Huge ’90s pop band reveal plans for new TV series ahead of big anniversary tour

S CLUB has had four TV series and a film – and now they want to return to the box to tell viewers what happened to their characters.

The five-member group had their children’s shows Miami 7, LA 7, Hollywood 7 and Viva S Club broadcast around the world, but there was never a finale.

S-Club says they would like to return to television


S-Club says they would like to return to televisionPhoto credit: Leigh Keily

When asked if they had thought about filming more, Jo O’Meara said: “I’m ready for another film.”

Rachel Stevens continued: “We played with the idea. We all thought about what our characters would look like now.”

They will kick off their Good Times Reunion Tour in Manchester on Thursday and play shows in North America later in the year.

But after filming their shows in Miami, Los Angeles and Barcelona, ​​if they were actually back in front of the camera they would want to film closer to home since they now have families.

Speaking on Lance Bass’ Frosted Tips podcast, Jo added: “It would be very interesting to see what actually happened in the end. We need closure.

“But of course we would have to do it in London.”

The pop group will be on tour without Hannah Spearitt, who stepped down following the death of her bandmate Paul Cattermole.

After his death, the remaining members, including Jon Lee, Tina Barrett and Bradley McIntosh, said they would pay tribute to Paul on the tour.

In a video posted to Instagram, Rachel said the group tried to take time to process what happened before Bradley acknowledged Paul as their “big brother.”

She added: “No one could ever replace our Paul. He lives on in each and every one of us.”

It was Jon who pointed out Hannah’s absence in the video.

He explained: “Now you’ve probably noticed that there are only five of us here today.

“Although Hannah will always be a part of S Club 7, she will not be joining us on this tour, but we wish her all the best for the future.

“However, the five of us are very excited and ready to move on and it will be our tribute to Paul.

“We’re renaming the tour ‘The Good Times Tour,’ the song Paul wanted to sing.”

Gary B. Graves

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