The pop comeback trail looks set to continue with the news that S Club 7 are in talks about a reunion.
Hot on the heels of fellow 90s and 00s groups Atomic Kitten, Five and Blue, who reformed for ITV2's 'The Big Reunion', the 'Reach' hitmakers are apparently interested in a chart comeback.
Rachel Stevens - who was in the group along with Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee, Bradley Mcintosh, Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole and Jo O'Meara - told the Daily Star: "We met up not long ago and we talked about it and we still are talking about it.
"We are all in the same head space, talking about how special it was and we do all want to celebrate what we had. So it's definitely a possibility."
Full reunion rumours first emerged last year, with reports of a possible tour. As the story gathered pace, Hannah shot them down, denying the band would be reforming.
She told TV Choice last year: "It's cool that bands like Steps are getting back together, because it's worked out for lots of people. But I don't see it in my plans at all.
"In the future, I hope I'll still be working and being able to do what I love. I feel very lucky at the minute, and doing theatre has really opened more doors for me. So as long as I can keep doing what I love, I'm very lucky."
The group had 11 top 10 singles from 1999 until their split in 2003, including four number ones.
Jo, Paul and Bradley recently reformed as S Club 3 to perform at various pub and club gigs, and also made an appearance on Australian breakfast TV last year.
Don't Stop Movin'
Have You Ever
Never Had A Dream Come True
S Club Party
Bring It All Back
Two In A Million
You're My Number One
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