EA signs Natasha Bedingfield

Electronic Arts’ Casual Entertainment label is the latest to use a celebrity face to help promote a mass-market console title.

The firm has signed up pop singer Natasha Bedingfield as the spokesperson for its new Boogie SuperStar game for the Nintendo Wii.

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