Louise Elizabeth Redknapp (born Louise Elizabeth Nurding, 4 November 1974) is an English singer and television presenter, known as a member of the girl group Eternal and subsequently as a solo singer (billed simply as "Louise").
Among UK sport fans she is known as the wife of English footballer-turned-pundit Jamie Redknapp.
In the July 2004 edition of FHM, she was named Sexiest Woman of the Decade.
While out illegally clubbing (at the age of 16) Nurding met music producer Denis Ingoldsby who was forming a girl band. She subsequently introduced him to her friend Kéllé Bryan.
Bryan and Nurding, together with sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett, formed Eternal in 1992. They performed a mixture of heavy R&B, soul, pop and dance. Eternal's debut single "Stay" entered the UK charts at number 4, and their debut album, Always and Forever, sold over 1.2 million copies in the UK.
Nurding left the band in 1995, amid rumours that she had been asked to leave by the band's management and/or record company as they wanted to market Eternal in the U.S. as an all-black R&B group. These rumours were, however, denied.
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