Natasha presented the Six O'Clock News on BBC-1 whilst Sophie Rayworth was on maternity leave.
Natasha thinks that taking part in Strictly Come Dancing is the scariest thing she has ever done in her life.
Natasha prefers ballroom to latin dances as it is "soft and graceful."
Whilst she was presenting Breakfast, Natasha had to get up at 3.20 am every morning.
During the ten week training period for Strictly Come Dancing, Natasha put in 180 hours of dancing.
Natasha joined Breakfast in November 2002, when Sophie Raworth left to become co-presenter of the BBC's Six O'clock News.
Natasha received the first ten on Strictly Come Dancing in the fifth week of the competition.
Natasha co-presented some of the second series of Strictly Come Dancing whilst Tess Daly was on maternity leave.
Natasha won the first series of Strictly Come Dancing with her professional dance partner, Brendan Cole.
Natasha married Justin Bower on August 21, 2005.
Aled: Vote for us or Lilia will have to go back to Russia.
Lilia: I don't want to go back to Russia, its cold there.
Natasha: It would be, in that dress!
Natasha (on Strictly Come Dancing): I begged my bosses to ban me from doing the show.
Natasha: I can only dance with one man and that is Brendan Cole, and I don't know what I am going to do about that...
Natasha (on the effects of dancing): I have 27 bruises, and am so shattered that I am asleep as soon as my head hits the pillow.
Natasha: I have been voting for Chris Parker for the last 7 weeks, but Brendan has stopped me from doing that. I don't expect my future to be on the dance floor, but everyone who is involved has been delighted to be raising money for charity.
Natasha: I can't quite believe that I'm in the finals. I keep thinking someone is playing a joke. I have fallen in love with dancing and it has been a fantastic experience.