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S Club 7 return to #1 with “Don’t Stop Movin”

S Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin'

Rachel’s band, S Club 7, officially released their chart-breaking ‘Don’t Stop Movin‘” on Vinyl for the very first time last week. The vinyl release was the first official release since the band announced their 25th Anniversary reunion celebration in February.

As of today, the release has officially hit #1 on the UK Vinyl Singles Chart, reemerging as the contender for #1 nearly 22 years after it initially topped the United Kingdom singles chart in April of 2001.

“Don’t Stop Movin’” was originally released on 23 April 2001 as the lead single from S Club’s third album “Sunshine”. The track, penned by Simon Ellis, Sheppard Solomon, and S Club 7 themselves, shows a more mature side from their previous efforts. The track sold in excess of 801,000 copies in the UK alone and hit the #1 position on two separate occasions in the UK, it even won the ‘Best British Single’ award at the 2022 BRIT awards. “Don’t Stop Movin'” also peaked at the top spot in Switzerland, Scotland, and Ireland.

This is not S Club’s first appearance in the charts in the past few years. The band’s third album “Sunshine” was released on vinyl last year in limited copies exclusively through HMV. The vinyl release managed to peak at #22 on the UK Vinyl’s Album Chart. Prior to that, a compilation album “Essential S Club 7” was released and peaked at #35 on the UK albums chart and #5 on the Scottish album charts, despite no promotion.

Remember folks, don’t stop moving to the S Club beat!!

Rachel Stevens discusses Rehearsals for S Club Tour with ‘Hello’

Rachel is the covergirl for ‘Hello Magazine’ where she discusses the upcoming ‘Good Times’ tour with her bandmates S Club.

Rachel is busier than ever, rehearsing for the S Club tour, which kicks off in autumn 2023.

“We have mixed emotions about our tour because of everything that happened with Paul,” Rachel says, referring to the tragic death of her bandmate Paul Cattermole. “One minute we’re really emotional and then we’re upbeat thinking of our memories, so it’s a mix.”

“It’s so great to be back dancing again, though, and my body just instantly responds so well,” Rachel shares, revealing that the band is working with a choreographer from L.A.

“It’s just so fun. It doesn’t feel like exercise and it’s so great to be back with everyone.”

Fans will be pleased to know the tour is set to be nostalgia-packed, with Rachel revealing that the band’s signature moves from back in the day will be included in the all-new routines.

“There has to be those signature moves because for us, this is all about nostalgia and we want to give little nods to the old days,” Rachel shared.

The tour isn’t the only thing keeping Rachel busy at the moment. She’s also recently joined Heart 00s as a guest presenter, taking to the airwaves for the first time as a host, which was a huge step out of her comfort zone.

“My first show on Heart was really out of my comfort zone but I absolutely love it,” Rachel told HELLO!, lighting up with happiness as she spoke about her challenge. “It’s such a great way of expressing yourself. Radio presenting is like you’re talking to a friend and it’s really lovely.

“It’s fun and I love music and I’m really starting to grow in confidence with it.”

Stepping out of her comfort zone is something that’s important to Rachel, who says that given the chance, she is prone to retreating into herself, but knows this isn’t good for her.

“I feel so lucky in my career to have the opportunity to always step out of my comfort zone. It does feel scary and it does feel uncomfortable, but I know I need to be out there doing stuff.”

On how she cheers herself up on low days, Rachel adds: “I’m getting much better at reaching out and sharing more. I tend to want to hide away, but I’ve realised that actually I do need to talk things out because I can get very in my head.

“Reaching out to someone I really trust and talking and expressing how I’m feeling has been so helpful for me.”

Speaking openly is something Rachel also encourages in her daughters, Amelie, 12, and Minnie, 9, who she shares with ex-husband Alex Bourne.

“Showing an interest in who they are and hearing them is how I encourage confidence in my daughters,” Rachel explained.

“Empathising with them and really listening to them is so important. Minnie came out of school upset recently, and naturally as a parent I wanted to protect her and tell her it was okay, but emphasising and telling her she was validated in her feelings diffused the whole situation and she felt totally calm.

“I think the more validated children feel, and the more heard they feel is key to confidence,” Rachel continued.

