S Club 7 Plans Long-Awaited Charity Reunion After More Than a Decade

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S Club 7 is reuniting next month. Getty Images

Ain't no party like an S Club party! After more than a decade apart, the seven British singers announced plans to reunite next month. 

S Club 7 will stage a long-awaited reunion to raise funds for charity. The famed 1990s pop group is set to take the stage at the BBC's Children in Need benefit show on Friday, Nov. 14. 

While various iterations and pairings of the group have performed in recent years, this is the first time that all seven members will be together for a gig since 2003. 

"This is going to be the mega S Club party of all time," the British band said in a statement to the BBC. 

Made up of members Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, and Rachel Stevens, S Club 7 is known for hit songs such as "Don't Stop Movin'" and "Bring It All Back," and the band's television shows including S Club 7 in Miami and S Club 7 in L.A. 

The pop stars worked with the BBC in the past, recording their hit song "Never Had a Dream Come True" as a charity single for Children In Need.

"We're massive fans of BBC Children In Need and it was great to be able to support the charity all those years ago," the band continued. "We're really looking forward to bringing it all back for Pudsey, for BBC Children In Need and for all our fans who have been so great over the years."

S Club 7's members voiced their excitement for the reunion on Twitter on Wednesday, Oct. 22, tweeting about the gig. "So excited that @SClub7 will be performing for BBC CHILDREN IN NEED 2014!" Lee wrote. "#BeAHero #aintnopartylikeanSClubparty x"

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