Paul From S Club 7 Has Put His 2002 BRIT Award On Ebay And It’s Selling For £65,000
Are you ready to feel old? Well, at least some of you will feel old if I tell you that most of S Club 7 are nearly 40 now. Some are even over 40, and not quite as fresh faced as they were when the burst onto the scene in 1998.
Who could forget such playground classics as 'Bring It All Back', 'Never Had A Dream Come True', and 'Reach'? Many people have tried, you actually can't forget them. It's a curse.
Anyway, they have all gone on to varying degrees of success since the band broke up.
They usually exist in some capacity, either as S Club, S Club Juniors (different kids, same shit) or as S Club.
Rachel Stevens is the one who enjoyed the most solo success.
The next most well-known is probably Jo O'Meara, who may also be remembered for her alleged racism towards Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty on Celebrity Big Brother.
Paul Cattermole (I've checked - there definitely was a Paul in S Club 7) has now put his BRIT Award for Best Newcomer in 2002 up for sale on eBay.
It's going pretty well too. At the time of writing it stands at £65,000 and still has nearly 4 days to go.
It was reported in 2015 that Abz from 5ive, another soul cast aside by the cruel carousel of pop fame sold his 2000 BRIT award for £1.1m - though it is not entirely clear whether he received anything like this amount or anything at all.
The eBay listing for Paul's award reads: "Here is the 2000 Brit Award for Best Newcomer Presented To Paul Cattermole from S Club 7.
"Statuette of Britannia 13" 1/4 in height, it hasn't been professionally polished, there are smudges that won't come out without a pro polish.
"There are signs of age . Where the arms meet the shoulders at the back, and where the neck and chest blend into the top of the dress. An indentation on the inside of the helmet. That is a casting bubble and has always been there. *See photos*
"Letter of provenance will be provided, message for postage / meet and greet details.
"Paul can meet you and greet you and take photos, distance depending :-)"
Who wouldn't want to pay £65,000 for a battered statue that was given to someone from S Club 7?
He might have at least taken it for a polish.
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