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Monday, 13 December 2010 12:50

Australia: Natalie Gauci Succeeds in Re-Inventing Herself

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Earlier on this year, there was great speculation that the former Australian Idol winner would be entering the Maltese national selection for the annual Eurovision Song Contest owing to the fact that she has dual citizenship. Unfortunately due to her busy schedule, she had to put it aside for another year as she begins to achieve the success she has always wanted having re-invented herself into a Dance Diva.

Following her departure with Sony Music, she has gone on to release some new dance material which has led to the creation of the electro-pop band who call themselves "Tune In Tokyo". Natalie is the lead artist within this group and their debut single "Dreamer" is already a hit within the ARIA Club Charts peaking at number three (3) last week and already lasting within the top fifty (50) for a total of 8 weeks. This new style might prove to be more successful and even though her debut single with Sony Music "Here I Am" peaked at two (2), it seems like this new career will be long term successful.

Speaking to the Herald Sun in Australia, this is what Natalie had to say with regards to her parting with the Idol carriage and her new blossoming career "Idol was like an arranged marriage. There were good days and bad days. I didn't get angry, just bossy, and I just followed my instincts. It has been three years exactly and I fought really hard to be totally free creatively and musically. I am working on my album with collaborator Paul Brandoli for Tune In Tokyo, a solo jazz pop album and I appear and sing in a new film, Big Mamma's Boy, with Holly Valance, which comes out next year."

The Team at ESCflashmalta would like to wish Natalie Gauci who follows the site every now and then the very best of luck within her new career and hopes that she manages to continue making the Maltese proud of their heritage. She is one in the long line of artists that are making a name for our country abroad.

Source: The Herald Sun