Natalie Imbruglia Goes Topless in 'Want' Music Video


Natalie Imbruglia Goes Topless in 'Want' Music Video
Imbruglia is hoping that her ex is getting all he wants but she turns bitter about it in the second half of the video.


Natalie Imbruglia rolls around topless in her new music video for "Want". The first official single from her upcoming album "Come to Life", "Want" is a track which is penned by Chris Martin of Coldplay. "It was completely out of the blue," Imbruglia recalled the songwriting experience. "It's incredibly generous of him, but he's like that."

The music video that sees Imbruglia taping herself using hand-held camera, was filmed back on August 25 with director Diane Martel (The Pussycat Dolls' "Whatcha Think About That", Ciara's "Like a Boy"). Half through the video, the seemingly 'okay' Imbruglia turns sad when she is seen with mascara running down her face.

"Come to Life" which is the fourth studio album from the Australian singer will be released October 5 in U.K. "I wrote different kinds of songs," she said about the album. "I was single. I was out of my record deal, so there was a sense of freedom and fun that I wanted to express and I wanted to try something a bit more sexy, which I had never really done before."

Natalie Imbruglia's "Want" music video

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