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Singing sensation Natalie Bassingthwaite to perform at Conrad Jupiters.
Singing sensation Natalie Bassingthwaite to perform at Conrad Jupiters. - Supplied

THE stars will align for the Gold Coast home of entertainment when Australia's hottest singing siren, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, performs live in a one-off concert at Conrad Jupiters Theatre this Sunday.

Jupiters Theatre will provide an intimate setting for fans to get up close and personal with the sexy songbird, the exclusive performance sure to pull a capacity crowd.

The event will be Bassingthwaighte's only Queensland concert to celebrate the release of her first solo album, 1000 Stars.

Bassingthwaighte earned her stripes playing bad girl Izzy Hoyland on Neighbours, a role that scored her a Gold Logie nomination, before exploding onto the international music scene and as the lead singer of rock group, Rogue Traders.

After wowing crowds around the globe with hits including Voodoo Child, Way To Go and Watching You, Natalie returned to Australia to host one of the nation's most popular TV programs, So You Think You Can Dance.

Now Nat is going it alone, relishing the opportunity to release her first solo album.

Co-writing and collaborating with the some of the best pop writers in the world including Paul Barry (Cher, Tina Turner), Steve Anderson (Kylie Minogue) and Jimmy Harry (Pink, Britney Spears), Conrad Jupiters ticket holders will get the very first taste of Bassingthwaighte's naked new flavour.

“This is the first time I've been able to fully express myself creatively. I've had so many amazing experiences in my career,” Bassingthwaighte said.

“I've been punky with the Rogue Traders and more sophisticated as a TV host and I've played characters on stage and TV…this album allowed me to strip back all that and just be the real me,” she said.

Tickets are limited and $50 per person. Pre-book your tickets online at ticketmaster.com.au or call Jupiters Theatre on 1300 888 086.



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