By Dan Lane
After a nine year hiatus, the original line-up of S Club 7 have reformed.
Jo O'Meara, Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole have reportedly signed a new two album record deal and will play a series of live dates this summer.
The British group, who were the brainchild of former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller, rose to fame in 1999 when their first single, Bring It All Back, debuted at the top of the Official Singles Chart. Over the course of their career, S Club 7 enjoyed 13 Top 10 singles (including four Number 1 singles) and four Top 10 albums (including one Number 1). See their full chart history here.
Rachel Stevens was the most successful S Club 7 member post-split. She scored five Top 10 singles and one Top 10 album. See her chart history here.
S Club 7 also spawned a spin off group, originally called S Club Juniors (later re Christened S Club 8), who featured future Saturdays members Rochelle Wiseman and Frankie Sandford.