Feeling like a Y2K throwback? S Club 7 is back again for their 25th anniversary together as a group — which was originally formed in 1998 by none other than the former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller. With rumours spreading about the Spice Girls coming together one last time themselves, this confirmation for a S Club 7 reunion is making it all feel real.
The group will head on a UK tour later this year to celebrate their milestone anniversary, reminiscing on times when they were the biggest pop act in the UK with chart toppers like ‘Reach’, ‘S Club Party’, and their debut ‘Bring It All Back’.
This is the first time the band will reunite with one another since 2014, when they performed a medley of their tunes for BBC’s Children In Need and subsequently went on tour in 2015. First disbanding in 2003 after a smashing 7 years of success, all original members of the band (Rachel Stevens. Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearrit, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole and Tine Barrett) will be heading off together again.
After revealing their news on BBC’s The One Show, the band said that “We’re so excited to bring the S Club party back to our fans across the country to celebrate 25 years of S Club 7. We can’t even believe it’s been so long. Music and friendship have always been at the core of everything that we’ve ever done. We hope everyone can join us for one big party.”
Their tour will commence on the 13th of October in Liverpool, before heading on 11 different dates to end up at the O2 in London for their final show.