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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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    Biggest Selling Female of 21st Century
     
       
     

    Natasha is the 100th biggest selling female of the 21st century for her #1 single “These Words” according to the Official UK Charts Company. The full-list as of Jan 2009 can be found below:

    1. Kylie Minogue – Can’t get you out of my head (1100000)
    2. Alexandra Burke – Hallelujah (1026830)
    3. Atomic Kitten – Whole again (960000)
    4. Leona Lewis – Bleeding love (937100)
    5. Leona Lewis – A moment like this (845000)
    6. All Saints – Pure shores (720000)
    7. Sonique – It feels so good (650000)
    8. Rihanna – Umbrella (628500)
    9. Shakira – Whenever wherever (620000)
    10. Girls Aloud – Sound of the underground (612000)
    11. Las Ketchup – Asereje (The Ketchup Song) (590000)
    12. Shakira ft Wyclef Jean – Hips don’t lie (580000)
    13. Spiller ft Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Groovejet (If this ain’t love) (577000)
    14. LeAnn Rimes – Can’t fight the moonlight (570000)
    15. Duffy – Mercy (556500)
    16. Madonna – Hung up (525000)
    17. Katy Perry – I kissed a girl (509050)
    18. Pussycat Dolls ft Busta Rhymes – Don’t Cha (500000)
    19. Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Pink & Mya – Lady Marmalade (480000)
    20. Estelle ft Kanye West – American Boy (466100)
    21. Gabrielle – Rise (457000)
    22. Sugababes – About you now (455000)
    23. Britney Spears – Oops… I did it again (445000)
    24. Destiny’s Child – Independent Women pt 1 (440000)
    25. Leona Lewis – Run (435825)
    26. Madonna ft Justin Timberlake – 4 minutes (432300)
    27. Geri Halliwell – It’s raining men (420000)
    28. Sugababes – Push the button (410000)
    29. Atomic Kitten – The tide is high (410000)
    30. Beyonce – If I were a boy (409520)
    31. Holly Valance – Kiss kiss (406000)
    32. Melanie C & Lisa ‘Left-eye’ Lopes – Never be the same again (401000)
    33. Madonna – Music (401000)
    34. Girls Aloud – The Promise (399030)
    35. Atomic Kitten – Eternal Flame (385000)
    36. Pink – So what (384750)
    37. Madonna – American Pie (382000)
    38. Cheeky Girls – Cheeky song (touch my bum) (377000)
    39. Katy Perry – Hot n cold (373900)
    40. t.A.T.u. – All the things she said (370000)
    41. Rihanna – Disturbia (367840)
    42. Blu Cantrell ft Sean Paul – Breathe (365000)
    43. Nelly Furtado – Maneater (361000)
    44. Mariah Carey & Westlife – Against all odds (360000)
    45. Melanie C – I turn to you (355000)
    46. Beyonce – Crazy in love (355000)
    47. Sandi Thom – I wish I was a punk rocker (350000)
    48. Rihanna – Don’t stop the music (344500)
    49. Rihanna – Take a bow (336700)
    50. Beyonce & Shakira – Beautiful Liar (335000)
    51. Britney Spears – Toxic (330000)
    52. Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown – No air (329000)
    53. Pink – Get this party started (325000)
    54. Kate Nash – Foundations (320000)
    55. Gabrielle – Out of reach (315000)
    56. Madison Avenue – Don’t call me baby (315000)
    57. Anastacia – Left outside alone (310000)
    58. The Corrs – Breathless (310000)
    59. Britney Spears – Born to make you happy (307000)
    60. Cascada – Everytime we touch (305000)
    61. Gwen Stefani – Sweet Escape (300000)
    62. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Murder on the dancefloor (300000)
    63. Michelle McManus – All this time (295000)
    64. Dido – White Flag (294000)
    65. Gabriella Cilmi – Sweet about me (290400)
    66. Britney Spears – Womanizer (289100)
    67. Sweet female attitude – Flowers (288000)
    68. Adele – Chasing pavements (288000)
    69. Destiny’s Child – Lose my breath (285000)
    70. Lily Allen – Smile (280000)
    71. Rihanna – S.O.S. (Rescue me) (280000)
    72. Christina Aguilera – Dirrty (280000)
    73. Fergie – Big boys don’t cry (275000)
    74. Amy Winehouse – Rehab (275000)
    75. Avril Lavigne – Girlfriend (270000)
    76. Kylie Minogue – Spinning around (270000)
    77. Sugababes – Freak like me (265000)
    78. Destiny’s Child – Survivor (265000)
    79. Christina Aguilera – Beautiful (260000)
    80. Rihanna – Unfaithful (255000)
    81. Emma Bunton – What took you so long? (255000)
    82. Geri Halliwell – Bag it up (255000)
    83. Beyonce – Irreplaceable (255000)
    84. Kelis – Milk Shake (250000)
    85. Eve & Gwen Stefani – Let my blow ya mind (250000)
    86. Samantha Mumba – Always come back to your love (250000)
    87. Sugababes – Round round (250000)
    88. Britney Spears – Everytime (250000)
    89. Billie Piper – Day and night (245000)
    90. Spice Girls – Holler / Let love lead the way (245000)
    91. Lene Marlin – Sittin’ down here (245000)
    92. Frankee – Fuck you right back (245000)
    93. Alicia Keys – No one (245000)
    94. Girls Aloud – Call the shots (245000)
    95. Samantha Mumba – Gotta tell you (245000)
    96. Pink – Just like a pill (240000)
    97. Shakira – Underneath your clothes (240000)
    98. Mary Mary – Shackles (Praise you) (240000)
    99. Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu (235000)
    100. Natasha Bedingfield – These words (235000)

