S Club 7 plan to bring back the party with reunion plans (+video)

S Club 7 are getting set to party again.  Photo / Supplied
S Club 7 are getting set to party again. Photo / Supplied

"There ain't no party like an S Club party" - and it looks likely the party will be back in action sooner than you think.

S Club 7, the hit-making British pop group created by Simon Fuller, are jumping on the reunion bandwagon.

The Daily Mail reported the seven-piece act have signed a new record deal.

"The guys have been inundated with approaches and offers over the past three years, but always said no," a spokesman said.

"'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."

Consisting of seven members - Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Paul Cattermole, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh - S Club 7 hit it big in the late 90s and early 2000s with hits like Bring It All Back and Don't Stop Movin'.

They sold 17 million albums, had four No. 1 UK singles and starred in their own TV show Miami 7 before splitting in 2003.

Blonde figurehead Rachel Stevens had the most success with a solo career thanks to her song So Good but most members have retreated from the limelight since the demise of the band.

Check out the video for S Club Party:

- Herald online

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