Natalia Kills - Wikipedia
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Her acting debut was in New Voices . She had a regular role as Sima on the TV sitcom All About Me and as Amy Franks in the BBC 's radio drama The Archers . She began writing songs at 14. [19] After finishing with The Archers in 2003, She began pursuing a music career and had a significant breakthrough as "Candy Rapper" in 2003, when she won a BBC Radio 1 MC Battle in Leeds . [5] She signed to the UK record company Adventures in Music and released her first single " Don't Play Nice " under the name Verbalicious in February 2005. Sinclair told W that her childhood nickname from her mother was "Verbal" because she talked and sang a lot. She adopted the name and variations of it as her stage name at some points during her career. [20]

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“I felt like ‘doing good’ went against my inner nature. I felt like I made a lot of mistakes by trying to be a better person. I would love to meet the 17 year old me and tell her to do some drugs, drink a little, and have tons of sex.

Her acting debut was in New Voices . She had a regular role as Sima on the TV sitcom All About Me and as Amy Franks in the BBC 's radio drama The Archers . She began writing songs at 14. [19] After finishing with The Archers in 2003, She began pursuing a music career and had a significant breakthrough as "Candy Rapper" in 2003, when she won a BBC Radio 1 MC Battle in Leeds . [5] She signed to the UK record company Adventures in Music and released her first single " Don't Play Nice " under the name Verbalicious in February 2005. Sinclair told W that her childhood nickname from her mother was "Verbal" because she talked and sang a lot. She adopted the name and variations of it as her stage name at some points during her career. [20]

Host Dominic Bowden announced the sackings, saying: "Yes, following last night's show, MediaWorks has made the decision that Willy Moon and Natalia Kills are leaving the show.

Speaking in 2013, she said: "I mean, I just can't believe it. I had nowhere to live. I was staying on the floor of a hostel in Earls Court for over a year and then I did a bunch of bad s**t, got on a plane to LA and then two years later I had sold over 800,000 singles. I was flying business class and staying in suites and penthouses - I can't f**king believe it. I wrote 14 songs and that's what happened? My life was changed forever. If you would have asked me, the person sleeping on the floor in Earls Court, 'You're 26 - where are you?' I would never have thought this. I would have probably thought I was dead by now. Or a stripper."

And in another interview she added: "I had to think about how I can say all this stuff without everyone hating me for it… I ran away from home, bought a plane ticket to Hollywood and stayed in $25 hotels every night. I was trying to not sugar-coat it while making people accept you for who you are. I was very lucky that I found a way to explain it with music. It’s like when everything bad you have ever done has built up to one huge disaster. Well, that is what ‘Trouble’ is to me. It represents every mistake I have made, plus more. It has a purpose and a soul to it. It is a lot more than just a bunch of teenage bullshit, ha ha.

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