“I want to hear their opinions. I want to know what they love, what they don’t love, what they just make them feel heard.”

Her own confidence has been a work in progress, with Rachel sharing she’s had to fake it a lot throughout her career.

“Being famous so young really impacted my confidence,” she confided. “I joined the band when I was 19, and when you’re a teenager you’re trying to fit in, you’re trying to work everything out and I really didn’t know who I was at that point.

“A lot of the time I had to just switch on a smile. I actually got very good at putting on the show face and pushing down everything that was really going on. I think that’s what I really struggled with,” she said.

“I honestly think I’ve felt my most confidence in the last few years, from finding my voice and finding what I really need in my life and setting those boundaries.

“I’ve done so much growing in the last few years, more than any time in my life, but still, feeling confident is a work in progress. One day I feel confident and the next day I don’t, it’s so changeable all the time. I’m just constantly figuring it out.”

One thing Rachel has figured out is that when she’s feeling down, it’s time to step away from Instagram.

“We’re drawn to social media when we’re feeling low or down, and then you see everyone’s highlights, and I’ve realised I need to say to myself, ‘This isn’t making me feel good,’ and take a break.”

That said, Rachel has a devoted following on social media, who love her petite fashion recommendations and flawless, minimalist vibe. “Style is an expression and I’ve always loved that,” she said. “I love the way it can give you confidence.

“It’s like putting on your armour but it’s also fun. Fashion is creative, it’s an expression of who you are and I love to connect with my followers that way.”

With the tour months away, and exciting projects on the horizon, we can’t wait to see how Rachel will step out of her comfort zone next. With her eternally sunshine-y attitude, we’re certain she’ll be incredible at whatever she turns her hand to next.

Words by: Melanie Macleod
Photography By: Shane Taylor

Rachel Stevens pulls out of Mighty Hoopla, S Club move forward with planned tour

In the wake of the passing of former band mate, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens has withdrawn from her scheduled performances at ‘Mighty Hoopla’ On 3 June and 4 June.

She followed up the announcement with a personal message:

I am so incredibly sad and sorry to say that I have had to withdraw from Mighty Hoopla this year. I was beyond excited to be back on stage performing for you all but with a lot of thought and consideration since the tragic passing of my friend and bandmate Paul, it doesn’t feel right and just felt too soon. I will make it up to you and I promise that myself and the Hoopla team will make something work so that I can be back on that stage to celebrate with you all ❤️

Sending you all so much love xx

It was also announced earlier this week that the S Club tour dates for October will move forward and is being renamed ‘Good Times Tour‘. See the announcement below.

Mighty Hoopla Announces Rachel Stevens’ Stage Assignments

Mighty Hoopla has announced the stage assignments for their upcoming festival set to take place on 03 June and 04 June 2023 in Brockwell Park.

On Saturday 03 June 2023 the performers on the main stage will be Kelly Rowland, Kelis, Natasha Bedingfield, Aqua, RACHEL STEVENS and Flo. Tickets for this date are sold out.

On Sunday 04 June 2023 the performers on the Candy Crush stage will be Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Vengaboys, Lisa Scott-Lee, Snap!, RACHEL STEVENS A1, and Shola Ama. Tickets for the Sunday show are still available.

The performs are listed in the order in which they appear.

Though a setlist has not been announced (and probably will not be), Rachel has teased she may perform ‘Show Me Your Colours’ from S Club 7’s ‘Sunshine’ album. Her performance will obviously include hits such as “Sweet Dreams My L.A. Ex” and “Some Girls”.

Let us know what you want to hear over on Twitter and be sure to follow us as we will be there and providing updates as they happen!

Rachel Stevens shares Emotional Message Following Passing of Bandmate Paul Cattermole

As we previously reported, Rachel’s fellow S Club 7 bandmate Paul Cattermole tragically passed away on 06 April 2023.

Rachel hosted her final “fill in” position on ‘This Is Heart 00’s” which has has been hosting for the past few weeks in place of former Pussycat Dolls singer Ashley Roberts.

Check out Rachel’s message that aired earlier today during her last show.

This follows a message posted to her Instagram earlier in the week.

Rachel was also photographed arriving at the studio earlier this week to record this show.

