Natasha Bedingfield Has A Chance Encounter In Her “Touch” Video

Who needs online dating services when all you have to do to meet a guy in Natasha Bedingfield’s world is spill coffee on some dude who in turn cancels a business meeting with another dude who is now freed up to have a fateful encounter with her at a party? Ah, if only… Watch the chain of events unfold in Natasha’s music video for dance-pop jam “Touch” after the jump.

Darn you, Natasha—why must you confound us with that open-to-interpretation ending?

“Touch” is the first single from Bedingfield’s forthcoming third album Strip Me. She performed the song last week at the Jane Lynch-hosted Do Something Awards and earlier this month on So You Think You Can Dance.

The music video was directed by Rich Lee, who most recently got behind the lens for Eminem’s “Not Afraid” and David Guetta and Fergie’s “Gettin’ Over You” clips.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brandon-Hall/1179383854 Brandon Hall

    Why does the chorus somehow remind me of the chorus to Kanye West’s breakout single Through The Wire?

    Video is ok, I guess.