Blue back S Club 7 for Big Reunion
Blue think S Club 7 should appear on the next series of ITV2's hit reality show 'The Big Reunion' based on their success in their heyday.
Blue are backing S Club 7 to appear on the next series of 'The Big Reunion'.
The 'All Rise' boy band - Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe - think the pop seven-piece, who had a string of hits in the early 2000s including 'Bring It All Back', would be the perfect group to feature on the second series of ITV2's hit reality show.
Appearing on 'Blue's 00s Pop Roulette' on VH1 - which counts down the band's favourite tunes from the early part of the millennium - Duncan hinted: "They may actually be on next year's 'Big Reunion'."
Lee said: "They were a great band. I think they should be."
The 'One Love' hitmakers think the band - who were made up of Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens - would be a big draw for next year's series based on the success they had in their heyday.
Antony said: "This song [S Club 7's 'Don't Stop Movin'] beat us to Record of the Year in 2001. We were winning, winning, winning, then they started beating us. They pipped us to the post."
Lee added: "Think how big their tours were, they were crazy!"
'The Big Reunion' - which also featured Atomic Kitten, Liberty X, B*Witched, 911, 5ive and The Honeyz - proved to be a winning formula for ITV2 earlier this year, attracting over one million viewers and spawning two sold-out tours featuring the reunited pop bands.
The groups will reportedly appear in a fly-on-the-wall spin-off show documenting their May arena tour ahead of the second series, which is rumoured to feature an all-new cast of former pop stars.
Don't miss Blue's 00's Pop Roulette on Monday 6 May at 9pm on VH1