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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Who Do You Love lyrics
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    3I'll Fly Away lyrics
    4In Our Room lyrics
    5Our Love Is Here To Stay lyrics
    6For Your Eyes Only lyrics
    7Bed Time lyrics
    82 Faced lyrics
    9Lost lyrics
    10Beautiful Inside lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Elbow Beach [2000]
    2Naked [1996]
    3Finest Moments [2002]
    4Woman In Me [1997]
    5Changing Faces: The Best Of Louise [2001]
    6The Greatest [1998]


    Louise was born in Lewisham, London, but grew up in the town East Grinstead, West Sussex where she attended Imberhorne Secondary School. She first came to prominence as a member of the all girl group Eternal. After a string of hits in 1993-4 from debut album Always & Forever (which became the first by an all girl group to sell over one million copies in the UK), she left the group in 1995 to pursue a solo career.

    So far, Louise has registered twelve Top 20 hits, and earned herself several Brit Award nominations. Her debut solo album 'Naked' sold over a million copies world wide as did the follow up 1997's 'Woman In Me'. Both albums went Platinum in the UK. 1997 also saw Louise set off on her first UK tour. playing at over 20 sell out venues across the country including Wembley Arena.

    She married now-retired Liverpool and England football player Jamie Redknapp in the Caribbean on June 29, 1998. They have a son called Charley.

    In 2001, after trying out a more grown up sound on her third LP Elbow Beach (named after the place where she got married), Louise left her record label and a "best of" album, Changing Faces, was released. This was followed by another "best of" collection from EMI (but with a slightly different tracklisting), Finest Moments, in 2002.

    She has since completed a 2002 UK-wide tour, tried her hand at TV presenting (on CD:UK) and hit the UK Top 5 again with "Pandora's Kiss" in 2003.

    In the July 2004 edition of FHM, she was named Sexiest Woman of the Decade.

    Louise is now planning on making a comeback to the music scene in 2006. She has a new album finished and hopes to release it sometime this year. She has also just signed to a new management company Merlin Elite. There are also several TV projects in the pipeline, including an appearance on BBC1 on March 25th 2006 to perform her Top 5 single "Stuck In The Middle With You".

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