Millennials prepare yourselves, because ‘there ain’t no party like an S Club party!’ The popular ’90s group, S Club 7 is reuniting for a great cause and we couldn’t be more excited!
After being on more than a 10 year hiatus, S Club 7 will be bringing back their famous voices on Nov. 14! The group will join together and preform once again and it’s for a special cause, a charity benefit — BBC Children in Need.
S Club 7 Reunion: It’s Happening
The group consisting of 7 members, Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens are making their way back to the stage — well kind of. The famous team will be lending their vocals for a BBC charity benefit for children in need in a telethon.
The group rose to fame after forming in 1998 and having four successful albums along with 11 hit singles to boost about.
Die hard fans can rest assured, because the club will be belting out a medley of their greatest hits at their benefit concert on Nov. 14.
We aren’t the only ones excited about this event, club member Jon Lee took to his personal Twitter account to promote the reunion. How cute!
S Club 7 Is No Stranger To Charity
The group are no strangers to performing for charity. Their big hit single “Never Had A Dream Come True” was the official single for the same BBC event back in 2000. It reached the number one spot on the UK charts and then it quickly climbed to the top in America.
The group went on to release their single “Have You Ever” in 2001 and it also held the number one spot on the charts and became the official Children In Need track.
Although the band split in 2003 and afterwards, its members worked on various projects and solo endeavors.
One member, Jon, stood out from the rest and went on to build a career on broadway and appeared in everything from Les Miserables to Jersey Boys, before releasing a debut solo album Fallen Angel in 2013.
— Brittany King