In Memoriam of Paul Cattermole

It has been a difficult few days in the S Club fandom as we received news that one of our seven has passed. It was reported on Friday that S Clubber Paul Cattermole was found unresponsive on 06 April 2023, at his home and passed away later in the afternoon.

The S Club 7 official website and social media’s posted the following message:

We are truly devastated by the passing of our brother Paul. There are no words to describe the deep sadness and loss we all feel. We were so lucky to have had him in our lives and are thankful for the amazing memories we have.

He will be so deeply missed by each and every one of us. We ask that you respect the privacy of his family and of the band at this time.

They followed up the message by stating that in lieu of flowers, the family is asking to donate to Paul’s childhood school the National Youth Music Theater.

On 11 April 2023, Rachel posted the following message on her Instagram:

During this difficult time, please keep the Cattermole family, the members of S Club 7, and all those close to Paul in your hearts.

If you would like to share your condolences, you can direct your e-mails to [email protected] and it will be shared with Paul’s family and friends by S Club’s management!

To remember Paul we’ve put together a collection of our favorite vocals from Paul’s time in S Club 7!

Rachel Stevens to guest host “This Is Heart 00s”

As we previously reported, Rachel is officially stepping in as guest host on Heart Radio’s “This is Heart 00s” hosted by former Pussycat Dolls singer Ashley Roberts.

“We are going to be turning up the feel good! Heart 00’s launched last year as a radio station dedicated to the music of the 00s, plays all the iconic noughties artists including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, The Pussycat Dolls, Westlife, Sugababes and of course S Club 7”

You can catch Rachel on Heart 00’s from 4pm – 7pm 18 March 2023, 08 April 2023, and 15 April 2023.

S Club 7 to Appear in ‘Comic Relief’ Sketch

Rachel Stevens and S Club appear in Comic Relief sketch

Rachel Stevens, along with her bandmates from S Club 7 will appear in an upcoming Comic Relief sketch!

The band (that was down one member as Jon was sick on the date of filming) will appear in a sketch filmed specifically for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day which is set to air on 17 March 2023 on BBC.

The sketch is centered around what appears to be S Club (minus Jon) auditioning to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision competition. Jon’s absence may have been purposeful, as it is a Eurovision rule that an act may not have more than six performers on stage.

You can catch a glimpse of what is to come on 16 March 2023 on BBC in the clip uploaded to our socials earlier this week!

This is not the first time Rachel was part of Comic Relief, during her solo career, Rachel appeared sketch titled ‘Spider Plant Man‘ filmed for the 2005 Comic Relief.

Rachel Stevens Graces Fabulous Magazine discusses handling parenthood after divorce, new S Club music, and upcoming reunion tour!

Rachel appears in Fabulous Magazine (out 26 February 2023) and discusses her time following the separation from longtime partner Alex Bourne, she discusses navigating parenting to ensure her daughters do not feel like she did growing up (following her parents split as a teenager) and of course her recent S Club reunion!

Check out the pictures from the shoot associated with this interview and read the interview below!

Rachel Stevens Photographed for ‘Fabulous’ by Mark Hayman

Rachel Stevens previously described meeting her husband as being like a scene from a romcom. Following a string of failed relationships, the S Club 7 star had sworn off men and was planning a move to LA. But after bumping into childhood sweetheart Alex Bourne, now 45, in London’s Selfridges store, they rekindled their relationship and tied the knot at Claridge’s in 2009. But in July last year, after more than 12 years of marriage, the pair – who have two daughters, Amelie, 12, and Minnie, eight – announced they had split.

Speaking for the first time about their break-up, Rachel, 44, says: “It’s very hard to articulate the feelings, because there are so many. It’s been really painful, really sad. It’s been the biggest decision to make in our lives, obviously, with our kids.” Rachel and Alex’s biggest concern has been protecting their children from the fallout. Rachel’s own parents, Michael and Linda, split when she was 17 and it had a monumental impact on her life, leaving her feeling lost for many years.

