Reality television is slowly but surely taking over the World, with more and more brand new reality television shows being thought up all the time. One such show was The Big Reunion, which saw former pop groups from the 90s, coming back together for a big reunion tour.
The show proved to be very successful, bringing back groups such as Five, Blue, Atomic Kitten and B*Witched, as well as selling out on The Big Reunion tour. This has led to talks of a possible second season of The Big Reunion, with Eternal one of the groups being linked to the show.
Now, Louise Redknapp, who was an original member of Eternal, has admitted that she would be happy for the Eternal girls to get back together for The Big Reunion, although she had no interest in being involved in the show.
Redknapp was chatting with The Mirror about a possible Eternal reunion, when she explained, "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. But I wouldn't be upset at all if the girls wanted to reunite without me."
Eternal was made up of sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett, who later added Kelle Bryan and Louise Redknapp, who performed under her maiden name Louise Nurding, before leaving in 1995.
Who would you like to see on the new season of The Big Reunion.