Louise on the WWW Logo
Site Navigation
Drop-Down List


My Louise Encounter


Louise News
Louise/Jamie News
Louise Diary
Fan Club Newsletters
Website Updates


1997 No Sweat Tour
Party in the Park


Louise Awards
Website Awards

Contact Me

Contact Me
Sign Guestbook
View Guestbook


Search Engines
On-Line Shopping
Search This Site
Site Map



My Other Websites

My Other Websites

Website Survey - Your Views Count!!

MSN LinkExchange Service

Recommend This Page     (Wanna Link To This Site? Click Here)


Source:  TV Hits Magazine
Date:  December 1997
Heading:  Hanging Around with Louise.
Interviewer:  Craig Young


In the depths of the East End of London, right at the top of the old Financial Times building - normally a still and ghost-like place - music can be heard. As I reach the top, I'm greeted by Louise swinging through the air on stell helicopter ladders, wearing a daring but very sexy, red leather trouser suit. Nice! So what's going on, I hear you ask. Well, Lou's making the video for her seventh solo single, "Lets Go Round Again", in which she plays a full-on action-girl, and I've been invited to hang around the set - not on the ladder, mind!

So What's the new video about?
This is the story - we're breaking into a building to uncover this big operation, but what we don't realise is we're being filmed, so then we habve to escape. It's exciting doing a video like this for a change - you get fed up doing videos where you just flirt at the cameras all the time. It gets a bit boring!

What kind of action girl would you be, given the choice - Pamela Anderson-Lee in Barb Wire, Demi Moore in G.I. Jane, or Anneka Rice in Treasure Hunt?
Definitely not Pamela Anderson! I'd probably be Demi Moore, but I wouldn't shave me hair off' cos I'd look disgusting!

Of all the videos you've done so far, which has been you favourite?
Up until now I think "Naked" was the most dynamic, and it was also a change, direction wise, for me - but hopefully this one will look the best. I'm having good fun so far.

Do you find making videos tiring?
Well, take today - I've been up since six this morning and we're scheduled to finish at around three tomorrow morning! Also, there's a lot of hanging about, waiting while the crew set up the next shot. So yeah, it can get very tiring, especially when you know you've got a photoshoot tomorrow.

I'd have thought you be used to that by now after six years in the business - do you feel like you're the grandma of pop yet, at the grand age of 23?
You know, it's really funny - I was just listening to the radio and an advert came on for Eternal Greatest Hits, and they played Stay and Save Our Love. It really took me back, you know? That was, like five years ago - it's scary. This year I did quite a lot of the summer roadshows and stuff, and there're all these new bands and they all seem young, and all the ones that were there the year before or the year before that are gone. I have to make all these new friends again, or I just sit in the corner being Billy-no-mates!

So do you see yourself still doing this when you're 50, like Tina Turner and Cher?
I would love to be doing this at 50. Maybe not the same stuff as I'm doing now! I'd also like to have accomplished a number of different by the time I'm that age. It'd be nice to come back now and again to do some recording. But Tina Turner's got far better legs than I have now, so I doubt I'll have as good legs when I'm 50! (I think a lot of people would disagree with you there, Lou - you're being far too modest!)

What's it feel like to win all these awards for the most fanciable female and sexiest woman and all that?
I can't pretend I'm not flattered, but y'know, I just wish I was! (Come on, now!) I don't overtly go out selling myself as sex, y'know. I look in the mirror somedays and think, what is all the fuss about? Also, I'd hate to think I was alienating women or being seen to be degrading them, because that's not how it is. But at the end of the day, it boils down to the music and that's whats important to me.

So, What does the future hold for Louise?
Well, the tour starts soon, which I'm really nervous about and excited about at the same time, y'know? I think it's really important to give fans a good, entertaining show, so we're really working hard rehearsing for it. I've got a good choreographer and a live band as well.

Will you be doing any of the old Eternal tracks?
I might be. I'm kinda working it out at the moment, doing the vocals and stuff. Easther was the lead and her range is higher than mine, but, y'know, I'm gonna try and do my own tribute to the girls.

'WhatUSeek' IntraSearch Engine
(Website Search Engine)
(Enter A Few Key Words and Then Click 'Search')

Search This Site The Web

Esprit International - Louise

Blackwell's On-Line BookShop (Free Delivery Within The UK)
Blackwell's BookShop

Amazon UK Home Page!
BlackStar Home Page - The UK's Biggest Video Store!!
Amazon Home Page


You are Visitor Number:

to Come to This Site Since 1th November 1996.

Active Channel
Subscribe This Website As An MS IE4/5 Active Channel:

Microsoft IE4/5 Channel File


Why not register this page so that you will be sent an email when this page is updated!

Enter your email address to receive email (courtesy of NetMind) when this page is updated:

Top of the Page


Any Comments/Suggestions? E-mail Them To The Webmaster at

© 1996-2001 Aaron Brigatti. ® All Rights Reserved.