“I worried about the girls having the experience I had,” she admits. “We’ve had some amazing advice on how to speak to them. They know how much we love them and we are not going anywhere. “Our split is very amicable and that’s really helping. It’s only the last two weeks that we’ve not been living together. That was definitely difficult. We’re doing it with love and respect, but it’s a process. “It’s taken a lot of navigating. We are going to mess up and make mistakes. But we are acknowledging that to them, and I feel so lucky.” She credits a therapist, who she started seeing twice a week after her own parents split, for guiding her through the break-up .

“I’m so grateful for having therapy,” Rachel admits. “Having that outlet to talk to someone with no judgement or emotional attachment. She just gets it. I think it’s so important for all of us to feel seen, heard and understood. “Through my therapy, I’ve learned how to parent better. I want to be the best mum I can be. And I say to the girls: ‘I’ve made a mistake.’ It’s important for them to see that we’re not perfect – that parents are human.” She says communication has been key to getting the family through the break-up. “When my parents divorced, I didn’t know what was going on. As parents, you will do anything to protect your children, but you are actually not protecting them by keeping them in the dark. You need to be honest with them.

“We need to respect that they are emotionally smart. Otherwise, they make things up in their own mind and that’s more damaging. It’s a balance and you have to park your stuff and focus on them. “It’s been very planned how we’ve told them that we were separating. But you can’t always get everything right. It’s just not possible.” Starting again as a single mum after more than a decade, Rachel is trying to embrace new beginnings. She recently moved out of the family’s north London home into a new place with her daughters, admitting that she had been “drowning in boxes” and a “mix of emotions”. “Moving house has been stressful, but it’s really exciting. Choosing interiors and decorating – I love that. “It’s my place with the girls. That feels empowering. We’re creating a home, which is wonderful, but there are so many feelings around it. Mainly good, but also scary,” she says.

Throughout the ’90s and ’00s, posters of Rachel adorned the walls of teenage boys across the country, with even Declan Donnelly joking on SMTV Live how much he fancied her. She frequently graced the covers of lads’ magazines and appeared in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women list a whopping 11 times – even being voted “sexiest woman of all time” in 2014. And she admits men have wasted no time in asking her out now she’s single again. “Yeah, there’s been a few [offers to take her out],” she giggles. “But no, I’m not ready to start dating. I’ve got enough going on for now. But I love love. I’m the soppiest person. We should be happy to be in love and deserve all the great things in life.” As well as adjusting to single life, Rachel is set to be rather busy career-wise.

Not only will she be performing solo at Mighty Hoopla festival in June, but earlier this month it was announced she would be reuniting with her S Club 7 band mates – Jon Lee, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Paul Cattermole, Bradley McIntosh and Tina Barrett – for an 11-date tour across the UK and Ireland this October, to celebrate the band’s 25th anniversary. She explains: “Simon [Fuller, the music mogul behind the Spice Girls, who put the band together] got back in touch with us. It was 1,000,000% yes, absolutely, from me. It’s crazy how quickly that time has gone. Our music stands the test of time. People need fun and nostalgia more than ever. “And we just want to ‘bring it all back’ [laughs] – no pun intended. We want to bring that joy back and get back out there. “We’ve kept in touch on and off through social media or WhatsApp. Everyone’s just kind of gone their separate ways. But when we’re back in a room together, there’s so much love. We’re like a family.”

S Club 7 had phenomenal success. They sold more than 10 million records between 1999 and 2003, embarked on three arena tours, won two BRIT Awards, starred in numerous BBC TV series and even a feature-length film, Seeing Double. “There are already discussions to get the shows on streaming services, as well as the possibility of recording new material after the tour. “I’m so proud of what we achieved with the music, and for my kids to be able to see it as well,” Rachel says. “Last time we did a tour, my eldest was three.

“At the minute, I’m just Mummy. I sing on the way to school and they’re like: ‘Mum, stop, you’re making me cringe.’ But they are proud, too. If our songs come on the radio, they love it, so now this is a chance for them to really be a part of it. “Between the seven of us, we have seven kids, and it’s the same ratio of three boys and four girls. We have this little mini-me ready-made S Club 7 ready to go. It’s S Club Junior Juniors!” A mini version of the band could actually be a reality, as both Rachel’s girls are keen to follow in her footsteps. “They are TikTok mad. Amelie has just done a year in Les Misérables and now she’s a first year at drama school. It was hard, as she got offered the part before lockdown.

