The Talk: Natasha Bedingfield & Linda Perry
Natasha Bedingfield is known for hits like “Unwritten.” Now she and Linda Perry are teaming up for An Evening With Women, a charity event for the LA Gay & Lesbian Center.
The Talk: Natasha Bedingfield An Evening With Women
Linda Perry was a guest host with her fiancee, Sara Gilbert, on The Talk. She and Bedingfield are working together at the May 18 charity event, at the Beverly Hilton. It will be streamed online as well.
“It’s just going to be a community of women that I really love,” Bedingfield said.
The Talk: Linda Perry Charity Event
Perry is responsible for many other artists’ hits, including Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful” and Pink’s “Get This Party Started.”
Her charity event includes an auction, where celebrities donate memorabilia to help raise money. This year, there are some other prizes up for grabs.
One of them is a Pretty Woman package to help you recreate some memorable moments from the classic movie. There’s also a Bora Bora vacation, as well as some limited edition Marc Jacobs coats.
The auction hopes to raise $600,000 this year, up about $100,000 from the 2012 event.
The Talk: Kathy Griffin An Evening With Women
This year’s event will feature a performance by Sharon’s husband, Ozzy Osbourne, so it will be a family affair for The Talk.
The Talk: Natasha Bedingfield Pocketful of Sunshine
Later in the show, Natasha Bedingfield performed a stripped down version of her hit song “Pocketful of Sunshine.” This acoustic arrangement let Bedingfield’s vocal talents take center stage. If this is the type of performance audiences can expect at An Evening With Women, it should be a fantastic treat.
The Talk: Linda Perry What’s Up
To close out the show, Linda Perry took a turn at the microphone to perform her biggest hit from 4 Non Blondes, “What’s Up.” Perry also also went acoustic, accompanying herself on a guitar.