Louise Redknapp and her Eternal bandmates are reportedly being lined up for the next series of The Big Reunion.
The 90s girl group – Louise, with sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett and Kelle Bryan – are said to be ‘keen’ to appear on the hit ITV2 show, reported The Sun.
“Eternal are really keen to reform. They had some huge hits. The girls are all friends and love the idea of giving the band one last outing,” a source told the newspaper.
The Big Reunion brought back fellow 90s acts Blue, 5ive, 911, B*Witched, The Honeyz and Atomic Kitten when it premiered earlier this year.
Louise, who is married to former footballer Jamie Redknapp, has previously said she had no intentions of appearing on the show.
“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,” she told the Daily Mirror in May.
Eternal, who formed in 1992, continued as a trio until 1998, after Louise left in 1995 to pursue a solo career. They had hits with Oh Baby I and Power Of A Woman, and their Always And Forever album was the first album by a female group to sell more than one million copies in the UK.