S Club 7 'unlikely' for Big Reunion
Rachel Stevens thinks it is unlikely S Club 7 will reform on 'The Big Reunion' because there is too many of them and they would need their own show instead.
Rachel Stevens says S Club 7 are unlikely to reform on 'The Big Reunion'.
While the 35-year-old beauty is a big fan of the ITV2 show, which saw former 1990s pop groups such as Blue and Atomic Kitten get back together, she has hinted the 'Bring It All Back' hitmakers - also consisting of Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara and Hannah Spearritt - would probably need their own show because there are so many members.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "It's a great show, but I think for us, there's seven of us ... seven of us getting back together, we're in all in very different places, so [I don't know]. But it's a great show; it's that nostalgia that everyone wants to see."
Rachel thoroughly enjoyed seeing her former pop cohorts, including 5ive, reform on 'Big Reunion' and even got emotional watching the show.
She added: "I loved 'The Big Reunion' and watched all the shows. When they did the tour with them all, I felt a bit emotional watching it because I just thought, how brilliant for them to relive it all. They looked like they were having the best time."
The glamorous singer hasn't ruled out a potential S Club reunion in future, but admits it won't be "any time soon" as she's pregnant with her second child.
Rachel - who also has a three-year-old daughter, Amelie - said: "I've got baby number two on the way now, so I can't imagine we'll be doing 'Reach for the Stars' any time soon.
"We've been in touch and everyone obviously has such fond memories of the band. If it was for the right thing and a celebration of what we had, I don't see why not at some point."
Rachel was speaking at Mothercare's Christmas event to celebrate the renovation of the chain's flagship Oxford Street store in London.