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Formerly: S Club Seven
Owner: Catherine
Staff: Katey / Dale
Contact: E-Mail / AIM
Host: APWS / Uninvited Grace
Opened: January 13, 2002
Version: 56 / Whenever We`re Together

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S Club 3
Performances with Bradley, Jo and Paul.

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SoundCloud Songs
Listen to Bradley's latest music.

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Fallen Angel
Jon's solo debut album.
Released: December 10, 2012

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Jersey Boys
WestEnd musical as Frankie Valli.
Dates: Sept 9 - Oct 28

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Reach Entertainment
Jon's co-owned entertainment company.

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The Confessions Of Dorian Gray
Audiobook featuring the voice of Hannah.
Released: December 28, 2013

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Senator Sauce
Party Band, Paul's the front man.

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Next Petites
Face of Next's womens wear petites line.

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WaterAid
WaterAid's official ambassador!

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Beauty And The Beast
Pantomime production as Belle.
Dates: December 6th - January 5th

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Making Me Dance Single
Tina's next single.
Release: November 03, 2013

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Apr
21
 Picture Of The Week
  Posted By: Catherine | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Gallery | Picture Of The Week

Fans, give us your opinion about this weeks Picture Of The Week on our tag-board!



Apr
15
 IT’s BACK!
  Posted By: Catherine | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Gallery

It’s finally back! Our photo gallery is back online with over 36,000 pictures!
In celebration of the gallery being back, every Sunday I will be posting a photo of the week.
Fans can feel free to share their comments on the photos each week on our tag-board.



Apr
14
 Utopia Trailer
  Posted By: Catherine | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Hannah

‘Utopia’ is a new feature film by World Film Production and Tripswitch Productions, both independant production companies based in Scotland and dedicated to the development and production of high quality films. Since Tripswitch Productions was created they have worked on many projects around the world from Europe to the Middle East & The America’s. The synergy created between the companies has been established on previous features.

‘Utopia’ is scheduled to go into production on the 22nd January 2014.
The film will be shot on location in Afghanistan, India and the UK.

Three intertwoven stories of lonelieness and isolation. The story follows Janan, a woman from Afghanistan who’s given permission to travel to the UK for artificial insemination from a sperm donor. Complications arise when she learns that the father of the baby she will give birth to comes from a family with long standing connections to the military and were part of the forces on the ground in her homeland.



Apr
09
 Happy Birthday Rachel
  Posted By: Katey | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Rachel



Apr
08
 15th Anniversary of Miami 7
  Posted By: Katey | Comments: No Comments
  Category: S Club 7

Do you know what today is? It just happens to be the 15th anniversary of Miami 7, a little TV show about a cheery pop band that premiered in Britain in the spring of ‘99.

When S Club 7 in Miami came to the States on Fox Family (yes, Fox Family) a few months later, I had no idea who these people were or whether they were famous in Britain. Back then, children couldn’t look up transcontinental artists on Wikipedia, and there was certainly no Encarta entry for S Club 7. But for whatever reason, I accidentally grew to love this utterly random show about seven British band members who go live in Miami for some reason. By they time the group got the hokey second series S Club 7 in L.A. a year later, in which they rented a Venice beach house from the demon girl in The Exorcist, I was completely hooked on this absurdly optimistic and painfully happy band.

S Club 7′s work was not high art, and their lyrics couldn’t be simpler (“I really miss you/Yes I do, yeah/I really miss you/Oh, yeah, I do”). But here’s why I love S Club 7 so: The songs were, frankly, about nothing. Each shiny, bubbly tune — ballads notwithstanding — was the aural equivalent of a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper, glossy and colorful on the outside but holding seemingly nothing of import on the inside. S Club songs were about celebrating friendship and believing in yourself and enjoying each other’s company and don’t stop never give up hold your head high and reach the top. Positive things, all ridiculously over the top in their saccharine optimism and practically built for singalongs by pre-teen headboppers who weren’t looking for anything in the way of gravitas in their music.

That’s not to say that today’s playlists are devoid of “Let’s Party” songs or “Friendship Is Great” tunes. Plenty of chart-toppers are about gleeful nothings, thanks to people like One Direction and Betty Who and even the Mileys and Keshas of the world. But surely I’m not alone in recognizing the distinct difference between the kid-friendly age of B*Witched, Spice Girls, LFO, A-Teens and S Club 7 versus whatever passes for kid-friendly these days.

Haters be damned, allow me to look back on a truly under-appreciated band which I have refused to forget. To celebrate the anniversary of my first encounter with the Club, indulge in my list of the group’s best tunes:

20. “Friday Night”
S Club essentially had three types of songs: peppy group anthems, slow-burn ballads, and inexplicable hip-hop. This is the third.

