Natasha Bedingfield on the price of fame, motherhood and returning to the spotlight with her new album.

Noughties pop star Natasha Bedingfield joins Dan as she returns to music with her first album in nine years. The Unwritten singer opens up about the pressure of following in the footsteps of her famous brother Daniel Bedingfield, the struggles of fame and the devastating prenatal depression she suffered before giving birth to her son Solomon. Fresh from the release of her new record, Natasha also talks about writing Cheryl’s comeback single Love Made Me Do It and their relationship after going on tour together.


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