Major 90's pop band reforming for blockbuster reunion and huge tour 25 years after they first launched | The Sun
A MAJOR Nineties pop band have confirmed a blockbuster reunion and whopping tour 25 years after their debut single.
S Club 7 will, in the words of their own track, Bring It All Back with a comeback set to delight chart fans.
The hugely successful group had an astonishing four number one singles and a chart-topping album before announcing they were calling it quits in 2003.
Since then, S Club 7 group members Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Tina Barrett have all endured their share of highs and lows.
Yet the S Club party bus will now be back in full swing according to MailOnline, which claims music mogul Simon Fuller – who put them together in 1998 – is behind the reunion.
The publication suggests he called the stars individually and "made it clear it would only work if all of them were to agree."
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A source said: "Simon Fuller saw the value in this, S Club 7 had a huge following of all ages who he thinks will want to go and see them for nostalgia reasons.
"Their songs were so upbeat and fun, it is a massive commercial opportunity for them all, particularly Simon."
A reunion announcement is set to be made public soon with a tour is scheduled for summer.
Yet this may be pushed back due to lead singer Jo's health.
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Recently Jo, now 43, exclusively told The Sun how she fears she may never dance again after a horror back injury left her unable to walk.
The singer has been blighted by health issues, waking up last year in so much pain that she felt like she had been shot.
She spent eight days in hospital, where surgeons removed part of a disc in her back.
Jo was then left reliant on a cocktail of pain medication including up to ten Co-codamol tablets a day on top of other prescription drugs, with even morphine providing little relief.
Recalling how she awoke in agony at 4am in November, she told The Sun: “It was like someone had shot me in the bum."
Jo has been left with permanent damage to her right leg and faces months of physio before she will be able to return to the stage – hence the potential tour delay.
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