Louise Redknapp showered Brain Conley with compliments as the TV star made himself comfortable on her bed. The 44-year-old singer shared a video of the comedian relaxing in a stripped dressing gown on her Instagram Story. In the clip, the 57-year-old comic is seen smiling at the camera as he explained to viewers why he was on the bed. He said: “Louise Redknapp said come and lay on my bed and so I did.”
As the camera panned to his legs, the performer joked: “Don’t get my legs in, Louise. They are all worn a bit.”
Insisting he had a lovely set of pins on him, the songstress replied: “Look at those legs, they are lovely legs.”
Seemingly referring to his attire, she continued: “I won’t get to show your outfit.”
Making light of the situation, Brian quipped: “All right, it enough now. I’m married.”
Also, Louise, who previously appeared on the BBC dance contest Strictly Come Dancing, etched “Best tea maker in the business,” across the footage.
Earlier in the day, the former spouse of Jamie Redknapp told fans she was decorating her dressing room following her return to 9 to 5: The Musical.
Sharing a behind-the-scenes video with her 615,000 Instagram followers, she discussed preparing for her second week in the West End production.
She divulged: “So it’s my second week in 9 to 5 and I’m starting to make my room a little more cosy.
“I’ve got a blow-up bed now, so I can have a nap. If you come to see 9 to 5 I can’t wait to see you and hope you enjoy the show.”
The former Eternal star was forced to pull out of the musical back in January following a fall which left her needing 10 stitches.
Louise also fractured her wrist and injured her chin; she tweeted at the time to tell fans she would be postponing her debut.
In the tweet, she wrote: “It breaks my heart to say I am having to take some time out and won’t be able to continue with my role in 9-5.
“Due to a nasty fall I have only gone and fractured my wrist and got 10 (yes 10) stitches in my chin.
“Following my doctors orders – they have said I will be OK but as they say in the theatre ‘the show must go on’ and I wish the rest of the fabulous cast an amazing opening night and I will be back on that stage for 9-5 before you know it.”
Louise was replaced by actress Caroline Sheen, who has appeared in shows including Grease, Mamma Mia and The Witches of Eastwick.
She returned to the musical last month to play the role of Violet Newstead in the Dolly Parton inspired production.