    Source: Sandi-Thom.net

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Aug,04 2009 Filed under News
     

     
    Bedingfield to perform at summer festival
     
       
     

    A two-day summer ­festival aims to catapult Bermuda’s music scene to a higher level by attracting enough tourists to “fill up ­hotels, restaurants and bars”.

    British singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield is ­returning to the island to headline ‘SummerFest’ at the National Stadium on Saturday, August 15.

    The gig is the night after R&B superstar Mary J. Blige and Grammy winner Robin Thicke perform at the same venue.

    TOC Entertainment aim to bring locals and tourists together and make a ” huge festival weekend out of two shows”.

    They insist the “top name acts doing full shows” will be just the ticket for the ­island’s struggling tourism industry.

    Guests

    Sheldon Posey of TOC Entertainment said: “There’s going to be a real festival atmosphere. The same people will come out for both nights.

    “This is going to be a top-notch weekend-long event.

    We could have stopped at Mary J. Blige but we want to give the island the best.

    “It’s going to be like something you see in the States or Europe – it will bring international guests over here.

    “People will want to ­travel here for these concerts – we’ll fill up hotels, restaurants and bars.”

    TOC Entertainment’s summer line-up threatens to overshadow the Bermuda Music Festival, which remains under wraps even though it is just three months away.

    The line-up announcement of the BMF, organized by the Department of Tourism, has been delayed.

    It was due to be made on July 8 but the date has been changed to July 21.

    Last year’s festival ­welcomed superstars ­Beyonce, Alicia Keys and UB40 at a cost of $3million to taxpayers.

    The event came under fire for not attracting enough overseas visitors.

    TOC Entertainment ­insist they are “definitely not” trying to compete with the BMF, due to take place from October 29-31.

    Mr. Posey revealed he had spoken to key members of the Department of Tourism and both parties supported each other’s events.

    He said: “We are not working against them, we all working together hand-in-hand to build up the ­local music scene.

    “We both want to bring international visitors. I’m sure the Bermuda Music Festival is going to be ­awesome – it’s going to be just as good as ours.”

