With many bands announcing reformation, rumors are rife that now S Club 7 is considering to do the same. Member Rachel Stevens who launched a solo career after the group disbanded in 2003 won't rule out that a reunion may happen in near future.
Speaking at Vodaphone Music Awards Stevens said, "Pardon the pun, but bring it all back. We're all still in touch."
The pop group that is comprised of Stevens, Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara and Hannah Spearritt enjoyed huge success in late 1999 through their hits like 'Bring It all Back' and 'Two in a Million'. The band started to pull apart when Paul announced his departure in 2002.
Last week, Stevens also spoke to Sky Showbiz that she likes the idea of reunion. She said, "You never know, never say never. It would be good fun doing a rendition of 'Reach' or something. We're in touch every now and then. I haven't spoken to them in a while, but it's always nice when we bump into each other at events."