“There was this massive excitement, getting the part after all these auditions, finally getting in front of Cameron Mackintosh, and then this massive disappointment when it all closed.”But it was an incredible learning curve and she had no idea if she would still get it when it opened up. She had to do the whole process again and got the part. “There is no question about what she’s going to do. She’s sung ever since she was little. It’s not me, she’s driven by herself, but I am supporting her. It’s so ingrained in her, this raw talent. “I can’t get her to do her homework, but if you give her a script or a song, she’s so passionate about it. She just loves singing and performing. She’s a natural. Then my little one wants to be an actress, but she’s still finding her way.”

As well as the thrill of performing again, Rachel is most excited to see the band’s costumes, though some of the ’90s relics will not be making a reappearance. “I don’t have any of the outfits from that time. It’s probably a good thing. Like hankybandanas or a crop top tied with a string – we probably need to leave them where they were. Although, ’90s fashion is back and kinda cool now.” While Rachel went on to record two solo albums, as well as competing on Strictly Come Dancing, Dancing On Ice and releasing clothing collections with Oasis, some of her band mates have not fared so well.

It was revealed in The Sun that Hannah and her long-term partner, Adam Thomas, 42, had spent Christmas living in a friend’s office with their two daughters after losing their home. “It’s horrible knowing someone’s going through a tough time,” Rachel says. “I think we’ve all faced challenges, especially through the last few years. Life is full of ups and downs. And you know we’re all there for her. We’ll be able to support each other.” Part of S Club 7’s appeal was that there were seven personalities and fans could all identify with one. Rachel was often dubbed “the hot one”, but despite her undeniable beauty, she struggled with her appearance.

“I put such a pressure on myself to feel perfect and be in control,” she says. “I wanted to be perfect in everything. It was very much about appearance. I grew up feeling like everything was outside-in. I struggled with that and I went into S Club feeling very guarded. “It was at a time when my parents were divorcing and we moved house and I had no sort of grounding. I was so lost. “Everything I had known had gone. I didn’t know who I was. Then this amazing thing happened at 19. I was still quite young. It was incredible, but I ended up becoming this person who I thought I kind of have to be.” In fact, she put up a persona of “Rachel from S Club” and lost the real Rachel Stevens in the process. It’s taken years of therapy to find herself again.

Despite it being 25 years since the band’s formation, Rachel looks almost exactly the same. But she admits she is nervous about putting herself back in the public eye at 44. “I’ve been moving house with no make-up and wearing tracksuit bottoms. I’ve been in my bubble of dealing with a lot of personal stuff. “Now I’m about to go back out there. I have all my insecurities and I’ll be in front of hundreds of photographers. I’m someone who, when I feel vulnerable, I want to hide. But I’ve realised it is OK to feel those things and that is empowering. “More than anything, when you are happy, it shows on your face. If you are comfortable in yourself, that’s the most beautiful thing.”

S Club 7 Reunion News Roundup

The past two weeks have been a world wind of emotions, and unfortunately, we have missed a bit of news. This news article will contain all of the information that we may have missed. For up to date information be sure to follow our S Club social media account @WorldOfSClub.

S Club 7 appear on Capital Radio (14 February 2023)
S Club 7 appear on Scott Mills Radio Two Show (14 February 2022)
S Club 7 Do a Photoshoot (14 February 2023)
Rachel, Jo, and Bradley appear on “This Morning” (15 February 2023)
S Club 7 announce additional London date for “S Club 7 Reunited” (15 February 2023)
S Club 7 Announce Pre-Release for “Don’t Stop Movin'” 7″ Vinyl
Rachel Stevens appears on Catchphrase (18 February 2023)
S Club 7 react to their Memorial YouTube Moments (21 February 2023)
S Club 7 announce three additional dates for “S Club Reunited” (21 February 2023)

S Club 7 sit down with “The Sun” following reunion announcement

S Club 7 have sat down for their first intervuew following the announcement of their reunion tour this fall.

Catch the interview below

S Club 7 are preparing to Bring It All Back by reuniting for a 25th anniversary tour — in a bid to “bring some positivity” to Britain.

Tonight they confirmed they will perform 11 shows in arenas across the UK and Ireland this October.