    Bedingfield, who has sold more than seven million singles and albums worldwide, performed at the Bermuda Music Festival at the National Stadium in 2007. Mr. Posey said: “There have been quite a few ­people asking if she could come back to Bermuda.

    “When she came ­before she wasn’t that famous but now she’s a big star.

    “Natasha said she loved it here, it’s one of her favourite places.

    “She’s really excited about coming back.”

    Guns N’ Roses

    Playing alongside Bedingfield on August 15 will be Darius Rucker from Hootie & The Blowfish, Dizzy Reed of Guns N’ ­Roses and reggae singer Tessanne Chin.

    Aerosmith and The ­Eagles tribute bands will also play, as will local band Secret Po-Po.

    Tickets for both the Blige and Bedingfield shows are on sale from www.bdatix.bm, priced from about $100.

    The high price tag is said to reflect the fact that ­organizers aren’t “scrimping on headline artists or quality”.

    TOC Entertainment is made up of Mr. Posey, who is based in Atlanta, and two business partners in Bermuda.

    They are best known for bringing singer Jazmine Sullivan to the island earlier this year and comedian Rickey Smiley last week.

    But the promotions firm promise to announce more events with “big-name artists” for the fall.

    Mr. Posey said: “We are bringing in A-level quality acts to Bermuda on a consistent basis. We have great things on the horizon.”

    The Department of Tourism would not ­comment about this year’s Bermuda Music Festival.

    But American music promoter Rock Newman is currently on island, so more details are due to be announced soon.

    Credits goes to Kita and Jessica O’Donoghue

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

     
    Natasha Bedingfield buys Los Feliz home for $2.3 million
     
       
     

    The singer’s new 4-bedroom house has a media room, gym, office and city and mountain views.

    British pop singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield has purchased a home in the Los Feliz area for $2.3 million.

    The 4,792-square-foot contemporary has four bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms, a media room, gym and office in three stories with city light and mountain views. There are two fireplaces, limestone and walnut flooring, a detached guesthouse above the three-car garage and a swimming pool. The recently redone house was built in 1953.

    The husky-voiced singer, active on the Christian-pop circuit as a teen, released her solo debut album, “Unwritten,” in 2004. It had several hit songs and earned her a Grammy nomination for female pop vocal performance in 2006. She released “Pocketful of Sunshine” in 2008 and is working on her third album.

    Bedingfield, 27, performed this year on ABC’s “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2009″ and “Dancing With the Stars,” among other shows, and is appearing this month at a music festival in Bermuda.

    Her new home had been listed in January 2008 at $4,495,000 and had been most recently priced at $2,495,000.

    The listing agent was Richard Stanley of Coldwell Banker, Los Feliz. Bedingfield was represented by Aaron Montelongo of Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sunset office.

    Source: Latimes.com

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jul,28 2009 Filed under News
     

     
    [Photos and Videos] Capitol Fourth Concert 07/04/2009
     
       
     

    Check out some Natasha’s pictures performing on  ‘A Capitol Fourth’ Independence Day concert dress rehearsal at US Capitol on July 3, 2009 in Washington, DC.

    PHOTOS

    07/04/09 – “A Capitol Fourth” Independence Day Concert

    VIDEOS

    Sing A Song & Yankee Doodle Dandy

    Pocketful Of Sunshine

    Credits goes to EdwinTV26

    We also added some pictures of Natasha’s perfomance at Universal Orlando on Saturday, June 27, 2009.

    06/27/09 – Performing at Universal Orlando

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jul,05 2009 Filed under News, Updates
     

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

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

    Who Knows

    Pocketful Of Sunshine

    Unwritten

    Credits goes to Jaz2Lovely

    Piece Of Your Heart

    Say It Again

    These Words

    Soulmate

    Pirate Bones

    I Bruise Easily

    Credits goes to Monimouse

     
     
    Posted by Posted on Jul,05 2009 Filed under News, Updates
     

     
    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
     


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