At the CMA Awards last night in Nashville, Natasha Bedingfield took the stage to perform “Easy” with the Rascal Flatts wearing a voluminous rose-colored skirt. Fun fact: The designer behind the look is Christian Siriano, who created the piece for his Dracula orchid-inspired fall 2011 collection. “The beautiful Natasha Bedingfield wearing Siriano at the CMAs tonight!” he Tweeted while watching the show. Tell us: What did you think of her performance look? To see what more celebrities wore to the CMA Awards, click through the gallery.
Celebrities kicked off New York Fashion Week last night by marching down the runway for a cause. Camila Alves, Cat Deeley, Suzanne Somers, Denise Richards, Dita Von Teese, Ann Curry, and more all wore red dresses by designers for The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Fashion Show, which raises awareness for the foundation that spreads information about heart disease for women on a national level. “As women, we’re all nurturers and caretakers,” Deeley, in Alberta Ferretti, told us before the show. “But you can’t do that unless you take care of yourself.” Click through the gallery to see all the celebrities who walked at The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Fashion Show!
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Grace Lee
You don’t have to be a California girl to have gorgeous blond strands. Just ask British songstress Natasha Bedingfield. “I’m a natural blonde, but I do get highlights. I’m very blond in the summer and golden in the winter,” she told InStyle at a concert kicking off John Frieda’s Blonde Entourage campaign in New York City. While touring for her last album, Pocketful of Sunshine, the Grammy-nominated singer didn’t have time for regular touch-ups, but she wasn’t too concerned. “I like to have my roots peeking out for an edgier vibe,” she said. Beauty appointments aside, there’s one thing Bedingfield always makes time for: “Chocolate! I never deprive myself, although right now I’m trying to be good to get in shape for my next tour,” she confessed. Her fix? “I’ll have chocolate protein shakes. They’re not quite as good as a big bowl of chocolate ice cream, but they do the trick.”