’s just a little crush / not like I faint every time we touch,” was one of the decade’s most infectious earworms, sticking in your head for days at a time.
Paige continued to see success overseas after “Crush,” but a series of setbacks, including losing both of her parents within two weeks of each other, her parents’ home being destroyed in the Nashville floods and being diagnosed with Melanoma, temporarily derailed many of her plans.
Now fully back in action, Paige recently released a fan-funded album titled Starflower.
Myspace caught up with Paige to find out more about her journey that started with “Crush,” and continues today. Hop to the next page to read the full interview.