S CLUB 7 ARE BACK!

S CLUB 7 ARE BACK!
Welcome to @SClubility, your favourite S Club 7 fansite! The group is back and their reunion Tour 'Bring It All Back 2015' promises to be the biggest event this year! Stay tuned for more!

BRING IT ALL BACK

BRING IT ALL BACK
S Club 7 is touring the UK for the very first time after thirteen long years. Click the thumbnail to learn everything you need to know about their much anticipated new 2015 Tour!

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NEW COVER!

| April 20, 2015
It seems that we got a new cover as Amazon.co.uk has just updated this image as the cover for S Club 7's re-release of 'BEST: The Greatest Hits of S Club 7'! It definitely maintains the soul of their complilation's first edition featuring at the same time the new sparkly official logo of their reunion. Originally their label was listed as 'Universal' but it has now changed to 'Commercial Marketing' which is a filial of 'Universal Music'. There is no official tracklisting yet but the album is already ready to preorder it as an import on Amazon US, Japan and Germany where the cover has also been updated with the same image. The album will be released on May 4, 2015 except for America and Japan, with May 12, 2015 as the release date.
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NEW JON INTERVIEW

| April 18, 2015
BirminghamMail.co.uk: S Club 7 kicked off their very first tour at Birmingham’s NEC back in 2001. If you’d suggested then that they would be back 14 years later, starting a reunion tour in Birmingham on May 7, they would have laughed. In fact, Jon Lee says: “I would have said that no-one would remember us. It’s amazing to be doing this again. There seems to be a lot of love and nostalgia out there.”

Although they will be singing the same songs, like the hits Reach, Don’t Stop Movin’ and Bring It All Back, Jon says the two shows will be very different. Technological advances mean a more spectacular show, though the seven singers may not be quite as full of beans as they were in their late teens. Jon says he’s unlikely to be doing his trademark back flip every night, and they won’t be doing too much partying after the shows.

He well remembers staying at the Hyatt Hotel in Birmingham the night after a gig in the city in 2002. The group were celebrating when, at 4am, a knock came on the door. It turned out to be Fran Healy from Travis, asking them to keep the noise down because he had a show that night and was trying to sleep. Jon laughs: “How rock and roll was that! I remember that so clearly, the pop group keeping the rockers awake with their partying. I remember feeling quite sheepish when I opened the door and it was Fran asking us to shut up. We said sorry and kept quiet."

“We weren’t even being that raucous, just having a few drinks and talking, but when there’s seven of you, you don’t realise how loud you can get. Back in the day we didn’t party that much but we had a lot more energy. Now it will be a lot more difficult to wake up after a heavy night, so we will probably be slightly more subdued. Starting the tour at the NEC again, though it’s called the Genting Arena now, is like history repeating itself. We’re returning to the scene of the crime!"

“The show will be very different this time because technology has moved on so much. There will be a big wow factor, with screens, lights and lifts coming up from the stage. We have a great choreographer who has done the X Factor and Girls Aloud tours."

“Will I be doing a back flip? I’m not sure! I can probably still do one but I’m not sure if I can get up again. I was fearless and fit then and could do one every single night on tour. I have been hitting the gym to get in shape, but there’s a bit difference between 20 and 32. If I pull a muscle now it would ruin me for the rest of the tour."

“I remember doing our first solo tour was terrifying. We’d done the TV show and sold records but we didn’t know if anyone would want to come out and watch us. We were thrilled when venues sold out. I hope the response will be just as good this time. A lot of the audience will be in their late 20s and early 30s, but some are saying they will be bringing their kids with them!"

“I’m bringing my nephews and niece, aged 11, seven and six, who are very excited to see what Uncle Jon used to do. We were always so well received in Birmingham. It is such a buzz to look out at 10,000 people with their arms in the air singing Reach. That’s the biggest rush you can imagine.”

S Club 7 were formed by Simon Fuller in 1997 after he was fired by the Spice Girls. He put together Jon with Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole. They went on to sell almost 20 million records and had their own TV series.

They disbanded in 2003 but reunited for a live appearance on Children in Need last October. Then in November they announced their would return for the Bring It All Back tour, starting in May 2015.
Jon was only 16 when he joined the band but was already a showbiz veteran, playing Oliver! in the West End at 12 and appearing in EastEnders.

When S Club 7 went their separate ways, Jon went back to musical theatre and has appeared in Les Miserables, The King and I and Jersey Boys. He also dabbled in property renovation.

