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  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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    Official Natasha’s Twitter
     
       
     

    Lot of people think that NBedingfield is the real Natasha Bedingfield. It’s fake!
    The real Natashas’s twitter is natashabdnfield.
    You can follow our profile @ twitter to keep tunned with Natasha’s news. Feel free to follow us: natashafan.

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,28 2009 Filed under News, Updates
     

     
    [Videos] Natasha Bedingfield – Universal Studios – June 27 2009
     
       
     

    I just found some videos of Natasha’s perfomance @ Universal Studios yesterday. Check out

    Who Knows

    Pocketful Of Sunshine

    Unwritten

    Credits goes to Jaz2Lovely

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,28 2009 Filed under Gigs, News
     

     
    Natasha Bedingfield on Michael Jackson and her upcoming album
     
       
     

    ‘I love the fact I am in a job where I am paid to get inspired and inspire other people’


    Natasha Bedingfield knows she has made it in the music industry.

    She gets to perform with Big Bird and the rest of the Sesame Street gang on the 4th of July as part of A Capitol Fourth.

    “When you get to perform with Sesame Street, you know you have made it,” said the London-raised pop star, who will be joined by Barry Manilow and Aretha Franklin on the PBS special.

    Bedingfield took 20 minutes with the Sentinel prior to her Saturday night show at Universal Orlando to answer questions about her next album, life after Michael Jackson and where she gets her soul from.

    How crazy and chaotic is your life right now? What are you doing when you are away from the stage?

    I am writing my next album; I am in the whole creative time. It’s much different to be on the road, you get to be in one place a little more. I am going from England to L.A. all the time. It has been great to go back to England and spend more time(at home).

    Is it nice to get back into that creative mode?

    It’s great to create some new material; the writing is what got me into (music) in the first place. It’s what I wanted to do all of my life. When I was 17, I really was able to put thoughts into words and emotions into songs. It’s so much fun. Partying and writing, getting inspiration. It’s nice to talk to people and get what is in their heads. My first couple of albums were more about what was going on inside; I want this new one to be more outward focused.

    On your fans? How so?

    I want to concentrate more of what is going on in the world, looking at people’s lives. Simple, powerful and soulful. That’s my aim. Hopefully every album gets better. You can never stop improving.

    You didn’t experience the dreaded sophomore jinx. How do you top your last album?

    We are all our own worst enemy; we all put more pressure on ourselves than we realize. I have always been that way, get that from my mom. I can’t accept doing something half-way. I do want this album to be better than the last. I always think you can grow. When you don’t learn and grow in life, you get old. You get bored. I love the fact I am in a job where I am paid to get inspired and inspire other people.

    Do you have a target release date?

    I am thinking by the end of the year, the album and the songs should be put together. You can’t really put a date on it; it is more about it being good.

    Where are you in that process?

    Just writing, no recording yet. It’s all very rough right now. It’s like embryos.

    Being from London, does Michael Jackson’s sudden death resonate with you even more?

    It’s shocking news. I feel quite sad because I have a really close friend that died a few days ago. So then, she died, Michael died and Farrah Fawcett died on the same day, it’s was really traumatic, especially in my immediate close group of friends. When people die young, it shocks you. We don’t realize how fragile life is. I guess it makes you think more; you can’t be afraid. I feel like, in thinking about my friend, we were blessed with her for a moment, but she has moved on. Now we know what is beautiful; now we know what it is like to feel honored. I was at Elton John’s party. It was wonderful. People were there talking about AIDS and how the Elton John Foundation has helped them. It was amazing. Then you hear whispering going on, people saying, “15 minutes ago, Michael Jackson died.” You are in this amazing, fancy place, and people are talking about AIDS and Michael Jackson dying.

    As a female star, what does Fawcett’s death mean to you?

    Farrah Fawcett is amazing; she is an icon. I admire her so much for being so public about her battle. I think that takes a lot of courage. We had a chance to say goodbye to her. Whereas with Michael Jackson, it was out of the blue. It was like when (Princess) Diana died.

    Little girls looked up to Farrah Fawcett, and many do the same to you. Is that a lot of pressure?

    It’s an amazing feeling to think that your concert can be someone’s first ever concert. Or the first CD that they bought. To have people put their trust in you, it is really beautiful. And an honor.

    Michael put a stamp on his music; what will you do to change pop music?

