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S Club 7
The program was a sitcom based around the band members (who played themselves) living together and trying to become famous. The program changed its name to reflect the location it was set in: Miami 7, LA 7, Hollywood 7 and Viva S Club, set in Spain. During each episode, the members would perform one of the songs from their current album. It was created and partially written by Kim Fuller , who also created and wrote the Spice Girls' movie.
The show also became a big hit in the United States, where it originally aired on Fox Family and later on ABC Family. The series were retitled S Club 7 in Miami, S Club 7 in Miami, S Club 7 in Miami and Viva S Club.
- Tina Barrett (born 1976)
- Paul Cattermole (born 1977)
- Jon Lee (born 1982)
- Bradley McIntosh (born 1981)
- Jo O'Meara (born 1979)
- Hannah Spearritt (born 1981)
- Rachel Stevens (born 1978)
In March 2002 Paul Cattermole, the eldest member of the band, announced he was leaving to join Skua, a nu metal band formed by his school-friends, though he remained with S Club 7 until June and continued to date fellow member Hannah Spearitt. The remaining six members stayed together under the name S Club until the release of their movie Seeing Double in April 2003, disbanding later the same month.
Spearitt went on to star in the movie Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London, while Rachel Stevens has enjoyed several solo hits.
S Club Juniors
A contest asking for children to join S Club 7 during a performance at Wembley arena resulted in 9 children forming another band, originally called S Club Juniors. One of them - Connor - left this band early but the others keep the S Club legacy alive to this day under the name of S Club 8. They also had a small role in 'Viva S Club'. Their hits include: One Step Closer, Automatic High, New Direction, Puppy Love and Fool No More.
- Bring It All Back (1999) (single - #1)
- S Club Party (1999) (single - #2)
- S Club (1999) (album - #2)
- Two In A Million/You're My Number One (1999) (single - #2)
- Reach (2000) (single - #2)
- 7 (2000) (album - #1)
- Natural (2000) (single - #3)
- Never Had A Dream Come True (2000) (single - #1)
- Don't Stop Movin' (2001) (single - #1)
- Have You Ever (2001) (single - #1)
- Sunshine (2001) (album - #3)
- You (2002) (single - #2)
- Alive (2002) (single - #5)
- Seeing Double (2002) (album - #17)
- Say Goodbye/Love Ain't Gonna Wait For You (2003) (single - #2)
- Best - The Greatest Hits Of (2003) (album - #2)
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