Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter.
Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.
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Kicking off New York Fashion Week last night (Feb. 9), The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection featured a notable handful of musicians on the red carpet and runway, including Eve, Patti LaBelle and Natasha Bedingfield, who all walked in the event.
Before the red carpet, Eve casually chatted with reporters backstage, wearing sunglasses and a light tank top, seemingly forgetting the 20 degree weather outside the tents.
Patti LaBelle, when asked what her favorite love song is in celebration of Valentine’s Day, excitedly responded, “Aretha! ‘Oh Me Oh My’ by Aretha Franklin!” Natasha Bedingfeld, when asked the same question jokingly exclaimed “my song!” and continued backstage.
Throughout the show, celebrities walked to a slew of pop hits, such as Far*East Movement’s “Rocketeer,” Florence and the Machine’s “Dog Days Are Over,” Robyn’s “Indestructable” and Rihanna’s “Only Girl (In the World).”
Natasha Bedingfield re-emerged to the runway after her fist-pumping walk to perform her latest single, “Strip Me,” encouraging the audience to engage in hand-swaying. Even actor Matthew McConaughey uninspiredly waved his arms.
The show ended triumphantly, with a soundtrack of Katy Perry’s “Firework” setting off a matching visual projection at the start of the runway, while the entire cast of the show walked the runway. Patti LaBelle, who by far had received the warmest reception during her animated walk, high-fived the other Red Dress ladies in an outfit resembling a choir robe.
Natasha Bedingfield To Perform At CIROC & Godiva Infused Vodka Pre-Grammy Soiree
International chart-topping singer Natasha Bedingfield will be performing at CIROC Vodka & Step Up Women’s Network Women of Music Celebration on Friday night, which will be hosted by former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger.
The pre-Grammy bash, which is being held at the The Colony nightclub, is expected to draw the likes of Jason Derulo, Carmen Electra, Serena Williams and Stephanie Pratt.
Natasha Bedingfield Will Perform at the Fall Boy Meets Girl Show
One of the highlights on our fashion week calendar is Boy Meets Girl’s fashion show. Not only is it a fun event to attend every year, but this time around designers Stacy Igel they have something really special in store—Natasha Bedingfeld! Yes, the Grammy nominated songstress will be performing live during the Boy Meets Girl show on February 15.
To prep for her performance, Natasha was snapped at the brand’s showroom picking out pieces to wear. Some of her choices included a logo-printed tank dress, a two-tone gray sweater and a khaki utility dress. Which one will she end up wearing? You’ll just have to wait and see!
Boy Meets Girl will be streaming their show live on BoyMeetsGirlUSA.com. You can also win a chance to get two seats at the show and see Natasha perform live! Just follow @boymeetsgirlusa on twitter and email firstname.lastname@example.org your twitter name. Contest ends on Friday Feb 11th. Hope to see you there!
Mardi Gras 2011: Natasha Bedingfield, Tito Jackson, local stars headline Family Gras
British pop star Natasha Bedingfield, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tito Jackson and country star Darryl Worley will highlight the three-day Family Gras festival that returns to Jefferson Parish after a one-year absence because of the Super Bowl run of the New Orleans Saints.
“”We have a very eclectic group of acts we’ve been able to attract . . . but make no mistake, the main purpose (of Family Gras) is to highlight the real purpose of Mardi Gras – the parades,” said Jefferson Parish President John Young.
The announcement was made at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
Family Gras 2011 is scheduled for Feb. 25-27 in the median of Veterans Memorial Boulevard between Lakeside Shopping Center and Whole Foods Market.
Two stages are erected for the musical acts, but Family Gras also will feature dozens of arts and crafts in the Whole Foods parking lot and 14 food an drink vendors. New to this year’s festival, which started in 2007, is a Jester’s Kids tent and an Interview tent where fans can meet and talk with their favorite musicians.
Family Gras is an important economic event for the parish, with more than 80,000 people attending the 2009 festival, resulting in a $6.3 million economic impact, according to a study by the University of New Orleans, officials have said.
Additionally, there was an 83 percent occupancy rate for the parish’s 7,200 hotel rooms during the 2009 festival weekend.
In addition to the two stages and more than 20 bands and musical acts for this year’s festival, there also will be dozens of arts and crafts vendors located in the Whole Foods parking lot and 14 food and drink vendors.
Family Gras, which began in 2007, promotes Carnival in Jefferson Parish and offers concerts by national and local artists that are free to the public. This year, for the first time, a $99 pass will be available for people who want VIP backstage access and premium viewing access for all three days. Tickets will be available through Tickmaster beginning Tuesday.
Natasha Bedingfield Goes Where No British Woman Has Gone Before: Wake-Up Video
The United Kingdom seems especially adept at producing musical siblings, doesn’t it? There have been the Ronsons (DJ Samantha and producer/band frontman Mark) and the McCartneys (Beatle Paul and the Scaffold co-founder Mike, who was known professionally as Mike McGear) as well as the Bedingfields (electronic artist Daniel and singer/songwriter Natasha). But of all those names, only the latter once held the record for highest Billboard album chart debut by a female British artist. On this day in 2008, Natasha Bedingfield’s Pocketful of Sunshine entered the U.S. chart at number three, giving her a tie (with Sade, who would later set the new mark when her 2010 album Soldier of Love debuted at number one) for said record.
Bedingfield began her career as a member of an electronic collective called the DNA Algorithm, whose members included brother Daniel and sister Nikola Rachelle. They performed inspirational pop-dance tunes and picked up a bit of buzz early on, but the group eventually splintered when all three sought out solo careers. Daniel broke through first with his hit single “Gotta Get Thru This,” but Natasha hit the biggest when her debut album Unwritten began storming up the charts in 2004. She brought all of her experience as a producer, singer and songwriter to the album, which lent it an eclectic vibe that featured traditional pop songs as well as some strange left-hand turns (including a drop-in by D12 rapper Bizarre).
Following the success of Unwritten, Bedingfield followed up with the even bigger Pocketful of Sunshine, which showed off her songwriting mastery and incredible range as a performer. The title track remains one of the most absurdly catchy pop singles of the past few years (a fact that created an extended joke in the movie “Easy A”), and the video is just as colorful and thrilling.
Kara Kara DioGuardi will be flying home to California after a trip to New York to promote the Folger’s Jingle Contest, which she’s judging. However, she says, “I definitely intend on watching it this season.”
Of course, Kara’s got her own TV show coming up. Platinum Hit, a competition for songwriters, will be coming to Bravo this summer with Kara as the head judge and Jewel as host and second judge.
The Platinum Hit judging panel will be rounded out by a series of guest judges, Kara says, including the likes of Natasha Bedingfield and Ryan Tedder. “For people who don’t know what songwriters do, and that they even exist, they’re about to find out.”
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