Louise Redknapp: Jamie Redknapp’s ex speaks out on upsetting news ‘So sad’
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Singer Louise Redknapp, 45, spoke out on Twitter last night. The pop star took to the social media site after hearing that a popular UK music venue would be closing, amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Louise retweeted a post from a Manchester news company which announced the closure of two venues in the city.
The original post read: “BREAKING: Manchester’s Deaf Institute and Gorilla music venues are closing.”
The former Eternal star shared the post with her 136,800 followers and told fans she was “so sad” to read the news.
She tweeted: “So sad. Gorilla such a great venue!”
Twitter users and fans took to the comments section of their post to express their sadness at the news.
“I saw you there!” one user wrote,” while sharing a picture of Louise performing at the venue.
“Look how happy you look! That’s sad it’s now closing,” the fan went on to say.
“I saw you there too,” another Twitter user said, before adding: “Really is a great venue, I hope someone takes it over soon.”
A third remarked: “The first thing I thought of was intimate and live. That was an amazing night Louise. This makes me so sad. I worry there is more to come like this as gorilla was a well known and well attended venue xxx.”
“OMG I AM GUTTED this venue is perfect,” a disappointed fourth fan said.
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Earlier in the month, Louise joined the Let The Music Play campaign, urging the government to step in and help the music industry which is now struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.
She shared pictures from her album tour, which was cancelled in March because of COVID-19, with her 705,000 followers on Instagram to shine a light on the movement.
She wrote: “Here’s a look back to March this year just before we had to cancel the Heavy Love Tour due to COVID-19.
“The whole tour could not be possible without everyone involved from my band to my crew and everyone who works so hard behind the scenes to put the live shows together.
“Due to coronavirus the live industry is on the verge of collapse with venues and festivals on the verge of closing and people losing their jobs.
“It’s time for the government to step up and help everyone in the industry. #LetTheMusicPlay.”
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