S Club 7 'In Talks' To Reunite To Celebrate Their 20th Anniversary
S Club 7 are reportedly in talks to stage a reunion arena tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
The original line up consists of Rachel Stevens, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh, Jon Lee and Paul Cattermole.
They're famous for such karaoke staples as 'Reach', 'Never Had a Dream Come True' and 'S Club Party'.
The group released their debut single 'Bring It All Back' in 1999 - so now they're officially 20 years old they're thinking of making a comeback.
The Mirror reports that a source close to the band said: "There [are] talks in between band members now about doing a reunion arena tour next year.
"A lot of the bandmates are up for it. It's still early days but they are talking and fans may be in for a treat in 2020. It all makes perfect sense for a reunion celebrating 20 years of S Club 7."
Rachel Stevens has hinted at a reunion in the past when she spoke on This Morning earlier this year.
The 41-year-old said: "You never know. There's seven of us all in different stages of our lives but it does bubble up every now and then. I can't believe it's been 20 years, it's crazy. We were all over the place. TV shows, albums, touring."
S Club 7 rose to fame after being formed by legendary manager Simon Fuller in 1999 following his work with the Spice Girls.
In 2002, Paul Cattermole quit the band explaining that it was time to 'move on' before the band properly split the following year.
If the talks turn to actions, S Club 7 could follow in the footsteps of the Spice Girls, who had a sell-out UK tour earlier this year, albeit with Posh Spice (Victoria Beckham) declining to take part.
The girl band kicked off their tour at Croke Park in Dublin, before moving on to dates in Cardiff, Manchester, Coventry, London, Edinburgh, Bristol and Sunderland throughout the rest of the summer.
LADbible has reached out to S Club 7's management for comment. They are yet to confirm if a reunion will take place.
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