Have you heard? The famous British pop group from the 90s, S Club 7, is officially reuniting for the BBC “Children in Need” telethon and they are having an “S Club Party”!
The news was announced by BBC on 22 October 2014 that the 7-member group will officially gather for the first time in more than 10 years, at a charity event for children.
Set to air on 14 November 2014 on BBC channel, the group is ready to perform a medley of some of their greatest hits which could include “Never Had A Dream Come True”, “Don’t Stop Movin’”, “Bring It All Back”, “S Club Party” and more!
|After all these years, the members still remained friends. (Photo Source: mirror.uk.co)|
Formed in 1998 and created by former Spice Girl manager, Simon Fuller, S Club 7 consists of members Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee.
The group last performed together in 2003 during their “S Club United” concert where they announced live on stage regarding their split which disappointed a lot of their fans.
Nevertheless, now fans can rejoice once again as each of the members has even confirmed the news on their respective Twitter and Instagram page about their upcoming reunion.
The group said to BBC that they are big fans of BBC Children In Need and are looking forward to once again reunite for a good cause. Looks like the group will really be bringing in the fun as they added, “This is going to be the mega S Club party of all time.”
|Time for the S Club Party!|
(Photo Source: mirror.uk.co)