19. “Viva La Fiesta”
What early ‘00s musical ensemble would be complete without an ethnically ambiguous salsa number!?

18. “Gonna Change the World”
Bradley and Jon’s semi-acoustic duet doesn’t get much love, but it was one of the only S Club songs that tried to have a global message. About war, maybe? Or, like, proposing to a girl? Or something? Actually, it really makes no sense at all.

17. “Stand By You”
The song in which they sing “stand by you” legitimately 50 times. (Not a joke; listen for yourself.)

16. Don’t Stop Movin’”
Remember that time everyone except Paul starred in a movie about a bunch of clone versions of S Club? Yeah, that was weird. But the big let’s-escape-the-villain song was a total jam.

15. “All in Love is Fair”
Three steps to creating an S Club build-a-ballad: 1. Borow a title from a playground colloquialism. 2. Throw in a groupwide harmony and a generic chorus about love. 3. Get Jo to sing the rest of it.

14. “The Colour of Blue”
Rebellious American children relished the chance to spell ‘color’ like a classy Brit.

13. “Everybody Wants Ya”
Probably the Spice Girls-iest song of the group. It’s very reminiscent of “Stop” and another song I can’t remember, in the best way.

12. “Bring The House Down”
Yes, yes, yes, such a groovy retro throwback. Another reason to love the group: that inimitable ability to pull off disco in 2000.

11. “Natural”
I know some will clamor that “Natural” is among the group’s top ten, but I have to disagree. It’s still an S Club classic, sure, but I can’t in good conscience put it on the top half of the list because of how many times I skipped it on the CD.

10. “Have You Ever”
That CHORUS, though.

9. “You’re My Number One”
Any love song that starts with trumpets and includes copious tintinnabulation is a solid entry. This is S Club at its finest: sugary sweetness laced with an our-relationship-is-perfect missive.

8. “I’ll Be There”
Awww, the Blair Witch episode! Memorable because Tina gets a big solo and it’s basically the only time anyone pays attention to her.

7. “Two in a Million”
Of S Club’s two best ballads, this is the undeniable runner-up to the even more undeniable champion (see #2). It was the gang’s first, and it was Jo’s first time taking lead — which she would do for basically every (good) future song until the group’s demise.

6. “I’ll Keep Waiting”
Here’s another that I can’t back up with any specific reasoning — and yet, in all my years, it’s one of the songs I keep coming back to. Every time iTunes or Spotify suggests this little lighthearted nugget, I start dancing. Or, like, rhythmically moving.

5. “Love Train”
Remember Paul jamming by the swimming pool/art patio/dungeon kitchen? Because I do. Paul was arguably my first real crush, which is a shame since a quick Google Image search will show how things turned out for Paul in the modern era.

4. “S Club Party”
“Hoochie mamas, show your na-nas.”

3. “Reach”
Remember when I said S Club songs were about being happy and positive and having a lovely outlook on life? Reach for the stars, bitch. This is the cheer-up to end all cheer-ups.

2. “Never Had A Dream Come True”
Oh, what’s that in the last chorus? A key change? Yes, please.

1. “Bring It All Back”
The Citizen Kane of S Club 7 songs.

- Entertainment Weekly



Apr
07
 Baby Girl Named
  Posted By: Katey | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Rachel

Rachel & Alex have announced via Twitter that they have named the new baby, Minnie Blossom Bourne. Congrats to the family!

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Apr
01
 Happy Birthday Hannah
  Posted By: Katey | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Hannah



Apr
01
 It’s A Girl!!
  Posted By: Katey | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Rachel

Baby girl #2 has arrived for Rachel Stevens and husband, Alex

Rachel Stevens (35) and husband Alex Bourne (36) this evening announced the safe arrival of their second child and sister to their daughter, Amelie (3).

The baby girl was born today, weighing 7 pounds 7 oz. The couple are yet to confirm her name.

Reporting the news on Twitter, Alex said:
Delighted to announce the safe arrival of our gorgeous little girl! @MsRachelStevens and baby both really well. Amelie happy and ‘cited

The couple added:
“We’re so happy that baby has arrived safely. Within minutes of meeting her we were totally smitten. Amelie is happy and ‘cited to have a little sister to play with and we can’t wait to introduce her to the whole family.”



Mar
30
 Travel Guide
  Posted By: Catherine | Comments: No Comments
  Category: S Club 7 | Site News

Check out our latest project, the S Club 7 Travel Guide. Katey worked really hard along with Edu to put this wonderful new information together for all the S Club fans. I hope you enjoy it! More info and pictures will be added and updated as we find them!



Mar
26
 Rachel Blog Post
  Posted By: Catherine | Comments: No Comments
  Category: Rachel

Posted March 24, 2014
I’m starting to nest as it’s not long to go now but thank you for your lovely messages and support. We’re really excited to meet bump when he/she arrives!



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