Bonnie Tyler baffled fans on Wednesday as she forgot the name of her album during an interview on Loose Women.
The Welsh singer, 69, struggled to remember the titles of her recent music releases as she shifted between different topics including the state of her hair and her brief encounter with the Pope.
Host Ruth Langsford, 61, said to the star: ‘We will talk to you about the album which is out now but are you always looking for that huge ballad?’
Interview: Bonnie Tyler baffled fans on Wednesday as she forgot the name of her album during an interview on Loose Women
Bonnie responded: ‘Oh I have a wonderful songwriter at the moment called Steve Womack.
‘I actually have quite a few wonderful songwriters, Desmond Child as well, and they’ve written me fabulous songs on my new album which is called, erm…’ Bonnie stalled as she searched her brain for the name of her new album.
‘The Best Is Yet To Come,’ she said as the Loose Women panellists prompted the name in unision before bursting out in laughter.
Whoops! The Welsh singer, 69, struggled to remember the titles of her recent music releases as she shifted between different topics including the state of her hair and her brief encounter with the Pope
Ruth added: ‘I was thinking, shall I help her?’
Bonnie soldiered on: ‘Honestly, I’ve got some great songs on there and I always pick a song on there where I think, “is this going to work live with my band?” And oh, I can’t wait to get out there. God my hair looks terrible today!’
She went on to discuss meeting the Pope in 2019 while mentioning a track she recorded around the same time.
‘I had just recorded a song called…erm… oh god! I just had recalled a song called… oh fr****n’ hell. Anyway, it was a great song,’ she said as the hosts in the Loose Women studio chuckled once more.
Brain freeze: ‘I actually have quite a few wonderful songwriters, Desmond Child as well, and they’ve written me fabulous songs on my new album which is called, erm…’ Bonnie stalled as she searched her brain for the name of her new album
Ruth added: ‘I was just looking it up for you Bonnie and it was called Stuck To My Guns.’
MailOnline have reached out to Bonnie’s reps for comment on the interview.
Multiple viewers voiced their concern while others mocked the scattered interview on Twitter.
‘Yikes, Bonnie couldn’t remember the name of her new album [laughing face emoji],’ said one fan.
‘”My new album is called erm er erm.” It’s obviously really good if you can’t even remember the name of it love #loosewomen,’ another Twitter user added.
Reaction: Multiple viewers mocked the scattered interview on Twitter
Bonnie rose to prominence following the release of her album, The World Starts Tonight in 1977 which includes hit singles such as Lost In France and More Than A Lover.
The singer’s career spans over four decades and she topped the charts with her iconic record, Total Eclipse of the Heart.
That same year, she scored a Chart Number 1 in the UK with the album, Faster Than The Speed of Night. She has also been nominated for three BRIT awards.
Just last month, Bonnie revealed the secret to maintaining her age-defying looks – with Botox sessions twice a year, ‘for many years’.
The Total Eclipse Of The Heart songstress wowed fans with her youthful appearance during a virtual interview on This Morning in March.
And now in a follow-up interview, the singing legend admitted that she keeps herself looking young with regular Botox sessions, but said she hasn’t been able to avail of it since lockdown.
Speaking to The Sun, she said: ‘I’ve been having Botox twice a year, for many years, darling.’
‘I haven’t had the opportunity since the Christmas before last. But I’m doing all right. I’m quite fit for my age, thank God.’
Bonnie also indicated that she feels as young as she looks as she vowed she would never retire.
‘I’m never going to retire,’ she said. ‘I look at Tom Jones. He’s amazing. His voice is as strong as ever — and he’s got ten years on me.’
Icon: The star became a worldwide sensation with songs like Total Eclipse of the Heart (pictured 1977)