Club 7 & # 39; s in talks with REUNITE for a tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the iconic band & # 39; … 16 years after separation
S Club 7 are in talks to reunite to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary next year.
A source tells The Sunday Mirror that the band – consisting of Rachel Stevens, Jo O 'Meara, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh and Hannah Spearritt – are in talks for an arena tour.
In August, bandmate Rachel sparked rumors that a reunion was underway after the singer said the idea had "bubbled up" between the band.
They are back? S Club 7 are in talks to reunite to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary next year (pictured above when they were formed in 1999)
One source said: “There are talks between band members now about going on a reunion tour next year.
“Many bandmates are willing to do that. It's still early, but they are talking and fans can delight in 2020.
"It all makes sense for a S Club 7 20th anniversary celebration."
MailOnline contacted representatives of S Club 7 for comment.
Setback: The band reunited in 2014 to perform at Children In Need, and now rumors have surfaced that a reunion tour is underway.
S Club 7 was one of the most iconic bands of the 2000s, after being formed by legendary manager Simon Fuller in 1999 after his work for the Spice Girls.
It is unclear whether & # 39; meeting conversations & # 39; Reports included Paul, who left the band in 2002, before breaking up a year later.
A smaller version of the band titled SC3 and composed by Joe, Bradley and Tina continued to perform nationwide.
Paul has been particularly open about his struggles since leaving the band and said last year that he has been through tough times and has been facing money problems since he was declared bankrupt in 2015.
Jo was also at the center of controversy in 2007 during an appearance on Celebrity Big Brother when she was accused of racial bullying to Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty.
Shock: S Club 7 (L-R) was formed by Jon Lee, Tina Barrett, Hannah Spearritt, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Bradley McIntosh and Jo O'Meara (photo 2001)
Along with an appearance on the Miami 7 TV series and his own feature film Seeing Double, S Club 7 were known for pop classics like Reach, Don't Stop Movin ', Have You Ever and Two In A. Million
Following in the footsteps of the pop band's favorite Steps, the band reunited for a performance at Children In Need 2014, which delighted fans.
This comes after Rachel hinted that the band had discussed a reunion in the future during an appearance on This Morning in August.
Recalling her time in the band, she said, 'You never know. There are seven of us all at different stages of our lives, but it bubbles from time to time.
"I can't believe it's been 20 years, it's crazy. We were everywhere. TV shows, albums, tours.
Shock: S Club 7 was formed by Paul, Hannah, Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Jon Lee (photo in Seeing Double in 2003)