Louise Redknapp dares to bare in see-through shirt showcasing killer vocals

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Louise Redknapp has left fans feeling nostalgic after appearing as a guest on kooky BBC show I Can See Your Voice.

The Eternal singer, who enjoyed chart success in the girl group in the 90s before carving out a solo career of her own, joined Amanda Holden, Jimmy Carr and Alison Hammond on this weekend's show.

Looking stylish as ever, Louise, 46, sexed up her look with a sheer shirt.

Teasing her gym-honed frame, the yummy mummy flashed her dark bra as she tried to work out who could sing and who couldn't.

In a final twist, Louise joined the last singer standing for a duet.

The pair belted out 1997 hit Let's Go Round Again by Average White Band.

As she took to the stage to perform the track, viewers took Twitter to express their joy and shock at seeing the starlet sing live.

One fan wrote: "Didn't realise Louise Redknapp has a really decent voice! #icanseeyourvoice."

Another added: "Louise Redknapp on that singing show though," before adding a heart eyed emoji.

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"Beautiful lady with a beautiful voice," a third viewer tweeted at the starlet.

A third chimed in: @LouiseRedknapp seeing you perform live on a Saturday night has made my night and one of my fave songs. #LetsGoRoundAgain."

A fourth added: "Great to see Louise back singing in any capacity."

Louise, who used to be married to footballer Jamie Redknapp, recently revealed how her mum fears her hunky gay pals will put potential boyfriends off.

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Speaking to Dan Hudson and James Barr on their A Gay And a Nongay podcast, Louise said: "My mum said to me, 'When you're sat there with eight boys, maybe men aren't not coming up to ask you out because they think one of them is your boyfriend…"

She chuckled: "It just made me laugh… I don't want to have to wear a T-shirt saying, 'They're all gay men!'"

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