Donna started off her singing career with a show band legend "Doc Carroll" who had a number one hit world wide with the song "Old Man Trouble".
She then went on to win a national song competition called "Teen Popstars" where she won the chance to record an album which she released nationwide at the age of 17.
At 20, herself and her younger brother Joseph captured the heart of the nation when the won Rte's talent show "You're a Star" by 1.2 million votes which led the to the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev, in 2005. Since then they have become a household name in Ireland, grabbing two top ten singles in the Irish charts and also supporting popular boyband Westlife on their full Irish tour in 2006. They have appeared on reality show "Failte Towers" where they supported their charity aware and raised thousands for their cause. Other appearances include- The Late Late Show on three occasions, Ryan Tubridy, The Afternoon Show, The Cafe, Den 2 Tv, a six week appearance on "Ireland's Top Songs" on TV3 and also appearing on the popular late night show "Podge and Rodge" where they also got the opportunity to present alongside the famous puppets.
Donna has since then gone solo and is singing in Britain and Ireland and is now working on a new single with renowned music producer Billy Farrell, who has worked with successful band The Corrs and Brian Kennedy to name but a few.