Natasha is ranked #39 in the "100 Hottest Blondes of AIM."
Natasha says that she met her fiancé Matthew Robinson through a friend.
Natasha announced her engagement to boyfriend Matthew Robinson in September 2008.
Natasha was featured as an opening act for the New Kids On The Block reunion tour in fall 2008.
In 2008, Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama used Natasha's song Unwritten in his campaign.
There are two versions of Natasha's song Drop Me In The Middle from her album Unwritten. The U.K. version features rapper Bizarre from D12, and the U.S. version features British rapper Estelle.
Natasha was ranked #72 in Maxim's Hot 100 Women 2008.
Natasha was the headliner of the 2008 Verizon V.I.P tour with The Veronicas and Kate Voegele.
Natasha's I Wanna Have Your Babies music video first debuted on her Bebo website on March 6, 2007.
Natasha released her video for the song I Wanna Have Your Babies in the U.S. on May 21, 2007.
Natasha's second U.S. album, Pocketful Of Sunshine, was released January 22, 2008.
Natasha's first music video and single from her album Pocketful Of Sunshine was for the song Love Like This, featuring Sean Kingston.
Natasha was one of many guest singers at the 2007 Memorial Concert in honor of the late Princess Diana. She performed her song Unwritten.
Natasha released her second album, entitled NB, on April 30, 2007 in the United Kingdom.
Natasha's hit song Single was sung by one of the characters on the show Girlfriends.
Natasha was paid one million dollars to perform only three songs at the New York karaoke club Spotlights April 7th and 8th 2007.
Natasha says that she does not want to be famous for her looks and wants to have the focus on her songwriting abilities.
Natasha was nominated for a 2007 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Performance for Unwritten.
Natasha was signed up to record the theme song for the movie Rocky Balboa. Stallone personally asked her to get involved with it at a Hollywood party, much to the singer's surprise. However, the plan never went through, and her song never actually appeared on the soundtrack.
Natasha's inspiration for the song Single was from when her friends would give her sympathy because she was, in fact, single, but she would tell them she wants it that way and enjoys it.
Natasha said that she moved from London to L.A because she wants to become more of an international star.
In 2006, Natasha became the new face of the Gap ads in America.
The N broadcasted several brief interviews with Natasha on commericals in 2006.
Natasha was on iTunes top 10 songs for about a month with her song Unwritten in 2006.
Natasha is 5'6 1/4".
Natasha has two different versions of her official website, one for her US fans and one for her UK fans.
Natasha's hit song Unwritten was featured on Now That's What I Call Music 21.
Natasha kicked off her U.S tour in California on May 6, 2006.
Natasha attended the North Carolina State Fair as a guest in October 2005. She says that it was her first time at a fair.
A remix of Natasha's song Single, which featured new lyrics, was released in America.
Natasha's video for These Words landed three nominations for the 2006 MVPA Awards: Best Pop Video, Best Colorist/Telecine Work, and Best Special Effects.
Natasha performed an exclusive intimate set at a Macy's store in New York.
Natasha studied psychology at the University of Greenwich to help her with her songwriting.
Natasha took part in the Band Aid 20 re-recording of Do They Know It's Christmas?.
Natasha is an official ambassador for "Global Angels," an international children's charity founded by her mother.
Natasha's parents were both social workers.
Natasha teamed up with Comedy Central's Motherload in 2006 to win a PSP, a portable DVD player, and her album.
Natasha's musical styles are pop, dance-pop, and adult contemporary.
Natasha says that she wants a boyfriend who looks like Orlando Bloom.
While Natasha is close to all of her siblings today, she and her oldest brother Daniel were rivals growing up.
Natasha has three other siblings: Daniel, Nikola, and Joshua.
Natasha is a huge fan of actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Natasha's video for Unwritten reached #1 on VH1's Top 20 Countdown.
Natasha was signed by Phonogenic Records.
As a teenager, Natasha, Daniel and younger sister Nikola formed the Christian worship band, The DNA Algorithm
In her teenage years, Natasha was working hard at learning guitar, piano, and songwriting.
Natasha's song Unwritten was the first US Pop #1 by a British female soloist in 19 years, since Kim Wilde topped the U.S. pop singles chart with You Keep Me Hangin' On back in 1987.
Natasha's third single to be released in America was Single.
Natasha's single Unwritten is RIAA certified platinum in the US, with over 60,000 downloads.
Natasha was once a Twist Magazine Artist of the Month.
Natasha's remix of Unwritten reached number one on the Dance Club Billboard Chart.
Natasha wrote her song Unwritten for her younger brother Joshua.
Natasha's hit song These Words was entered in the Guinness Book Of World Records, along with her brother Daniel, as the first siblings to have number 1 singles in UK history.
These Words was Natasha's second greatest hit. It debuted in UK charts at number 1 when released.
Natasha got her first record deal in 2003.
Natasha wrote her first song at the age of 12.
Natasha's album Unwritten was released in the U.K. in the fall of 2004 and in the U.S. in the summer of 2005.
Natasha's songs are based off of personal experiences in her life.
Natasha has nine remixes of her hit song These Words.
Natasha made her video game and acting debut in "From Russia with Love." She did the voice of Elisabeth Stark, the English Prime Minister's daughter.
