Louise Redknapp pulls out of Eternal reunion after her bandmates REFUSE to play ... trends now
Eternal, who shot to stardom in the nineties, were planning a huge reunion tour next year, with the highlights including performances at Pride and Mighty Hoopla.
Both festivals celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, however the tour dates apparently did not go down well with band members Easther and Vernie Bennett.
The sisters allegedly did not want to play the gigs because they believe the gay community is being 'hijacked' by the trans community.
It has been revealed Louise and her team received a message from Vernie and Easther, stating they would not be involved in any Pride shows or LGBTQ+ festivals.
I'm out! Louise Redknap p has pulled out of an Eternal reunion after two members of the band refused to play LGBTQ + festivals and Pride on the tour (Lousie performing at Brighton Pride in August)
Backing out: Eternal, who shot to stardom in the nineties, were planning a huge reunion tour next year, with the highlights including performances at Pride and Mighty Hoopla
Louise's publicist, Simon Jones, said: 'A message was sent to the team putting together the Eternal reunion stating that if it was to go ahead, neither Vernie nor Easther would perform at Pride shows or LGBTQ+ festivals.
'This was because the duo felt that the gay community was being hijacked by the trans community and they do not support this.
'Louise is a huge supporter and