The former Eternal singer hinted that she'd be keen to join the panel as she addressed her career plans after the BBC dancing show, which saw her make it into the final.
The 42-year-old said it would have to be a great offer for her to be away from her husband, Jamie, 43, and their sons Beau and Charles, once again.
Louise commented: "The thing that would be worth taking time away from my family for would be to do theatre in the West End."
The star continued: "I’m not looking for TV stuff, although Loose Women would be fun. Appearing in the West End for a period is really what I’m looking for.
Louise Redknapp has said she'd like a job on Loose Women
Loose Women: Louise Redknapp also said she'd like to be in a West End show
Strictly Come Dancing live tour
Fri, January 20, 2017
Daisy Lowe and Louise Redknapp put their dancing shoes back on yesterday and dazzled in boob-baring dresses at the Strictly Come Dancing live tour photocall.
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The Strictly Come Dancing live tour
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"I’d love to go back to singing on my own but it’s just so hard. I think you get to an age where it is really tough to be a pop singer."
Louise added: "Just because I’m on Strictly doesn’t mean people are going to buy my albums, but I’m doing a few duets on a few nice albums coming up."
Despite missing out on the Glitterball Trophy to BBC Breakfast's Ore Oduba, the stunner said the programme had still given her a new outlook.
Loose Women: Louise Redknapp said the ITV show would be fun
Loose Wome: Louise Redknapp is currently busy with the Strictly Come Dancing tour
She told the Evening Standard: "Strictly has given me a new lease of life.
"I never went into it to get another job or to be more high-profile, I did it for me."
Strictly Come Dancing Live! continues until February 12, and will be in Sheffield from tomorrow, before heading to Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool then London.