What ever happened to S Club 7?
Rachel Stevens got married in 2009 and now has a young daughter, Amelie. Jon Lee most recently acted alongside Kevin Spacey as the British rock legend Billy Fury in little-seen film “Telstar: The Joe Meek Story.” Jo O’Meara released a solo album titled “Relentless” in 2005, appeared on “Celebrity Big Brother” in January 2007, and gave birth to a son, Lenny, in May 2008. Bradley McIntosh has found success as a disc jockey and producer, using the moniker “City Boy.” Tina Barrett released a single, “Fire,” as part of her tentative new album. Hannah Spearritt plays Abby Maitland on the ITV show “Primeval,” which recently switched from mainstream television to digital. Paul Cattermole, who was the first member to leave in 2002 (after which the band nixed the 7 from their name and became simply S Club) broke up with Spearritt in 2007 and is planning on releasing new music in the near future.
The most exciting news of all is that the original band members are possibly reuniting for a summer tour and plan to make two new albums. That would be epic, except for the fact that the tours and appearances would likely not cross the pond and come to the U.S. I don’t know about you, but for this writer, the prospect of an S Club reunion outranks all the other 1990’s band reunions occurring as of late. 98 Degrees, Backstreet Boys, and New Kids on the Block don’t have anything on an S Club reunion—cause there ain’t no reunion like an S Club reunion.