British songstress Natasha Bedingfield hasn't left her story of musical success 'unwritten.' The London-born singer (her birthday is November 26, 1981) got her start in 1990 performing with her brother Daniel and sister Nikola in a Christian dance/electronic group called The DNA Algorithm. Her first solo album, Unwritten was released in the UK in Spetember of 2004 and in the US in August of 2005. She scored a top 20 hit with 'These Words' and the title track was the most played song on US radio in 2006 and has been featured in a number of commercials. The album earned Natasha a Grammy award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Her follow-up album, Pocketful of Sunshine was released in the US in January of 2008 and both its lead single 'Love like This,' featuring Sean Kingston and second single 'Pocketful of Sunshine' were top twenty hits, the latter being featured on the third season finale of MTV's The Hills. Natasha Bedingfield's career is just warming up and audiences already love her, love her, love her.
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