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Thursday 14th June 2012

Daniel Bedingfield speaks about his musical comeback

THE NEW ZEALAND-born singer Daniel Bedingfield, who from 2001 to 2005 had a series of major pop hits in the UK and the USA, has given a controversial interview to the Dishmaster blog site. Bedingfield, who in the past has clearly communicated his Christian faith, spoke about his new independent EP 'Stop The Traffik: Secret Fear' and the video for the song "Rocks Off". He told the Dishmaster, "It is misogynistic. It's an expression. Art doesn't have to be balanced. . . I wrote the thing. I'm trying to say something behind that video, and one of those things is that I don't give a f*** about clothes or what I'm wearing, and I desire to be naked in all my music and in this interview. And also - guys getting stripped by girls . . . I think that's quite funny." CR

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