Natasha's video for Unwritten was directed by Chris Applebaum.
On March 19, 2006, Natasha performed her hit song Unwritten on the Jammx Kids' All-Star Dance Special.
Natasha's song Unwritten reached number one song on iTunes.
Natasha's most diva-like command is room temperature water.
Natasha says she won't tour without her iPod and a big bag full of clothes.
Natasha's favorite song is So Far Away by Carole King.
Natasha's singles include: Single, These Words, Unwritten, I Bruise Easily, The One That Got Away, I Wanna Have Your Babies, Soulmate, Love Like This, featuring Sean Kingston, Pocketful Of Sunshine, and Angel
Natasha: (on fiancé Matt Robinson He's a business man, and it really is a good balance for my career because he's always a solid rock that I just feel very comfortable with, and I feel very loved. I was single for a long, long time and I kind of went down kicking and screaming because I liked my single-ness, but he was someone definitely worth giving up being single for.
Natasha: (on her engagement to boyfriend Matthew Robinson) It just happened. But I am so excited, and it happened in New York. And I want to share it with the world.
Natasha: I really like the Spice Girls and I want to go and see them on the tour. I should write for them and could be Invisible Spice. I'd love that.
Natasha: (on singing Madonna's song "Ray Of Light" for Radio 1's birthday celebration) I have so much respect for Madonna after learning how hard it is to sing that song. She has an amazing voice - the range you need to sing the song is incredible.
Natasha: I will never get a DUI because I can't drive.
Natasha: (on when Robbie Williams stood her up) Rob once said he would call me. I bumped into him in an L.A. record shop and he asked me what hotel I was staying in. He said he'd call, but never did. I still think Robbie is attractive. I'd love to duet with him.
Natasha: Oh sure, I've trashed a hotel room. In the States we went to those stores where everything costs 99 cents and bought loads of tacky lamps and pictures and then left them dotted around the room. It was a different form of trashing. And I only did it once, just to shock people.
Natasha: (on her love of Prince William and wanting to date him in 2007) I think William is gorgeous - I've fancied him for ages. I'm quite nervous. The only problem is he is single now and I have just started dating someone. I should've made my move ages ago.
Natasha: (on dating) Guys in America are a bit more forward than in England. You can be out, food shopping, and guys will just come up to you and go, 'I just have to ask, will you go out with me?' and I'm like, 'Erm, no!' Here (in the UK), the guy has to be pissed before he can ask you. That's why I can do the asking. I've never been a person who gives out their number on the street.
Natasha: I was singing at a radio show in New York, and a boy threw his boxer shorts on to the stage. I picked them up and they were still warm. That's gross. Do you think people take knickers to throw, or do they whip them off in the front row? Maybe he was wearing a kilt.
Natasha: I am in a place everyone wants to be, but I do sometimes look at the girl working in Starbucks and think, 'God, she is so lucky. At least she gets to switch off at the end of the day'.
Natasha: (on how her success can be unbelievable sometimes) There are moments when I think, 'Hang on, I was only dreaming of this a couple of years ago. Now it's all come true!' I bought a house recently in London and I was going through my things and found my old suits from when I was a receptionist. I kept the suits in case it didn't work out. Surely I can throw them out now.
Natasha: (on not appearing on the "Rocky Balboa" soundtrack after the plan fell through) In the end the music didn't happen, but I was massively flattered he asked.
Natasha: (on performing at Spotlights for one million dollars) I can't wait to get on the plane. America is becoming like a second home to me now and I'm truly flattered that I've been asked to follow in Jennifer (Lopez)'s footsteps at Spotlight. I absolutely adore karaoke so being asked to perform was a no-brainer for me.
Natasha: I won't ever do lads' mags or those bikini shots. I'm not a model. I am a singer/songwriter so why should I put myself up there like that? I won't compete in that way. It just isn't healthy.
Natasha: I knew that in order to make it in America, I had to be willing to start over. You have to take a step down to take a step up and not many singers are prepared to do that. It was a humbling experience. I sang anywhere and everywhere. Once there was a 'Bedingfield Barbeque', where someone won the chance to have me sing at their house. I didn't really know anything about it until I got to the winner's house and smelt the sausages cooking. There was no microphone, nothing. I just sang in this family's back yard.
Natasha: It can't be all about image. It's important for me that I put really good content in what I'm doing.
Natasha: I don't want to be the next anyone. I just want to be me, now. And that means all different things.
Natasha: (On who she'd like to be stranded on a desert island with) I'd say Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin. They come across as lovely - so warm, so bright and so talented. I imagine that we'd have great chats. And if we ever ran out of things to say to each other, I could sing and write songs with Chris Martin, and play charades with Gwyneth. I reckon that they would both be good at strategies and tips for survival as well, which could obviously come in handy if we got stuck there for a long time.
Natasha: But even then, I was interested in psychology because I knew that'd make me a better songwriter. It'd give me a deeper insight into people. I was sick of empty music - people whip up a melody then any kind of words to fit. I'm not interested in lines that go "blah blah blah." I want something that provokes me as well as the listener.
Natasha: I know I should keep this a secret, but Céline Dion is something of an icon to me.
Natasha: A lot of my songs are about taking whatever life throws at you and making the most of it.
Natasha: Life is a blank page. Each person holds their pen and writes their own story.
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