“My dad was a property developer, so when I was young and the money started coming in, rather than wasting it on cars which I couldn’t even drive until I was 24, I invested it in property. I bought flats, did them up and rented them out."

“It’s a good investment, especially when I didn’t know when the next job was coming. I wouldn’t say I really missed being in S Club, because I love working in musical theatre and I like playing a character and pretending to be someone else. But it’s also great to have thousands of people cheering for you. And to get that a second time round is amazing."

“When we broke up, we thought we had had a great time and got it out of our system. If someone had said in 12 years time you will get back, I would have said there’s no way people would remember us in 12 years! But the time has flown by and it doesn’t feel that long."

“The songs seem to still be popular. It makes me laugh when I go out and Reach comes on and people go mental. They flock to the dancefloor, even grown men. I do love Reach for the crowd reaction, you can feel the anticipation for it, but I think my favourite song is Don’t Stop Movin’. That’s just a really great song."

“I don’t think we will record any new material. The tour is a celebration of our greatest hits, which we’re re-releasing, but I’m not sure people would want new music from us. It’s about that moment in time that they remember and it’s not up to date, so if we were to record we’d have to change our sound which is not what people want."

“Our relationship has always been like brothers and sisters. I have known them for half my life. We spent so much time together and there are only seven people in the world who know what it was like. We will always have that bond.”

S Club 7 play the Genting Arena at Birmingham’s NEC on May 7. For tickets click here.
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S CLUB 7 STAGE AND BEST

| April 16, 2015
So S Club 7 shared a new picture today of their dancers during rehearsals, they will introduce them to us very soon... But for now, If you look the picture closely, you can spot some blue lines on the floor. This is just a guest but it is logical to think that those marks are limits that will be present at the final stage design (which I bet it's already planned). The little crosses in front of the mirrors would be the end of the stage and the other squares could possibly be some kind of stairs... By looking at the photo there would be six of this kind of stairs (probably there is a 7th one that didn't make it into the shot) . Also, back in the room, if you look into the reflection in the mirrors, you can see a bigger square that looks like what could be an upper place of the stage. Again, this is all speculation... let's wait and see If I am right. This is what it would look like more or less:
If this speculation is true the stage would be a mixture of what the S Club Carnival and the S Club United looked like. By the way, S Club 7's re-release of BEST (which will be on sale on May 4th) has been already listed as a preorder in Amazon.co.uk and you can pre-order it by clicking here. There is no official cover or tracklist yet. Can't wait to learn more, stay with SClubility to know all the latest.
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'S CLUB' RELEASED 15 YEARS AGO IN THE US

| April 14, 2015
It's been 15 years since S Club 7's debut album 'S Club' was released in the USA. The album achieved gold status according to Nielsen Soundscan. To commemorate it, US website Buzzfeed.com created a fun entry about it:

The date was April 11, 2000. It was a Tuesday.


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



A Tuesday that gave us one of the greatest albums of all time or, at least, the early ’00s: S Club 7’s S Club.

A Tuesday that gave us one of the greatest albums of all time or, at least, the early '00s: S Club 7's S Club.



That means it’s been 15 YEARS since Tina did her dance.


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



15 YEARS since Jon looked for romance.

15 YEARS since Jon looked for romance.



15 YEARS since Paul got down on the floor.


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



15 YEARS since Hannah screamed out for more.

15 YEARS since Hannah screamed out for more.



15 YEARS since we saw Bradley swing.


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



15 YEARS since we saw Rachel do her thing.

15 YEARS since we saw Rachel do her thing.



And 15 YEARS since Jo had the flow.


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



That also means it’s been 15 years since you got your middle school slow dance on to “Two In a Million.”


S Club 7's Debut Album Dropped 15 Years Ago And We're All Super Old Now



If S Club 7 is still your No. 1 all these years later — and you’re in the UK this May — then you’re in luck.

If S Club 7 is still your No. 1 all these years later — and you're in the UK this May — then you're in luck.



Yes, the group is reuniting for the “Bring It All Back” tour.

Yes, the group is reuniting for the "Bring It All Back" tour.


