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Strip Me

While fellow pop stars like Lady Gaga and Ke$ha squabble over who's the boldest freak, Natasha Bedingfield has found a niche repping for the wide-eyed average gal. "Strip Me" is a deceptively saucy name for the lighter-waver that launches the U.K. diva's third disc – like her smash "Unwritten," it's a bouncy female-empowerment anthem. When Bedingfield strays from her airy Kelly Clarkson vibe, she can be gorgeously soulful ("Run-Run-Run"), but she has the most fun rocking out to "All I Need," a synth-heavy dance track that recalls Rihanna's "Shut Up and Drive."

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