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S Club 7 to reunite for TV show?


S Club 7 could soon be reunited

S Club 7 could soon be reunited

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S Club 7 could soon be reunited

S Club 7 could be reunited, with the group rumoured to sign up for a new TV show.

The pop group, who split up in 2003 after their 11th single Say Goodbye, are reportedly wanted by their former management company for a show to rival ITV2's The Big Reunion, according to The Sun.

All seven band members - Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Hannah Spearritt and Jon Lee - could be getting back together for the reality show, which is being developed by 19 Entertainment.

It would mark the first time S Club 7 have all been together since Paul's departure in 2002.

There had previously been speculation that the chart-topping band - who had hits in the late 90s and early 2000s with Don't Stop Movin', Never Had A Dream Come True and S Club Party - would be getting back together, after Jo, Bradley, Paul and Rachel previously toured as S Club without former members Tina Barrett, Hannah Spearritt and Jon Lee.

While Rachel was open to the reunion, Hannah insisted it would not happen.

"We met up not long ago and we talked about it and we still are talking about it. We are all in the same head space, talking about how special it was and we do all want to celebrate what we had. So it's definitely a possibility," Rachel told the Daily Mirror in March.

And she confessed earlier this month being a guest judge on The X Factor NZ in New Zealand made her realise how much she misses her days in th band.

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