I'm still spending parts of my day listening to Australian music via Lord Wiki's list of ARIA winners and nominations.
Recently I listened to Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn".
I recognized it right away, and not from the last few years. I guess I had heard it when it was popular. It turns out that it did fairly well in the United States.
Anyway, I'm amazed by the cuteness of Natalie Imbruglia. I think she's maybe the cutest adult female human I have ever seen. It's not just how she looks, but how she sings as well. Her voice is full of cuteness.
I don't have a crush on her...at least not yet. She might be too cute.
But then she's not too cute in an annoying way.
Maybe she's cute in a baby kitten kind of way.
Lord Wiki says Imbruglia was named the 6th most naturally beautiful woman of all time in some list made in 2004.
Here's an article with the list of the top ten. Three of the ten are Australian. Cate Blanchett is #3 and Elle MacPherson is #10.
The #1 winner is Audrey Hepburn.
I don't know if I think Imbruglia is more beautiful than the other woman on the list; but I do think she's cuter.
Cuteness and beauty are in the eyes of the beholder...of course.
I learned from Lord Wiki that Imbruglia was on Neighbours. I'm going to watch a clip. I want to see if she's as cute when acting rather than singing.
It's a long video, and it's taking me a long time to get to the Imbruglia part.
Okay....I finally see it. She appears at around 4:50. At least I think it's Imbruglia. Lord Wiki says she played a Beth on Neighbours. Unless there's another teen Beth on Neighbours, I guess this is her. She looks very different, and a bit less cute. It could be an age thing. Maybe Imbruglia is one of those people who gets better with age.
Lord Wiki has a picture of her in her early 30's. She looks very elegant...more beautiful, but less cute.
Now I'm watching one of her more recent music videos. It's called "Want". Embedding is disabled; so here's the link.
Imbruglia is beautiful, cute, and sexy.
Right now I'm thinking....
With all these beautiful Australians out there; I continue to wonder why the Tallygarunga players don't use them more often for their characters.