Louise Redknapp gets VERY steamy as she drives fans WILD with huge comeback song Stretch
The track, the first cut from her upcoming album, has been debuted online and on BBC Radio 2 as the former Strictly Come Dancing finalist also makes waves in the 9 to 5 musical on the West End. Described as “mid-paced electric funk pop”, Stretch has already left fans very impressed online, and its music video is due on Friday. Stream it below.
The star said yesterday: “Making this album has been a real emotional and honest process for me.
“It’s been 18 years since I went into a recording studio, and with no expectations I’ve come out with a body of work which I am so proud of.
“I can’t wait for you all to hear it!”
Louise released three studio albums after leaving Eternal: the first two, Naked and Woman In Me, both went Platinum in the UK.
Heavy Love, her new collection, is due out in October.
In Stretch, the 44-year-old sings: “Can you just for a moment be more than just a tease?
“Keep me up on my toes, boy, nothing good comes for free.
“Come on baby, stretch now.”
On a sea of positive reactions, one fan tweeted: “I love it so much literally so happy that you back with music its been such a long wait but so worth it.”
Another wrote: “HOLY SH*T!! Almost crashed the car on the way to work but OH MY… #Stretch is an Absolute belter!”
Said a third: “I loveeeeeee it.”
Louise originally shot to fame in 1993 as a member of Eternal, but went solo in 1995.
She subsequently scored hits with Naked, Arms Around The World, 2 Faced and a cover of Stuck In The Middle With You.
Stretch by Louise is out now.
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