Ageless Natalie Imbruglia shows off her youthful face; talk first album

Age-defying Natalie Imbruglia, 46, shows off her youthful countenance as she discusses her first album… nearly 24 years after the release of her hit single Torn










Natalie Imbruglia’s career spans over three decades and started when she played Beth Brennan in Neighbors in the early 1990s.

And on Tuesday, the 46-year-old singer and actress revealed what kept her busy in 1996, in an Instagram story for BBC Two.

The Sydney-born hitmaker looked like she’d barely aged a day in 30 years as she showed off her youthful face in the clip.

What’s her secret? Natalie Imbruglia, 46, looked like she’d barely aged a day in 30 years as she showed off her youthful face in an Instagram story for BBC Two on Tuesday

She had a radiant foundation base with a hint of mascara, as well as peach cheeks and a shimmery pink pout.

She said of her memories of 1996: ‘I was in a basement in Chelsea’ [in London], scraping together pennies to pay the rent.’

And furious songwriting for what would be my first ever album release in ’97. It turned out okay,” she added.

Her debut album, Left of the Middle, catapulted her to worldwide fame.

Memories: In the clip, the singer and actress revealed what kept her busy in 1996

Memories: In the clip, the singer and actress revealed what kept her busy in 1996

Nostalgia: She said of her memories of 1996: 'I was in a basement in Chelsea' [in London], scraping together pennies to pay the rent, and furious songwriting for what would be my first-ever album release in '97.  It worked out well'

Nostalgia: She said of her memories of 1996: ‘I was in a basement in Chelsea’ [in London], scraping together pennies to pay the rent, and furious songwriting for what would be my first-ever album release in ’97. It worked out well’

Her catchy single Torn, originally written by American band Ednaswap, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

But the former soap star lost to Celine Dion’s hit My Heart Will Go On.

She released five more studio albums, starred in films and was a judge on the UK and Australian versions of The X Factor.

Motherhood: Natalie welcomed her first child, a son named Max, in 2019 at the age of 44 with the help of IVF and a sperm donor

Motherhood: Natalie welcomed her first child, a son named Max, in 2019 at the age of 44 with the help of IVF and a sperm donor

Natalie welcomed her first child, a son named Max, in 2019 at age 44 with the help of IVF and a sperm donor.

She recently told the Spinning Plates podcast that she gave other women her personal phone number so she could guide them through the stressful IVF process.

“I think it’s important during the journey to have support,” she said.

“So if I ever meet strangers at a dinner party and they want to talk about IVF, I give them my number and say ‘ask me anything’ because it would have been really nice to have that.”

Support System: She recently told the Spinning Plates podcast that she gave other women her personal phone number so she could guide them through the stressful IVF process

Support System: She recently told the Spinning Plates podcast that she gave other women her personal phone number so she could guide them through the stressful IVF process

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