Louise has revealed plans to make a comeback to music.
The former Eternal member-turned-solo-star is ready to round again after she posted a picture in a recording studio on her Instagram.
"I got to work with some amazing people this week thanks guys I loved it," she said.
It's also been reported that she's been in sessions with her former Eternal bandmates Easther Bennett, Vernie Bennett and Kelle Bryan, though that's not yet been fully confirmed.
Louise was a member of Eternal between 1992 - 1995 and notched up six Top 20 hits with them, including Stay and Just A Step From Heaven. View Eternal's full Official Chart history here.
She left to pursue a solo career and scored another 12 Top 40 singles before moving on to TV presenting. It 2016, she reached the final in the 14th series of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and is set to star in a new production of Cabaret.
Louise's solo career has so far consisted of 12 singles, three albums and a greatest hits collection - look back at her complete Official Chart history here. Her biggest selling single is her cover of Average White Band's Let's Go Round Again (182,000 sales), which reached Number 10 in 1997.
Her 1996 Number 5 hit Naked is her second best-seller with 161,000 sales, while her signature hit 2 Faced is third on 160,000 sales.
Louise's 2003 comeback single Pandora's Kiss finishes just outside her Top 10 biggest singles at Number 11. Despite landing in the Top 5, the track hasn't ever been available to download or stream.
Louise's Official Best Selling Singles
|1||LET'S GO ROUND AGAIN||LOUISE||10||1997|
|4||ARMS AROUND THE WORLD||LOUISE||4||1997|
|5||STUCK IN THE MIDDLE||LOUISE||4||2001|
|6||LIGHT OF MY LIFE||LOUISE||8||1995|
|7||ONE KISS FROM HEAVEN||LOUISE||9||1996|
|9||ALL THAT MATTERS||LOUISE||11||1998|
|10||IN WALKED LOVE||LOUISE||17||1996|
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When it comes to Louise's albums, her biggest is her 1996 solo debut Naked (268,000), closely followed by its 1997 follow-up Woman In Me (264,000).