Bringing it all back! S Club 7 'planning reunion tour and new album after signing record deal'
17:35 GMT, 21 March 2012
First there was Take That, then Steps and now it looks like S Club 7 are the latest band to join the reunion bandwagon.
It was claimed this morning that the band, who had hits in the nineties with tracks including Don't Stop Moving and Bring It All Back, have signed a new record deal.
According to the Daily Mirror, Hannah Spearritt, Paul Cattermole, Jo O'Meara,
Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh are also planning a massive new tour together.
Bringing It All Back! S Club 7 are said to be planning a tour and album after signing a new record deal
Together again: (Left to right) Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee, Rachel Stevens, Bradley McIntosh and Hannah Spearritt were reunited at an event last year
A source told the newspaper: 'The guys have
been inundated with approaches and offers over the past three years, but
always said no.
'But following a series of talks and meetings, they decided to go for it. The
band figured it was a case of now or never. And if the gigs go well
there is the option to release a new album, plus a Greatest Hits.
'Everyone is really excited – and frantically getting back in shape.'
The band's PR told the Mail Online that reports of a reunion are 'just rumours at this stage'.
Battling: The band are apparently now all trying to get back to their S Club 7 days shape
Club 7 were formed by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller and rose to
fame in 1998 starring in their own TV show Miami 7 and having a
parallel pop career.
They scored four UK number one hits and sold over
seventeen million albums worldwide before initially splitting in 2003.
group were brought back together again for the first time in London
last March to celebrate former member Jon Lee taking over the starring
role of Frankie Valli in the musical Jersey Boys, sparking rumours
they would get back together.