S Club Allstars

S Club Allstars (Also known as S Club 3, SC3, and S Club Party) is a version of the band that tours universities, nightclubs, festivals, and even headlines a tour along side other celebrities of the noughties. The concept began with Paul Cattermole and Bradley McIntosh DJing at events, shortly after, they were joined by Jo O’Meara and began live performances. At one point they were joined by Tina Barrett, and were briefly billed as S Club 4, prior to Cattermole dropping out of the line up due to unknown reasons.

The longest spanning variation of this incarnation was Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh, and Tina Barrett. Together they toured the United Kingdom bringing the house down at various events. In 2015, all seven members of S Club 7 reunited to perform for Children In Need, which was followed by an arena tour titled ‘Bring It All Back’. Following the tour, S Club quietly disbanded and regular S Club 3 performances continued (Paul was in some performances briefly, making it S Club 4, however, Paul left to take a spot in ‘Rocky Horror’).

In 2017, SC3 released a independent single titled “Family” to aid Rainbow Trust Charity. The song was penned by former S Club 7 writer Simon Ellis, and was originally recorded during the 2015 reunion, however, remained unreleased. In 2019, Hannah Spearritt joined Jo, Bradley, and Tina for a one-off performance. In August of 2020, O’Meara announced her departure from the trio to re-focus on her solo career.

Following Jo’s departure for a very brief time, they toured as S Club ft Amelia Lily, featuring X-Factor’s Amelia Lily taking over lead vocals. In 2021, they began touring with Stacey Franks (nee McClean) from S Club Juniors as S Club Allstars! In February of 2023, S Club 7 announced a reunion and will tour in October of 2023.