    I like how Michael’s music superseded everything, even himself. Even in the later years, when there were some dodgy stories going around, when you put on a Michael Jackson track, everyone would dance to it. Because that music captured our hearts. That’s what I want my music to be. I don’t want it to be selfish music. It’s an expression, and I am somehow just a vehicle that taps into what’s going on and it allows it to become theirs. I feel like Unwritten did that, and even Pocketful of Sunshine. I’m not saying on the same level as Michael, but people know those songs more than they know me. I like that. I always set out to be known more for my music than my personality, not for what club I am at or what outfit I am wearing. I think in the years to come, people will get to know me better. It will be a long friendship.

    You have tremendous soul in your music, where does that come from?

    I think in rough places, somehow flowers grow through the cracks in the cement. I grew up in London; my family didn’t have a lot of money — I didn’t listen to the radio growing up. Everyone has their own struggle, and from that, I tapped into music as the thing that really helped me. I really put my soul into it. I also went to church growing up, so many people come from a background of a church and that is because you learn about the connection between the music and heart, spirit and soul. It can take you out of a sad situation. That’s what Pocketful of Sunshine, the lyric “Take me away to a different place,” music is like prayer; it takes you away, it makes you ok — you are in a safe place.

    Do the struggles make the success even sweeter?

    When I first got my record deal, it was two years before I threw out my suit. I had left school early and was doing secretarial work so I could keep doing my music. I kept my suit just in case it didn’t work out and I had to go back to working in an office and get a real job. I just remember at one point looking at them and saying, ‘I don’t need these anymore.’ I am a singer and that’s what I am. It’s a nice realization. I do remember, as a kid, that I didn’t dare to dream because I didn’t want to be disappointed. It’s a nice story that somehow I got the things that I secretly dreamed about.

    When was the moment that you knew you made it?

    I think that getting a Brit Award, our English version of the Grammy. Having an album, that was sweet.

    You started a group with your brother, right?

    I was told that if you wanted to learn music, the first thing you should do is buy an instrument. For me, it was my voice, so I didn’t have to buy anything. And then get in a band. Me and my brother would just starting making songs and going to contests together. We would sing at jazz clubs. We just made music.

    Where are you in five years? What are your goals?

    I want to keep writing music; I’d like to release other artists as well. That is something I think a lot about right now. I know so many great musicians. I feel like I have been given a platform and now I can bring some acts with me.

    Do you prefer big or small venues for your performances?

    I like both. The bigger venues, you feel like you get swept away in a big ocean of people. You get an adrenaline high. When lots of people get together, something very special happens. I don’t like going to those (bigger) gigs unless I am the one on stage, because you feel like you get squashed. Some groups do it really well, like U2, where there is a moment and everyone is one. In England, we love futbol. You get carried away with the crowd; it’s not about you anymore, it’s about the crowd. That’s what the attraction is really. I like the small venues, but not too small. The hardest gig is playing for my granddad, or just to the family, I hate that.

    You can’t come to Florida and not get the amusement park question. Any favorites?

    I haven’t been to any of them here, but we are going to Universal Studios (on Sunday). One of the greatest perks about being in my job, they let you in ahead of the crowd. We went to a Six Flags once, and they let my entire band to the front of the line for all of the rides. There is a reason for people waiting in lines, if you do one ride right after another, you get really, really sick.

    Source: Orlando Sentinel

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,28 2009 Filed under Gigs, Interviews, News
     

     
    A&E’s Private Sessions
     
       
     

    Don’t miss Natasha this Sunday as she performs on A&E’s Private Sessions. Natasha chats with Lynn Hoffman about her career and life and then performs Pocketful of Sunshine, Soulmate, Love Like This, These Words, and Unwritten. The show airs at 9am this Sunday, June 28th, on A&E.

    Source: Official Website

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,24 2009 Filed under News
     

     
    Natasha To Perform at A Capitol 4th
     
       
     

    Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Jimmy Smits returns to host the biggest and brightest birthday party in the country, A CAPITOL FOURTH, featuring for the first time ever, Barry Manilow, who will both open and close the concert broadcast with a stirring medley of hits and patriotic classics along with the National Symphony Orchestra and the Choral Arts Society of Washington. He will be joined by the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, international pop sensation Natasha Bedingfield, the Tony and Grammy Award-winning cast of Jersey Boys, multi Grammy Award-nominee Michael Feinstein and acclaimed classical pianist Andrew von Oeyen. This star-studded cast will light up the stage on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol for the 29th annual A CAPITOL FOURTH celebration featuring unrivaled musical performances with the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of America’s prince of pops Erich Kunzel. As a special treat for the entire family, Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and more of the SESAME STREET gang will be on hand to celebrate America’s 233rd birthday. The multi-award winning A CAPITOL FOURTH, featuring the most spectacular fireworks display anywhere in the nation, will be broadcast live in high definition and commercial free on PBS Saturday, July 4, 2009 from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. ET (check local listings) before a concert audience of hundreds of thousands, millions more at home, and around the world to our troops on the American Forces Radio and Television Network.

