Natalie began dating musician Daniel Johns in 1999 and the pair married December 31, 2003.
On January 4, 2007, the couple became public about their seperation in a joint statement: "While we are very sad that our marriage has ended we want to make it clear that our parting is amicable and we remain friends. This mutual decision has not been taken lightly or quickly. However, our career demands and our lives in different parts of the world have brought us to the point where unfortunately this difficult decision was necessary for both of us. We have simply grown apart through not being able to spend enough time together."
"We have issued this statement to set the record straight and to eliminate any need for speculation. We will not be making any further public statements whatsoever in regard to this very private matter and we ask that people please respect our sincere wishes in this regard."
Natalie was chosen as one of People Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, in May 2007.
Natalie made her movie debut in 2003 as an actress in the British comedy, Johnny English. Starring alongside Rowan Atkinson, she played a supporting role as Lorna Campbell.
Since 2004, Natalie has been preparing for the lead role of Elise Silverton in the Australian independent film Elise. The film is based on a Georgia Blain's novel Closed for Winter. Elise is directed by James Bogle. Shooting began in August 2006 in Adelaide, Australia.
Natalie's sister, Laura Imbruglia, is also a recording artist.
In 2002 Natalie signed a six-figure contract with L'oréal after he CD "White Lilies Island. Even to this day she remains as a model for many cosmetic products by L'Oreal, particularly mascaras and skincare products. Her advertisements have appeared frequently in newspapers, magazines and television all over the world, ranging from places like Italy to Malaysia and from The Netherlands to the UK.
Natalie's favorite artists are Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys.
Natalie studied ballet as a child, hoping to make a career out of it.
Natalie won an MTV Awards for Best New Artist in 1998.
At age 16, Natalie left high school to start a career in acting.
Natalie's album, Left of the Middle, was certified platinum by RIAA within 8 weeks of release (May 1998) and was certified 2X platinum in November 1998.
While in the UK Natalie recorded her first album Left of the Middle which sold over six and a half million copies worldwide.
Natalie's father is Italian and her mother is Australian.
Natalie Imbruglia has collaborated in the past with Welsh singer Tom Jones.
She got her first job as a TV extra on Japanese bubble gun commercial as a 'Pinnacle Princess'. Natalie died her hair black, so that she would look more Hawaiian.
Natalie is a vegetarian.
On I Love The 90's among many of the pop culture things of The 1990's they discussed Natalie's song 'Torn.'
Natalie is 5' 3.75" (1.62 m).
Natalie is married since December 31, 2003, to Daniel Johns, lead singer of the Australian band Silverchair.
Natalie is most known for her 1997's hit single Torn, a cover of Ednaswap.
She dated actor David Schwimmer and musician Lenny Kravitz.
Natalie: I'm too busy to focus on that. I love children but it doesn't fit my lifestyle right now. I cried when my sister had a baby a few weeks ago. Just seeing pictures of this little girl in the family and knowing I'd never get to hold her while she was that fresh out of the oven.
Natalie: I'm Catholic, so I feel guilty every day. Today, I'm feeling guilty that I had too many drinks last night.
Natalie: (on her upcoming film, "Elise") I've got no idea if I'm going to be able to pull it off - it's a challenge. It'll actually be very hard for me because it's quite a still performance and I'm quite over the top, loud and expressive.
Natalie Imbruglia: I'm such a chameleon. I never get bored.