Are S Club 7 Planning A Reunion?

“Ain’t No Party Like An S Club Party”. Amen sister. We at Homorazzi.com adore this British export tremendously. Tyrell previously highlighted them in our Old School Flashback series and Dan even had a S Club 7 theme birthday party years ago. I can 100% guarantee, they along with me are hoping rumors of a reunion by the fab 7 are actually true.

London’s The Sun is reporting that the seven original members of Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh, Paul Cattermole, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens are on board for a reunion to promote a Greatest Hits album. Up until now O’Meara, McIntosh and Cattermole were the only ones still working under the S Club name. The trio regularly performed club and university gigs as S Club 3, keeping the brand alive.

Along with a tour, the group is reportedly entertaining the thought of making a television comeback also. It’s only fitting they do this, since the group became a success due to their multiple TV shows and specials like “S Club 7 in Miami” and “S Club 7 in LA“. Perhaps, they’re new one could be “S Club 7 in Vancouver”. I know that would make most of the Homorazzi cast extremely happy. Continue reading to find out my favorite five tracks from the group.

S Club 7’s Top 5 Songs

With “Never Had A Dream Come True” being S Club 7’s sole North American hit (Billboard Peak at 10), you’d think that the ballad would top my list. Well, you’d be wrong. Instead, it should come as no surprise that the lyrics I quoted at the beginning of this post with topped my Top 5 S Club 7 Song List. Check out what else rounded out my list.

1. S Club Party

Album: S Club
Released : 1999
UK Chart Peak: 2

2. Two In A Million

Album: S Club
Released : 1999
UK Chart Peak: 2

3. Never Had A Dream Come True

Album: 7
Released : 2000
UK Chart Peak: 1 (Billboard Peak 10 *only US Hit)

4. Reach

Album: 7
Released : 2000
UK Chart Peak: 2

5. Bring It All Back

Album: S Club
Released : 1999
UK Chart Peak: 1

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Since the group broke up in 2003, members of the group have gone in very different directions. One came out, one spewed racially-driven comments while on Celebrity Big Brother and one achieved mild solo success. To find out what each S Club 7 member has been up to, read Tyrell’s previous post about them. He gives you the lowdown on all your favorites.

  • Victor Villarreal

    Hicieron que reviviera mi infancia con estas canciones! jajajaja!

  • LS

    Happy 1000th page, Homorazzi! I really enjoy your articles. Keep them coming!

  • Gary

    one of my favorite UK group aside from Westlife,i even bought a cd of there concert from 2000 when i was in the Middle East.

  • Perry P

    Amazing news and great idea for an S Club 7 themed party.