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Rachel: S Club reunion could happen

Rachel Stevens has revealed an S Club 7 reunions is always "bubbling" around the band.

Rachel and bandmates Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh, Paul Cattermole, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee and Hannah Spearritt burst onto the pop scene in 1999, starring in their own children's BBC series.

They had a string of top three singles including Bring It All Back, S Club Party and Don't Stop Movin. They became S Club in 2002 when Paul left, and then split up in 2003.

Jo, Bradley and Paul reformed S Club in 2012, and Rachel revealed the rest of the band have not ruled out a reunion.

Rachel told ITV's Lorraine: "We keep in touch, I haven't seen them for a while but we're always texting and tweeting and keeping in touch... It's always bubbling in the background talking about us getting back together."

There have been rumours S Club 7 will be taking part in the next series of ITV's The Big Reunion.

Rachel said: "Obviously it hasn't happened yet because I think getting seven diaries together is really difficult, everyone's off doing their own thing but it would be fun... I think if it was going to be, it would have to be all of us!"

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