Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 17 September 2014

Redknapp: I won't do Big Reunion

Louise Redknapp doesn't want to reform with girlband Eternal

Louise Redknapp has said she doesn't mind if Eternal want to reform without her, but she won't be joining them.

The TV presenter and former pop star told The Daily Mirror she had no intention of following the hordes of 90s bands entering The Big Reunion, but was fine with it if her bandmates wanted to.

She said: "It would be fun, but if Eternal were ever to get back together it would be a new song with a real purpose rather than just a TV thing.

"I wouldn't be upset at all if the girls wanted to reunite without me."

Louise hasn't given up on a performing career just yet - she revealed she would love to take to the West End stage.

"I'd love to be in a West End musical, like the bad witch in Wicked."

ITV show The Big Reunion has seen many of Eternal's contemporaries reform for a second shot at fame, including Blue, Atomic Kitten and Five.

A second series has been announced and Eternal was one of the bands rumoured to be approached for getting back together.

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