S Club 7 is getting back together to tour the UK and Ireland for their 25th anniversary
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S Club 7 has announced they are getting back together for a tour to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
The late '90s and early '00s was filled with the pop group's bangers like 'Bring It All Back', 'Reach' and 'Don't Stop Movin'.
The group was formed by Simon Fuller, who was the same bloke that created the Spice Girls.
Not only were they hit musicians, but they had a television show and movie.
They changed their name to S Club when Paul Cattermole left the group in 2002 and they released their album called Seeing Double before going on hiatus.
They faded away in the middle of the decade and were relegated to nostalgic radio stations that would play their tunes.
"In today's times you need a bit of picking up, and that's what we're here to do" @SClub7 are celebrating 25 years on tour this October! 🙌#TheOneShow 👉 https://t.co/kTuZTnDl9U pic.twitter.com/BAjSN3sJ6e— BBC The One Show (@BBCTheOneShow) February 13, 2023
They reunited in 2014 for a charity performance and they then embarked on a small tour.
It's been a long nine years since then and now we've been given our best news yet.
The original gang of Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, Jon Lee and Paul are coming back for a very special tour.
They appeared on BBC's The One Show and Rachel explained: "We are very excited to say that we are going back out on tour in October.
"We're just so excited to get back out there and sing our hearts out."
The tour will kick off in October 13 in Liverpool before hopping over to Dublin, then Glasgow, and then working their way down through the UK before their final show in London on the 28th.
They said in a statement: “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!!”
Tickets will go on sale Friday February 17 at 10am GMT.
There will no doubt be a lot of hype around the tour as people get to relive those days of easy, fun pop music.
S Club 7 member Bradley says they will be sparking a lot of nostalgia for their fans.
"Obviously, we're bringing the late '90s," he revealed on the BBC.
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