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Bradley's bid to reunite S Club 7

Bradley McIntosh is trying to reunite S Club 7 - and wants former bandmate Rachel Stevens to get back in touch.

Inspired by the success of Take That, the Don't Stop Movin' star is keen to get Rachel, Jo O'Meara, Paul Cattermole, Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee and Tina Barrett back together to relaunch the group.

But Bradley - who is currently writing for the Pussycat Dolls - revealed at the Karaoke 'Pot Idol' party in London, where the new Sticky Rib Pot Noodle was launched, that he is not in touch with all his former bandmates. He admitted he and expectant mum Rachel hadn't spoken for years and he would love her to call him.

Bradley said: "I haven't spoken to Rachel in a very long time. I'd like to say to her 'congratulations'. I'm always there - 'Uncle Brad'. I've got a lot of love for everyone in the group."

Other Pot Noodle fans at the party were singing legend Tony Christie and former Big Brother star Nikki Grahame.

The karaoke was judged by Bradley, the Blackout Crew, Chucky Klapow from TV show Don't Stop Believin', and T'Pau's Carol Decker.

Example was supposed to be a judge too but the rapper was forced to pull out after his flights were cancelled.

He sent an email saying: "If anything, I was only coming for the Pot Noodles but either way I'm stuck in Ibiza for the next two nights due to my flight being cancelled. Sob sob. Have fun."

Other guests at the party included the Cheeky Girls, T'Pau, and Mini Viva member Britt, who shunned her band's own pop hits and only wanted to sing Amy Winehouse tracks.

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