Louise Redknapp biography Louise Elizabeth Redknapp is a London-based singer, songwriter and media personality born in 1974. She was a member of the girl-band Eternal with which she rose to fame. She started her solo career soon after, creating 12 Top 20 singles. Her songs include the super-hits Stuck in the Middle and Naked. She went on to sell more than 15 million records worldwide and 5 million in the UK. In January 2020, she released her first studio album in almost two decades entitled Heavy Love. Other than music, Redknapp was a judge on UK’s So You Think You Can Dance and she has presented various television shows. In 2004, she became FHM’s Sexiest Woman of the Decade. In 2016, she amazed the world with her prowess in dancing and reached the finals in the 14th edition of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing. In 2017, she made her professional theatre debut when she starred as Sally Bowles in the UK tour of Cabaret. She is a part of 9 to 5: The Musical running in 2020. Redknapp has also been the face of campaigns for Nintendo Wii, Flora and Boots. Music: She has two compilation albums to her name: Changing Faces – The Best of Louise (2001); Finest Moments (2002). Redknapp’s list of singles includes Light of My Life (1995); Naked, One Kiss from Heaven (1996); Let’s Go Round Again (1997); All That Matters (1998); Beautiful Inside (2000); Stuck in the Middle with You (2001); Breaking Back Together (2019); Hurt (2020). TV: Her TV credits include The Hot Potato (2012); Louise: In Walked Love (1996); Louise: Light of My Life (1995); Lorainne (2016-2020); Good Morning Britain (2018-2020); Saturday Morning with James Martin (2020); Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (2006-2019); This Morning (2007-2019); The Global Awards 2019; Britain’s Got More Talent (2018); The Brit Awards 2018. Theatre: Cabaret (2017); 9 to 5 (2020).