One of Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest, Natalie Shugars is a nationally renowned entertainer, three-time Maxim Magazine model, and Image and Style Influencer. Hailing from Latrobe Pennsylvania, Natalie has performed internationally; from the stages of Vegas, to The House of Blues, to back to her home turf at Heinz Field. She has also modeled for companies like Wal-Greens, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Fisher Price.
As a national recording artist, Natalie returned home and became the first female to write and record an award-winning Steelers fight song. She performed her hit song "I Love Black ‘n’ Gold" both live at the AFC Championship game and later at the Rock Steelers Style Fashion Show honoring the late Dan Rooney. The song went on to win “Best Fight Song Of The Year” through ESPN Radio. Natalie was also named as a local legend of her hometown, Latrobe, in the book “Legendary Locals of Latrobe" along with Fred Rogers and Arnold Palmer.
Natalie can be spotted all around town in her show, N'at Around Town, as the founder of ReNew You, a boutique image and style program, the spokesperson for several large corporations, producing and recording Pittsburgh's first ever rock anthem, playing a dynamic role in the upcoming moving 116 MacDougal, and most recently, back in the recording studio working on her latest album.