Stop the presses. STOP ALL OF THEM, I SAY. If you thought Taylor Swift dropping nine seconds of silence was a big deal in the pop world, then this news is going to blow the roof off of your day.
S Club 7, the British pop group super sensation and stars of your sixth grade school dance, announced that they will REUNITE for a charity special in November. Yup, you heard me. The BBC Children In Need Special on Nov. 14 will feature an S Club 7 reunion for the first time in more than a decade, after the group split in 2003 when Paul Cattermole left to seek out solo projects.
The reunion will feature all the original members (Paul Cattermole, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, and Rachel Stevens) and they will perform a medley of their songs for the Children In Need special, a benefit telethon for disabled children and young people.
Members of the group–which was formed by the Spice Girls’ manager, “Idol” series creator, and richer-than-God music manager Simon Fuller–tweeted about their excitement of the reunion:
— Tina Barrett (@realtinab1) October 22, 2014
— Rachel Stevens (@MsRachelStevens) October 22, 2014
So, basically, this telethon…I can’t figure out the words to describe what kind of party this might be. Can someone help me out here?
— S Club 7 (@SClub7) October 22, 2014
Blast this shit to get through your day, betches..
Image via Metro UK