The S Club 7 is an English pop band formed by Simon Fuller, the creator of the Spice Girls, in 1998. This group, which lasted until 2002, was also created for the needs of a TV series, also called S Club 7. After the departure of Paul Cattermole, the band continued until 2003 under the name of S Club .
In 2008, Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole announce that they are meeting to revive the band now called S Club 3 , then joined by Hannah Spearritt to form S Club 4 .
After several years of negotiations, the group finally agrees to reform for the 2014 edition of Children in Need, broadcast on the BBC. On November 14, 2014, seeing the enormous impact of their return, they decided to schedule a tour of 11 dates in the UK.
In 1998, companies sought to create a new television series out of the ordinary about a group of young musicians trying to become famous. Following auditions, seven unknown young singers, between 16 and 22 years old, are chosen.