Check out tour dates and get tickets here. But if you’re not in the UK, just relive your youth on Spotify.
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HANNAH WAS BLOODY BRILLIANT IN GORYTIME

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According to GoryTime's director Peter Harris, Hannah Spearritt provided "an exceptional performance" yesterday for GoryTime's upcoming project. You can see a picture of Hannah with the whole cast above and some tweets about the project below.
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JON SPEAKS TO WESTERNMNEWS

| April 13, 2015
Jon Lee is enjoying life as a pop star again and is gearing up to tour with the band S Club 7. The group, which enjoyed massive success from the late 90s until 2003 have recently reformed and have announced an arena tour, which starts next month. 

S Club 7 were created by ex Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller and sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. They also had many hits, including four number ones including Bring It All Back, Never Had A Dream Come True and Don’t Stop Movin and had their own TV series which opened the doors for shows like High School Musical and Glee. The 32 year old said it’s like old times being back in the group.

Talking to WesternMorningNews.co.uk Jon Lee said: “We’re enjoying rehearsals and we are working with an incredible choreographer who has worked with the likes of Cheryl Cole, Olly Murs and the X Factor tours,”.

“We’re learning all new routines. The first day was a shock to the system, as I’ve not danced like that for years, but I soon got back into it.” He promises fans a ‘fantastic show’.

“It’s going to be a huge celebration of our greatest hits and we’ve also had a few tracks re-mastered to give them a modern edge and to make sure they sound big in the venues,” said Jon. He said the reunion was a logistical nightmare: “It was two years in the making,” admited.

“I was contracted to a musical and Rachel was having a baby when it first got talked about. When we finally got back together and performed for the first time, on Children In Need, our performance got one million hits on You Tube in one day, it’s crazy. We didn’t know what to expect, but as soon as we announced the tour, we looked on social media to see people were going to fly to see us from Mexico and Australia. The response was incredible.”

Now the band are back together, it’s like old times. “There are plenty of jokes flying about and the old nicknames have come back,” he declared. Before finding fame, Jon was brought up and raised in Devon. “It’s perfect. I wouldn’t have wanted to have grown up anywhere else,” he said. “I love it in South Devon. I only live where I do because of work.”

He attended Decoy Primary School in Newton Abbot and moved to Ipplepen Primary School. The performer went onto Coombeshead School in Newton Abbot before receiving a scholarship at Sylvia Young Theatre School. He went on to play the lead in Oliver! aged 13 at London Palladium before being catapulted into the limelight in S Club 7.

The Brit Award winning band announced they were to split live on stage in 2003 and following them disbanding Jon went on to carve a successful career in the West End landing leading roles in Les Miserables and Jersey Boys. He played Marius in Les Miserables and took on the part of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys at the Prince Edward Theatre, London for three years until last year.

He’s now committed to the S Club tour until the summer. “I’ve never made plans in life, someone is looking over me,” he said.

“As soon as the S Club tour finishes I’ll go back to auditioning, as I do love musical theatre and pretending to be a character for a couple of hours a day. The West End is booming at the moment and money is being pumped into the shows to make them an experience rather than just a show. It’s an exciting time for theatre.”
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CECE SAMMY IS BIAB'S VOCAL COACH

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Former Just The Two Of Us judge Cece Samy is S Club 7's vocal coach once more for 'Bring It All Back 2015'. You may remember her from S Club 7's documentary TV-series 'Don't Stop Movin' from 2002 where she was filmed for some episodes while working alongside S Club on their Tour "S Club Carnival 2002". Cece who shared the picture on her official Facebook account commented:

"First day back in rehearsals with S Club 7. Doesn't feel like 12 years have passed ‪#‎BringItAllBack‬ ‪#‎Reunited‬ ‪#‎VocalCoach‬ ‪#‎SillyFaces‬ ‪#‎Fun‬ ‪#‎Rehearsals‬"
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HANNAH IN GORYTIME

| April 12, 2015
GoryTime is a website that tells "a series of independent horror stories narrated by characters caught up in a brutal real life horror of their own". Hannah Spearritt will be making her appearance in one short story of theirs soon, a little teaser will be released today, as confirmed yesterday by the Twitter of GoryTime and Hannah herself.


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DANCE DANCE DANCE

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A photo posted by Bradley Mcintosh (@london_citiboy) on
Bradley keep sharing pictures of the band rehearsing for the tour. Yesterday he shared this picture of the band in front of a mirror and we can see that the dancers were there with them... This Tour is going to be EPIC!
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ELLIS PROGRAMMING BIAB 2015

| April 09, 2015
It's been ten days since Simon Ellis is "deep in programming the music for the S Club Tour" as stated in this tweet that somehow passed unnoticed, until now!
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