S Club 7 set to return with huge tour two decades after they split up

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The band broke up in 2003- but a comeback may be on the horizon

Iconic British pop group, S Club 7, is  set to reform  in time for this coming summer with a huge UK tour - 20 years after the band split up. The group  were hugely popular up to this point, with four number one hits.

The band was composed of Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, and Tina Barrett. No official announcement has been made yet, but one is said to be imminent.

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Any announcement is expected to reveal dates for a summer tour. The new dates would come 25 years after the group released its first song. This was way back in 1998 and for five years they were a big name on the UK pop music scene.

The incoming dates may have to take some form of back seat due to ill health of 43 year-old lead singer Jo O’Meara.. O’Meara spent a number of days in hospital after having pieces of disc removed from her back. This was an injury which caused her to suffer pain she likened to ‘being shot’.

O’Meara told a national publication last week that the pain was like someone had ‘shot her in the bum’. S Club 7 rose to fame in the late 1990s through songs such as ‘Bring It All Back To You’ and ‘Don’t Stop Movin’.

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