    Just to remember what we already have posted

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,20 2009 Filed under Gigs, News
     

     
    Bedingfield seeks love match with cash
     
       
     

    British singer NATASHA BEDINGFIELD is begging KIRSTEN DUNST’s former tennis coach PAT CASH to give her lessons.
    The one-time Wimbledon champion coached the Spider-Man actress to prepare for her role in 2004′s Wimbledon movie, alongside Paul Bettany, and now Bedingfield wants to follow Dunst’s lead by asking Cash to serve up some private lessons, so she can improve her game.
    The singer met Cash at an event earlier this week (beg15Jun09) when he approached her and asked for an autograph for his teenage sons – and she used the moment to ask the tennis ace for a few lessons.
    She says, “Imagine (that). I’d love it. I could have some girlfriends over and we could do it together.”
    And Cash adds, “My sons keep me so busy, but they are fans. So I’m sure we can get together over the summer and sort something out.”

    Source: ContactMusic.com

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,19 2009 Filed under Uncategorized
     

     
    [Gallery] Evian Sponsor The Championships Wimbledon 2009
     
       
     

    We just added some HQ pictures of Natasha promoting Evian’s sponsorship of The Championships Wimbledon at The Hurlingham Club on June 17, 2009 in London, England. Check out

    06/17/09 – Evian Sponsor The Championships Wimbledon 2009 – Photocall HQ

    I LOVED IT

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,17 2009 Filed under Uncategorized
     

     
    ULTIMATE NATASHA VIDEO POLL: RESULTS NOW IN
     
       
     

    For the past two weeks fans around the world have been casting their votes in a gigantic poll to discover their all-time favourite Natasha video.

    Voting is now closed and it’s time to announce the final result…

    IN 3rd place with 12% of your votes was the ‘These Words’ video.

    AND coming in a comfortable 2nd with 22% of your votes was the ‘Pocketful of Sunshine’ video

    BUT with a hefty 35% of your votes, the undisputed overall winner is… the video for ‘UNWRITTEN’. This is Unwritten’s second win in Natasha’s biggest ever poll as it also came top of your favourite singles vote two weeks ago!

    Source: Official Website

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,15 2009 Filed under Uncategorized
     

     
    [New Game] Lips featuring Love Like This
     
       
     

    Lips is a music and singing game that includes 30 songs, 2 wireless interactive microphones (with motion sensors that allow you to dance, move or swing to score points), the ability to use and sing your own music or download songs from an online service.

    “Lips” is the only singing game that offers wireless motion-sensitive microphones and the ability to sing from your own music collection of DRM-free songs.* Start channeling your favorite pop star because it’s you, your friends and most important your music that turns “Lips,” the new singing game for Xbox 360, into the world’s ultimate party experience this holiday season.

    During the month of June, create new fun summertime memories crooning Natasha’s smash hit “Love LIke This”; stop, collaborate and listen with Vanilla Ice’s classic “Ice Ice Baby”; relive the 80s with “Joey” from Concrete Blonde; or form your own girl group with “Freak Like Me” by Sugababes for 160 Microsoft Points each. With a wide selection of songs available and wireless light-up microphones, “Lips” has something for everyone as it brings friends together this summer.

    Source: Worthplaying.com

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,14 2009 Filed under Uncategorized
     

     
    DanceDanceRevolution E3 2009
     
       
     

    Konami released lots of screens from the Wii and PS2 versions of DanceDanceRevolution, a new installment in the series now under development for the PlayStation2, PlayStation3, Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360. The game features improved graphics and customization features, a network community loaded with downloadable music and new game modes. Additionally, each game comes with 30 major licensed master tracks including Disturbia (Rihanna), Closer (Ne-Yo), One Step At A Time (Jordin Sparks), My Prerogative (Bobby Brown), Pocketful of Sunshine (Natasha Bedingfield) in addition to 20 Bemani originals. A release date is still to be announced.

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jun,11 2009 Filed under Uncategorized
     


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