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Music Video: Crush

Artisit: Mandy Moore

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:50

  • Copyright: Mandy Moore

Music Video For Crush By Artist Mandy Moore

Reviews For Crush By Artist Mandy Moore

  • Brunette43

    By Horses of courses
    I absolutely positively love this song!!!!! Mandy Moore is such an amazing artist.
  • Great

    By pliga
    Gesh if u don't have anything good to say keep it to ur self!!! Haterz these dAys!!!! But anyways he's great love her voice!!! She needs to make new music now!!!! She NEEDS TO COME BACK!!!!!
  • good video

    By britneyspearsfan93
    i like the song better than the video cause the video is sorta cheesy but other than that, its good
  • A good song to play to your crush

    This video is relaxing in a way. This song is a good way to tell your crush how much you care about them. It's also a good way to show how much you love them on Valentines day. But I recommend you review the video first if you decide to buy it. Otherwise it's a good song and interesting video.
  • love it!!!!!

    By Maddie Moo Moo33
    love it!!!!
  • It's okay...

    By SugarBear424
    She doesn't have a terrible voice, i mean i've heard worse, but it isn't really amazing. still it didn't sound too bad and i couldn't choose between 2 or 3 stars so i went with 3. it's nothing personal because i love mandy's acting but she doesn't have a gift you know? she has some better songs and vidoes though. i'll give her that.
  • Incredible

    By outlineg6
    Mandy is so good. I love this song so much. I'm a big fan and will be forever. I think she blows Britney Spears away.

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