In their first print interview in eight years the group — left to right, above top, Hannah Spearritt, 41, Jon Lee, 40, Jo O’Meara, 43, Paul Cattermole, 45, Rachel Stevens, 44, Bradley McIntosh, 41, and Tina Barrett, 46 — admitted: “It’s been so depressing”.

Tina said: “Everything, every day. It’s like, what’s next? A zombie invasion? So we thought, let’s get S Club back together and bring some positivity back.”

Jo continued: “I think because it’s been 25 years, we all kind of knew. It was always going to happen again and it was just a matter of when.”

Rachel added: “People want nostalgia. They want to be taken back to those good times.

“It’s amazing to celebrate these things. It’s 25 years so I think the world needs a bit of joy.”

The group previously reunited for a tour in 2015 and now admit they could have regrouped sooner, except they couldn’t find Jon.

He said: “That’s why it’s taken so long to do this, they couldn’t find me.

“I was in India for three and a half years. I went travelling and then I found some dogs over there which I adopted and brought home.

“But I stayed there for a while.

“It’s such an incredible opportunity and when life throws something like that in front of you, you’d be mental not to take it.

“To do an arena tour is incredible anyway and this will be our fifth.”

In five years, from 1998 to 2003, they released four albums, performed three arena tours, won two Brit Awards, had a TV series and even made a feature-length film, Seeing Double.

But they believe they are now ready for their biggest challenge yet — Glastonbury Festival.

Recalling some of their own most memorable moments, Rachel said: “We got to be on stage with some amazing people. We performed with people like Paul McCartney, Brian May, Cliff Richard and Phil Collins.”

Jo continued: “We’ve been very lucky. But we need Glastonbury next. I’m going to manifest it. We need to do it.

“Can you imagine the whole of the Glastonbury crowd singing Reach? It would be pretty amazing.”

Paul added: “If you do talk to Emily Eavis, we want the Pyramid Stage please.”

The news of their reunion will mean their kids will get to see them live. Hannah said: “I realised today that between us we have seven kids. Isn’t that spooky? And it’s the same ratio of three boys and four girls.”

Rachel went on to say her daughter Amelie, 12, now wants to follow her path into pop. She explained: “There’s no question because she’s so passionate about it. It’s incredible to see her loving what she does and I’m fully behind her.”

On the reaction to the news of S Club 7’s reunion, Rachel recalled: “My daughter said, ‘Are you going to be famous again?’”

Hannah and Paul dated during the band’s original run and rekindled their romance during the 2015 reunion.

However, she is now with long-term partner Adam Thomas, 42, a fitness trainer.

The Sun revealed last month how the couple were left homeless at Christmas.

They had to live in a friend’s office with their two girls after they were asked for a “crazy” £6,000 up front for a short-term rental.

The group are yet to discuss the prospect of new music.

But they do want to explore other paths and hope to bring their famous CBBC series’ Miami 7, LA 7, Hollywood 7 and Viva S Club to streaming services.

Rachel added: “There’s so many exciting things that we can do. We’ve got so much stuff from our history that we can put out there. It would be so nice to bring it to a new generation of people.”

Bradley also promised they will be performing a range of tracks live, as well as their greatest hits.

He said: “When we do tours we usually stick to the same songs — the most popular ones. But it would be nice to throw in some of our favourite album tracks as well.”

The S Club 7 Reunited tour kicks off at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena on October 13 with dates across the country, ending at London’s O2 Arena on October 28. Tickets on sale this Friday via Ticketmaster.

Source: The Sun

OFFICIAL: S Club 7 announce “S Club 7: Reunited” to celebrate 25th Anniversary

S Club 7 announced their 2023 reunion set to take place in October.

Check out the official press release.

After months of speculation, S Club 7, one of the most successful British pop groups of all time, have today announced they are returning for a reunion tour in celebration of their 25-year legacy.

The S Club 7 Reunited tour will see all seven members – Bradley, Hannah, Jo, Jon, Paul, Rachel, and Tina – come together for an 11-date arena tour across the UK and Ireland. Speaking on coming back together, the band said: “After eight years it feels amazing to announce that we’re reuniting and performing together again. 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!!”

