Louise Redknapp has revealed her hopes of reuniting with her former Eternal band members. The 43-year-old, who was a part of the popular R&B group from 1992-1995, confessed that it simply came down to the "right time", noting that there were no bad feelings between herself, Kéllé Bryan, Vernie Bennett and Easther Bennett. Speaking to Heart.co.uk on Friday morning, Louise shared: "I think it would be possible. I think we all love music so much and we've all come such a long way in our personal lives that I don't think there would ever be any bad feelings remaining."
Louise Redknapp was with Eternal in the nineties
She added: "I think it would just be a case of timing and the right records but I would never rule it out. I think time changes and you realise how lucky you were to be part of something so amazing." Opening up about her time with Eternal, who produced hits such as I Wanna Be the Only One and Stay, the Strictly star explained: "I think when you're in a band, you've got each other's backs and there's always someone there on a bad day to pick up the pieces, whereas when you're on your own it all falls on you. I think being part of a band you take on those pressures together and it's kind of like your problems are halved."
Louise has been throwing herself into work in recent weeks following her very public split from husband Jamie Redknapp. The couple, who were married for 19 years, announced their split in September and were granted a quickie divorce in just 20 seconds at the start of the year. Mum-of-two Louise recently signed a solo music deal with Warner, and went on to tour with her Intimate & Live show - her first in more than 15 years.
Read the full interview at Heart.co.uk and tune into Louise on Heart, 8 and 15 April from 7-10pm