Eternal on reunion: It isn't 'right time' for Louise
Eternal claim their former bandmate Louise Redknapp won't join them on 'The Big Reunion' because it isn't the "right time" for her
Louise Redknapp won't appear on 'The Big Reunion' because it isn't the "right time for her".
Girl group Eternal - consisting of Kelle Bryan and sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett - have claimed their former bandmate isn't ready to reunite with the 'Stay' hitmakers but will support their endeavours on the show.
Speaking on ITV's 'Lorraine' today (27.01.14), Kelle said: "She's really supportive of us doing the show. It wasn't quite the right time for her to be involved and the right forum, but she wishes us all the best. And for her, she thinks Eternal is a really big and special part of her life."
Louise was part of the chart-topping girl group when they first ruled the charts in 1992 but left the band in 1995 to pursue a solo career.
The remaining 'Angel of Mine' singers are enjoying their reunion and have bonded over motherhood.
Kelly added: "Going through the process of 'The Big Reunion', I've found out so much about Vernie and Easther that I didn't know; their passion for music and how passionate they are. I think the bottom line is we wanted to put the past behind us. We're all mums, we've all got kids."
'The Big Reunion' begins on ITV2 on February 6.