Louise Redknapp debuts BRIGHT RED hair do (but reveals she’s just using a photo filter!)

Louise Redknapp debuts BRIGHT RED hair do (but reveals she’s just using a photo filter!) as she enjoys chilled Sunday with gal pal Amber Davies

Louise Redknapp debuted a new do on Sunday, as she took to Instagram to show off bright red locks.

Looking aghast at her colour choice, Louise was seen rolling around with gal pal Amber Davies and laughing at the makeover.

But things became clear in another video, in which Louise, 45, suddenly had a neon pink mane.

Fire! Louise Redknapp debuted a new do on Sunday, as she took to Instagram to show off bright red locks

The girls were enjoying a chilled Sunday afternoon hanging out together, and playing around with a filter on Amber’s phone.

They also posted a cute snap as they lay next to each other on the sofa, legs in the air.

This follows Louise’s admission that she is ‘very single’ at her recent gig at the Clapham Grand. 

When asked whether there was a significant other in her life, Louise, who split from husband Jamie in 2017, admitted: ‘I am very very single!’

Gal pals: Louise and Amber Davies were enjoying a chilled Sunday afternoon hanging out together, and playing around with a filter on Amber's phone. They also posted a cute snap as they lay next to each other on the sofa, legs in the air

Gal pals: Louise and Amber Davies were enjoying a chilled Sunday afternoon hanging out together, and playing around with a filter on Amber’s phone. They also posted a cute snap as they lay next to each other on the sofa, legs in the air

Larking around: But things became clear in another video, in which Louise, 45, suddenly had a neon pink mane

Oh dear! Looking aghast at her colour choice, Louise was seen rolling around with gal pal Amber and laughing at the makeover

Larking around: But things became clear in another video, in which Louise, 45, suddenly had a neon pink mane

Louise went on to discuss the potential for an Eternal reunion, and admitted that it was ‘definitely’ on the cards.

She explained: ‘[An Eternal reunion] is definitely something I would be up for doing. We have talked about it. And who knows… we’ll see what next year brings…’ 

Louise was part of the R&B girl group from 1992 to 2000 alongside Easther Bennett, her sister Vernie, and Kelle Bryan, however Louise did not join the trio when they made a comeback in 2013. 

Performer: The singer put on a sizzling display as she took to the stage at Clapham Grand last Friday for a socially distanced gig

Performer: The singer put on a sizzling display as she took to the stage at Clapham Grand last Friday for a socially distanced gig

Glam: She appeared to be in good spirits as she wowed the socially distanced audience

Glam: She appeared to be in good spirits as she wowed the socially distanced audience

Last week: Louise's ex-husband Jamie revealed his celebrity friends still tease him about the so-called Strictly curse, nearly three years after his divorce from his wife of 19 years, Louise.

Last week: Louise’s ex-husband Jamie revealed his celebrity friends still tease him about the so-called Strictly curse, nearly three years after his divorce from his wife of 19 years, Louise.

Last week, Louise’s ex-husband Jamie revealed his celebrity friends still tease him about the so-called Strictly curse, nearly three years after his divorce from his wife of 19 years, Louise.

The BBC series was blamed for the demise of his relationship with the singer as they split shortly after competing on the series with professional dancer Kevin Clifton in late 2016. 

‘Of course, Freddie [Flintoff] and I get some stick but there’s nobody who gives it and can’t take it. I’ve never really felt uncomfortable with a joke’, the former footballer, 47, said about the jokes made by his A League of Their Own co-stars in a new interview. 

The sports pundit, who has barely spoken about his divorce publicly, insisted he’s used to getting made fun out of as he added to Ireland’s Sunday Independent: ‘I’ve been in football dressing-rooms since I was 11 years of age and there was always a lot of slagging.

‘I was in the Liverpool dressing-room with Ray Houghton, John Barnes and Ronnie Whelan. If you can handle that, you can handle A League of Their Own.’ 

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