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26 November 1981, Sussex, England. The sister of bestselling recording artist Daniel Bedingfield enjoyed commercial success of her own during summer 2004, with a UK number 1 hit single and album. Bedingfield launched her recording career while still sharing a house with Daniel in Lewisham, London, close to where the siblings grew up with their New Zealand-born parents. Natasha learned to play guitar and piano while still at school and performed at talent shows with Daniel and her younger sister Nikola. She later enrolled on a psychology course at Greenwich University but quit studies after a year to devote her time fully to making a career in music. Her demo tape came to the attention of the BMG conglomerate and she was signed to the Arista Records imprint in 2003. She decamped to Los Angeles, California, where she worked on her debut album with producers Andy Frampton and Steve Kipner and a number of leading songwriters, including Kara DioGuardi, Paul Herman,...