The 25th-anniversary tour is an opportunity for S Club 7 fans of every generation to come together and re-experience the timeless pop hits that soundtracked the British charts for five years. Collectively, S Club 7 amassed four UK number one singles with ‘Bring It All Back’, ‘Never Had a Dream Come True’, ‘Don’t Stop Movin’, and ‘Have You Ever’, as well as the UK number one album ‘7’. They recorded 4 studio albums, released 11 singles that all entered the Top 5 UK charts, and went on to sell over 10 million albums worldwide.

The band’s celebrity status was also cemented with their TV shows; Miami 7 and L.A. 7 became record-breaking favourites on children’s TV and were watched by more than 90 million people in over 100 countries – L.A. 7 remains the highest rating programme of all time on CBBC.

With 4 multi-platinum selling albums, 2 BRIT Awards, and 9 number-one international hit singles to their name, S Club 7 are a household name that are once again ready to rise.

Tickets are available from Friday, February 17th via Ticketmaster. The dates are as follows.

Check out the bands official website,, for tickets and pre-sale sign up.

OFFICIAL: S Club 7 Announcement coming 13 February 2023

Following a leak of a tour date yesterday, and the changing of logos on their official social media earlier today, the official S Club 7 social media pages have posted a video announcing an announcement that is set to take place on 13 February 2023.

S Club 7 will appear on BBC’s “The One Show” on Monday to officially announce reunion plans.

From their management:

If today you are aged between 30 and 45, the chances are that S Club 7 provided the soundtrack to your youth. Between 1998 and 2002, the Group’s infectious pop hits dominated the charts and shaped much of British pop culture. Starting with Bring It All Back and continuing with classics including Reach, Never Had A Dream, S Club Party, Don’t Stop Moving, Natural, You and Two In A Million, S Club 7 created a powerful sense of fun, optimism and belonging at the turn of the Millennium. With multiple TV series providing a showcase for the Group’s talent, energy and songs, S Club 7 won the hearts of a massive and loyal following, picking up BRIT Awards, fronting BBC’s Children In Need Appeal and selling out arenas around the country. S Club 7’s music and spirit is timeless. Just watch any dancefloor fill up when the DJ plays Reach, and you’ll see how quickly the crowd are taken back to the fun and friendship that S Club 7 inspired. 25 years on, everything has changed, but everything remains the same. Time to bring it all back?

This marks the second reunion for S Club 7 following a brief reunion in 2014/2015 with the ‘Bring It All Back’ tour.

Rachel Stevens teases Mighty Hoopla Setlist!

Ahead of her June 2023 return to the stage, Rachel has sat down with Mighty Hoopla to get the inside scoop on what’s happening in the world of Rachel ahead of her re-debut.

There was one name that got you over-excited (and trending on Twitter!) when we announced our headliners for 2023…

Yes, Rachel Stevens is returning to music and gracing the Mighty Hoopla stage with her big musical comeback on the 3rd AND 4th June, and we got the inside scoop from our favourite pint-sized popstar about what to expect from her Mighty Return…

I am so beyond excited! I can’t wait to perform for everyone at Mighty Hoopla and just get back out there. It’s been a while and I’m ready to have the best time on stage with everyone and bring a bit of nostalgia with me.

Well… I guess you’ll just have to wait and see. I might well dust off the red ribbons but I think the audience will need to too.

I’ve had the opportunity to perform in a range of different ways over the years, through music and dance. The thing I’ve missed most is performing my own music and also being so connected with an audience and seeing people really love what you do and enjoying the moment, can’t wait! Show me your Colours is one of my favourite S Club songs and it’s so lovely to hear that it’s loved by the Mighty Hoopla community, so yes it might have to be worked into the set list.

Since planning the set list there are really quite a few that I’m so excited to perform, but the main ones would be LAX, Some Girls and now potentially Show Me Your Colours.

A fabulous show outfit, with the biggest heels and masses of positive energy and love for such a brilliant event.

I couldn’t possibly choose one but I’d say sassy, playful and kitsch!


You can purchase tickets for Rachel and a gaggle of other stars for Mighty Hoopla on 3rd June and 4th June 2023 in London’s Brockwell Park by clicking here!