‘Very single’ Louise Redknapp would snog David Beckham if Victoria wasn’t in pic

Louise Redknapp has opened up about being "very single" while saying she'd "snog David Beckham " if he was on the market.

The 45-year-old musician and media personality addressed her love life while at her socially-distanced gig, Heavy Love – Intimate and Live, on Friday.

According to The Sun, the bombshell told fans she'd snog on Becks if he wasn't married to his Victoria Beckham while playing a game of "snog, marry or avoid" during a Q & A session.

She answered questions from fans at The Clapham Grand in South London, and was asked who she'd rather snog, marry or avoid out of Becks, Leonardo DiCaprio or Robbie Williams.

The former Eternal singer revealed: "I'd most probably snog them all if they were single."

After her concert, Louise was quizzed on her relationship status while leaving the venue.

Louise and her former husband Jamie Redknapp split in 2017 after 19 years of marriage.

When asked by MailOnline if she was dating anyone at the moment, she swiftly replied she is "very, very single" before getting into a car and leaving.

Mum-of-two Louise also teased an Eternal comeback as she said the group's former members have discussed getting together.

When asked about a reunion for the R&B girl group, she said: "It is definitely something I would be up for doing.

"We have talked about it. Who knows – we'll see what next year brings."

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Louise recently admitted she turned down a huge role on Friends in 1998.

She revealed she'd turned down the part of Emily, wife of David Schwimmer’s character Ross Geller.

Louise explained: "I didn’t have a lot of time and a lot of people were investing money into the album. Back in the day Top Of The Pops was huge, so I turned it down."

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