It's S Club 3! Jo, Bradley and Paul ditch former bandmates as they take their tour Down Under
15:05 GMT, 31 May 2012
O'Meara, McIntosh and Cattermole are touring Australia with Big Brovaz
They shot to fame in the nineties as S Club 7, when they had millions of teenage fans all over the world.
But now S Club 7 have become S Club 3, as Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole attempt to keep their fame going.
After performing at various pubs, clubs and festivals in the UK, the trio have now taken their act on tour Down Under.
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It's S Club 3! Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole reunited with just the three members as they performed on Australian television this week
Jo, Bradley and Paul yesterday performed their once hit track Reach (For The Stars) on The Morning Show.
And in an attempt to cover the absence of former bandmates Rachel Stevens, Tina Hobley, Hannah Spearritt and Jon Lee, the threesome were instead accompanied by several dancers who performed the once famous dance routine in the background.
Following their performance, the trio were interviewed by The Morning Show host Larry Emdur and guest host Dannii Minogue, who both attempted to relive their youth by rolling out some old school dance moves.
Belting it out: Jo appeared to be finding it hard to take the performance seriously as the trio performed Reach
They've changed a bit! Bradley and Paul both appear to have put on weight since their former heyday
But the trio's rendition of their number one track didn't go down too well with viewers, who complained about the absence of the other four members.
One viewer wrote on Twitter: 'Anyone wish S Club 7 to reform…watch this and you'll see why it shouldn't happen!!'
While another added: 'S Club 7 in Australia. This will make you cringe.'
As they were: Jo, Bradley and Paul with (left to right) Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee, Rachel Stevens and Tina Hobley
Other fans said that while they had been excited about the prospect of the group reforming, it just isn't the same as a three-piece.
One person tweeted: 'Omg. Got so excited thinking S Club 7 were doing a new tour. Only to find out its in Australia – & it's only 3 of them! #Heartbroken.'
But John-Paul from the formerly successful hip hop band Big Brovaz, who S Club 3 are touring Australia with, came forward in defense of the act.
He wrote on his Twitter page: 'Who cares what the papers say, I think #S-Club were great… Particularly since we have been touring Australia full on for 2 weeks! Wicked.'
Dancing queens: The Morning Show host Larry Emdur and guest host Dannii Minogue showed off their dance moves with the three-piece after their performance