Pop legend looks unrecognisable as he’s spotted busking in street 20 years after hit single
15.12.2022 - 00:05
FORMER singing sensation Daniel Bedingfield looks unrecognisable as he was spotted busking on the street. The noughties pop star was seen performing for onlookers 20 years after his multiple hit singles. Daniel, 43, is behind hit tracks such as Gotta Get Thru This, which he released in 2001 and reached number one in the UK.
He also released, If You're Not The One in 2002, and Never Gonna Leave Your Side in 2003, both of which where UK number ones. But the New Zealand native has since remained mostly out of the limelight and is focused on making music for his more loyal fans. He recently took to social media to post a video of his latest project.
READ MORE ON DANIELBEARD-INGFIELD Daniel Bedingfield is unrecognisable from 00's pop fame with in rare picThen and now Remember singer Daniel Bedingfield? This is what he looks like now The barefoot star was seen performing on the street, strumming on his guitar an wearing casual clothing. The former hitmaker had his hair tied up in a bun and was dressed in a what looks like a khaki robe coat. He was also seen wearing harem style trousers as he tapped his feet along with his new track.
Most read in ShowbizDISGRACED STAR Inside life of Stephen Bear from reality Z-lister to revenge porn creepCAR-NT BELIEVE IT Kelvin Fletcher dad-shamed over video of daughter, 5, and son, 3, drivingGREEN DREAM Maisie Smith reveals rock hard abs as she poses in bikini during Lapland breakwinter wonderland Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan show off HUGE garden in the snow Daniel captioned the video: "New beginnings in cdmx." And his fans flooded the comments section of his post. Bestselling artist Pixie Lott leant her support to the former X Factor New Zealand star. She commented on the post: "
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint
on the news if you find it unreliable.