Natasha Hamilton is best known for being one third of the UK’s most internationally successful girl group of the last decade, selling over 10 million records worldwide.
She’s also known as a TV personality, wife, mother and businesswoman. And since landing the lead role of Mrs Johnstone in the highly acclaimed West End show Blood Brothers, she can add actress to the list!
2013 has seen Natasha relive her Atomic Kitten highs on ITV2′s most successful launch show The Big Reunion. Super group Atomic Kitten along with 6 other 90′s bands (911, Liberty X, Honeyz, Five, Blue, B Witched) reformed for the series ending in a climatic live show at the Hammersmith Apollo. It has been a great hit show for ITV2 and has stirred a wave of pop nostalgia up and down the country with their current tour being a sell out.
Alongside her successes in music and stage her triumphs in TV have been many, from 2 hit series of the BBC1 show Just the Two of Us (including being the judges’ winner on the 1st series) to her appearance in Celebrity Come Dine With Me which helped that episode gain a nomination as funniest reality TV episode on the 2010 National TV awards. Natasha can now add comedy to her TV credits as she features in the latest series of the RTS winning comedy show Mongrels.
Her competitive nature has seen her win numerous celebrity challenges on TV including Celebrity Mr and Mrs, Celebrity Family Fortunes and Celebrity Weakest Link all raising substantial sums for her favourite charities.
Natasha has also continually fronted high profile campaigns for many A list brands including Johnson and Johnson, Littlewoods and Fairy Non Bio and Seven Seas while also working for numerous charities including the New Children’s hospital in Manchester, Alder Hey Children’s hospital, Cancer Research UK, Children in Need, Barnados and The Outward Bound Trust. This year Natasha is the fronts Practical Action’s Nigh Rider challenge.