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S Club 7 set to reunite for Children In Need. HOLD US.

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Seriously. HOLD US.

It’s official: The legendary, immortal, ‘ain’t no party like an S Club Party’ S CLUB FREAKIN’ 7 are back in full and ready to launch the mother of all comebacks on the world.

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The pop septet dominated the charts in late nineties and early naughties with stone cold classics such as ‘Reach’, ‘Don’t Stop Movin’ and ‘Bring It All Back’ and there have been several unfortunate attempts at a reunion in the last few years, but yesterday the news was confirmed via Twitter;

No word yet on what the group have got planned exactly but we’re hoping for a mega medley. Now while we wait, it’s time to dig out those old S Club albums and have an S Club party!

You don’t get key changes like THAT in pop music anymore.

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