Jay Aston Interview Bucks Fizz

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Jay Aston is an English singer and occasional songwriter. She was a member of the British pop group Bucks Fizz, from 1981–1985.

She was the youngest member of the group’s original line-up, being just 19 when they won the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest.

Aston herself trained as a dancer, singer and actress at the Italia Conti School of Speech and Drama and performed on stage many times in her teens mainly as a dancer.

She was diagnosed with mouth cancer in June, 2018. Since then, she has had surgery, and the outlook is said to be “positive”.

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In May 2013, Aston appeared on the second series of UK singing talent show The Voice, singing Muse’s “Time is Running Out” but was not chosen by any of the judges.

In December 2015 Aston appeared as The Fairy Godmother in the Dorking Halls pantomime Cinderella.

While Aston was a member, the group had 12 of their 13 UK top 40 hit singles, including three number one hits.

This interview appeared in the Sunday Mirror on the 19th October 2018:

Since 2009, she has performed alongside fellow original Bucks Fizz members Cheryl Baker and Mike Nolan. The group used to perform under the name The Original Bucks Fizz but are now known as The Fizz.

Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 10th October 2018.