Natalie Lowe born 15 August 1980 (age 34) is an Australian professional dancer and Ballroom expert.
Lowe is a four-time Australian Dance Champion. She is from Sydney, Australia. She joined Seven Network's Dancing with the Stars in 2004, partnering athlete Matt Shirvington. She then partnered Ian Roberts, and won the 2006 series with AFL legend Anthony Koutoufides. She then partnered Home and Away actor Tim Campbell, and in 2008 partnered boxer Danny Green.
Natalie competed as a new professional dancer on the seventh series of the original British version of Strictly Come Dancing, partnering Hollyoaks' Ricky Whittle. Lowe joined the show with fellow newcomers Aliona Vilani and Katya Virshilas. After their first dance together in front of the judges, Lowe and Whittle were described by head judge Len Goodman as maybe the most formidable couple Strictly Come Dancing had ever seen. Even so, Lowe and Whittle finished second overall. She competed in the 2010 series partnering Scott Maslen. Her professional partner in this series was New Zealand professional Brendan Cole. Lowe and Maslen were eliminated in the semi-final of the competition along with Gavin Henson and Katya Virshilas.
On 15 June 2011 the BBC announced that Natalie Lowe will again be one of the professional dancers teaching a celebrity in the 2011 series of Strictly Come Dancing. She was partnered with Boxer Audley Harrison, they were the sixth couple to leave. In the 2012 tenth series her partner was former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan; they placed 7th.