| 178 | Best Club 7 Game – Children In Need 11-14-14 (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 15 | Bring It All Back Tour Promo (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 40 | Press Conference 11-17-14 (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 06 | Reunion Countdown – Day 1 Tina (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 06 | Reunion Countdown – Day 2 Paul (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 05 | Reunion Countdown – Day 3 Rachel (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 06 | Reunion Countdown – Day 4 Jon (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 05 | Reunion Countdown – Day 5 Jo (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 06 | Reunion Countdown – Day 6 Bradley (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 09 | Reunion Countdown – Day 7 Hannah (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)
| 09 | Tour Announcement 11-17-14 (S Club – Video Captures / Stage)





We’re now at the halfway point of Round 1. Heading to Round 2 from last week are ‘I Really Miss You’ and It’s Alright’. This weeks polls seem to be all about Tina. Can you pick your favorite?

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The famed noughties band insist they’ve had no trouble remembering the lyrics and polishing off their old dance routines in the lead up to their big comeback tour, which they exclusively revealed to Heart has “been on the cards for two years”. It may have been over a decade since the ‘Reach For The Stars’ hit makers dominated the charts but they’re proving just as popular as ever after announcing they would be adding an extra date to the London leg of their nationwide comeback tour.

All original members Tina Barret, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens will be reuniting on stage to perform their biggest hits for fans and they are “super excited” about it. “I think we’re just more excited than nervous,” lead singer Jo’Meara told Heart showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes. “Because touring is what we all love to do so it’s going to be absolutely unbelievable.” The mounting pressure of a comeback tour hasn’t phased the group as Bradley claims they are more concerned with putting on a great show and “making the fans proud.”

Listen to the full interview!





| 66 | Leaving ITV Studios 11-20-14 (S Club – Candids / Public Appearances)

Plus the following albums have been updated with more pictures!

| 29 | The Sun Bizarre 11-17-14 (S Club – Misc)
| 48 | BBC Breakfast 11-18-14 (S Club – Candids / Public Appearances)
| 44 | Leaving Global Radio Studios 11-19-14 (S Club – Candids / Public Appearances)



S Club 7 have revealed that they never felt pressure to match the huge success of the Spice Girls when they were first starting out.

The idea for S Club 7 came to manager Simon Fuller the day after he was fired by the Spice Girls back in November 1997, but the seven-piece explained that they didn’t feel they needed to meet the same expectation because they are a different kind of act.

S Club 7: What does the S really stand for?

“It was a completely different thing,” Jo O’Meara told Digital Spy. “They were all girls and we were mixed. It was a completely different vibe and different music.” Bradley McIntosh continued: “I think, for me, I felt proud to be under the same wing as a band that successful. It felt amazing. I was saying to my mates: ‘We’re with the ex-Spice Girls manager mate, whey!'”

S Club 7 reunite for new tour

Tina Barrett added: “I was just so excited to be working with someone who worked with the Spice Girls and managed them. It was just huge. There was more excitement, really.” S Club 7 went on to sell over 10 million albums worldwide during their five-year career, as well as having their popular television series sold to over 100 countries amassing a weekly audience of 90 million viewers at their peak. The pop group have announced plans to reunite for an 11-date arena tour of the UK in 2015, with tickets on sale from 9am on November 20.

S Club 7 are eager to headline some shows outside of the UK for their international fans. The pop group admitted they were left overwhelmed by the response to their reunion on Children In Need, and they had received messages from fans all over the world. “We’d love to be able to take the tour global,” Jo O’Meara told Digital Spy. “I know in South America we’ve got loads of fans as well,” Paul Cattermole added. “If they’ll have us, we’ll go! “The fans have invested a hell of a lot of emotion, I think, in wanting it to come back in these places, so it would be great if we could go there.”
– DigitalSpy



Back in the mid-’90s/early ’00s, S Club 7 and Spice Girls were both incredibly huge acts. But the recently-reunited pop band states they never felt any pressure to live up to the legendary girl group’s success. Band member Jo O’Meara told Digital Spy, “It was a completely different thing. They were all girls and we were mixed. It was a completely different vibe and different music.”

Bradley McIntosh also jumped in, saying “I think, for me, I felt proud to be under the same wing as a band that successful. It felt amazing. I was saying to my mates: ‘We’re with the ex-Spice Girls manager mate, whey!’” Simon Fuller, the Spice Girl’s former manager, is responsible for brainstorming the idea of S Club 7 in 1997 the day after he got fired from the girl group.

They may not have had the same worldwide, chart-topping success as the Spice Girls, but S Club 7 did pretty well for themselves (selling over 10 million albums worldwide, that is). After performing together for the first time in 12 years at BBC’s Children In Need, the group announced a 2015 UK tour. It kicks off on May 7 in Birmingham and wraps up on May 21 in Sheffield.
– idolator.com



| 51 | Leaving Global Radio Studios 11-19-14 (S Club – Candids / Public Appearances)



S Club 7 stopped Heart Radio earlier today. You can hear their interview tomorrow.

| 02 | Heart Radio 11-19-14 (S Club – Misc)



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