Jenny Frost

Biography: Jenny loved music from an early age. Her earliest concert experience was when her dad took her to a Level 42 concert at the age of nine. Sports and dancing were Jenny's favourite activities, however modelling was her dream. After high school she started to work for the BBC doing the Holiday Programme and travelling around the world.

Jenny started her musical career in 1998 in the girl-band Precious, which became famous by winning the right to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1999, with the song "Say It Again". In a strange reversal of what has frequently happened to British entries, this success propelled Jenny and the band to a big hit in the UK charts, while they flopped at the contest itself, finishing only twelfth. Subsequent releases by Precious enjoyed only modest success and Jenny moved on by replacing Kerry Katona in Atomic Kitten in 2001, just in time to bask in the reflected glory of the band's first UK No 1 single, "Whole Again". After the
Jenny loved music from an early age. Her earliest concert experience was when her dad took her to a Level 42 concert at the age of nine. Sports and dancing were Jenny's favourite activities, however modelling was her dream. After high school she started to work for the BBC doing the Holiday Programme and travelling around the world.

Jenny started her musical career in 1998 in the girl-band Precious, which became famous by winning the right to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1999, with the song "Say It Again". In a strange reversal of what has frequently happened to British entries, this success propelled Jenny and the band to a big hit in the UK charts, while they flopped at the contest itself, finishing only twelfth. Subsequent releases by Precious enjoyed only modest success and Jenny moved on by replacing Kerry Katona in Atomic Kitten in 2001, just in time to bask in the reflected glory of the band's first UK No 1 single, "Whole Again".

After the split of Atomic Kitten, Jenny has embarked on a solo career and released her first single Crash Landing on October 10, 2005, which failed to reach the Top 40.
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