Earlier today, S Club, consisting of Jo O’Meara, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh, Jon Lee, and of course our very own Rachel Stevens appeared on BBC Breakfast to launch the #ShareYourHearts campaign alongside the British Heart Foundation. Together, they are hoping to raise awareness and research funds for undiagnosed heart conditions, as their bandmate, Paul Cattermole tragically passed away in early April from a previously undiagnosed heart condition.

S Club will help promote “Spotlight-On” in efforts to raise awareness for underlying heart conditions. These endeavors will include exclusive merchandise sold on the “Good Times” tour, where 100% of the proceeds will benefit the charity.

If we can help save one life doing this we’ll have made a massive difference” says McIntosh, lead singer Jo O’Meara adds”…For us to be able to jump on board and be a part of this absolutely incredible campaign is so important

The band has also launched the #showyourhearts campaign on social media, they are encouraging fans to pose as featured above, and upload the picture to social media using the tag #showyourhearts – the photographs will be later utilized during the “Good Times” tour which begins in Manchester on the 12th of next month.

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