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Highgate drama school pupil becomes Tinkerbell in Natasha Bedingfield music video

15:00 03 August 2014

Ella Lellis dressed up as a fairy to star in Natasha Bedingfield

Ella Lellis dressed up as a fairy to star in Natasha Bedingfield's new music video

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A Highgate drama school pupil donned fairy wings to become Disney icon Tinkerbell for the day as she starred in a pop star’s music video.

Seven-year-old Ella Lellis, who attends Stagecoach Highgate in North Road, joined four other Stagecoach pupils from across the country to dance in Natasha Bedingfield’s video for her new song Who I Am, released on Monday (July 28) .

The song features in Disney film Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy, which is available on DVD and Blu-ray.

Stagecoach managing director Sarah Kelly said: “We are delighted to announce our latest partnership with Disney. Having such a world-renowned brand ask to work with us recognises the quality of both our teaching and our students’ abilities, and it is a great opportunity for some of our students to star in a music video.”

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