Natasha Bedingfield, the English singer and songwriter, will be the new face of game publisher Electronic Arts' upcoming video game, Boogie SuperStar.

Boogie SuperStar, made for Nintendo's Wii, is a karaoke game that also captures players dancing moves on screen. "Boogie SuperStar brings to life all the fun and excitement of performing," said Bedingfield," in a statement. "Being on stage is such a thrill and it's great to be a part of an EA video game that lets girls experience how much fun it is to express themselves and explore their own creativity by performing."

In addition to promoting the game, three of Bedingfield's songs from her January release, "Pocketful of Sunshine" (Epic Records) will be playable in game. The three songs are "Angle", "Love Like This" and the title track from the album.

Bedingfield has worked with EA before. Her song "Pocketful of Sunshine" was on the soundtrack for another EA game, The Sims 2: Free Time. However, she sang it in the made up language of the game, Similish.

Boogie SuperStar, which will be released later this fall, will have nearly 40 tracks in it from artists such as Avril Lavigne, Katy Perry, Jordan Pruitt, Britney Spears and Fall Out Boy.