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Strictly Come Dancing: Who will impress in Week Four? Live blog

Last week on Strictly was pretty special - with everything from our first 10 of the series to some "disappointing" dances from celebs we thought had been doing well. It just goes to show that anything can happen... so what will week four bring?

We're about to find out, so join us right here from 6.30pm when the show begins on BBC One and we'll bring you all the ballroom action as it happens...

20:21But that's your lot for this evening! Tomorrow: Will Young (yay!) and someone going home (boo). Let us know who you think it will be by leaving your comments, and be sure to stick with DS for all the Strictly coverage you need...

20:19Incidentally, Joan Collins has some thoughts about this week's Strictly.

#strictlycomedancing so sad about Jay stumbling - he's my favourite!

Joan Collins (@Joancollinsdbe) October 17, 2015

Katie is good unfortunate dress #strictlycomedancing

Joan Collins
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S Club 7 reunion: testing the power of pop nostalgia

The 90s pop act are getting back together for charity. Should the recent appetite for reunions give them hope of another bite at fame?

As anyone who attended a school disco in 1999 will attest, there aint no party like an S Club party. The group behind that song and other glistening pop hits such as Reach, Bring It All Back and Dont Stop Movin will be hoping to prove that their much-quoted catchphrase still holds true 15 years later, as they announced on Wednesday that theyve officially reformed for a special performance for the BBCs Children in Need appeal the first outing for the original lineup since 2002.

After Paul Cattermole quit the group to devote more time to his nu-metal project, the remaining six members trudged on for one last half-hearted album campaign before bowing to the inevitable in 2003. The interim years have seen short-lived solo careers, reality TV racism scandals
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S Club 7 Makes Our Dreams Come True With Reunion News

S Club 7 Makes Our Dreams Come True With Reunion News
The '90s pop supergroup is getting back together for a charity performance next month.

S Club 7 is bringing it all back for charity, and making our dreams come true in the process!

The '90s supergroup has finally gotten all seven members on board for a reunion at the BBC's Children in Need benefit show on Friday, November 14.

Since the group called it quits in 2003, the members had gone their separate ways. Bradley McIntosh, Paul Cattermole and Jo O’Meara still got together to perform S Club hits from time to time, while Tina Barrett stayed out of the spotlight, Hannah Spearritt pursued an acting career, and Jon Lee focused on musical theater.

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Rachel Stevens, meanwhile, pursued a solo career in music. She'll serve as a judge on the upcoming season of The Voice of Ireland.

November's BBC Charity show marks the first time that
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S Club 7 Will Reunite and Bring It All Back to You

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There ain’t no party like an S Club party. So naturally, the British pop group just have to get back together. Reuniting for the first time in over a decade, S Club 7 members Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee will perform a medley of their greatest hits on BBC as a part of its...Read more»
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S Club 7 'unlikely' for Big Reunion

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 said: ''It's a great show, but I think for us, there's seven of us ... seven of us getting back
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Why an S Club 7 reunion show needs to happen

Forget The Big Reunion – S Club 7's turbulent past would make theirs the ultimate ex-pop star reality show

Once upon a time, S Club 7 ruled the world. They had hit singles. They had a TV show. They had a film where they all got to play their own evil twin. They had a weird gang of less successful infant Mini-Me Minipops in the form of the S Club Juniors. There was nothing that S Club 7 couldn't accomplish, or so it seemed, because they were there for each other. And then it all went wrong.

But now they're back. It's been reported that S Club 7 are close to signing up for one of those reunion TV series that everyone likes so much now. That much was probably an inevitability, given how beneficial The Big Reunion was for everyone involved. The acts got a huge career boost, fans
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S Club 7 to sign up for rival 'Big Reunion' show?

S Club 7 are reportedly being courted for a new reunion TV special.

The late 1990's and early 2000's pop group are said to be wanted by their former management company for a show to rival ITV2's The Big Reunion, The Sun reports.

19 Entertainment are allegedly putting together their own reality show with all seven members of the band, in a similar fashion to Steps' reunion for Sky Living.

It would be the first time S Club 7 have all been together since Paul Cattermole's departure in 2002.

"The Big Reunion was such an incredible success the first time round that ITV are currently signing up bands for the second series," a source said.

"S Club were very high on their list, but getting them seems to have been scuppered by this latest move.

"To be fair to 19 Entertainment, they created S Club 7 so there's no reason why
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S Club make TV comeback, tease reunion: "Never say never"

S Club 7 have made a TV comeback in Australia. Three of the band's members - Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole - are currently touring the country under the name S Club. The trio stopped by Australia's The Morning Show - which was being guest-presented by Dannii Minogue - for a performance of their popular hit 'Reach'. The group have yet to confirm whether all seven members will reunite for a rumoured tour later this year after reports emerged (more)
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S Club 7 reunion should happen, say Digital Spy readers

S Club 7 reforming later this year is a good idea, Digital Spy readers have said. Over 5,000 of you voted in our poll, with an overwhelming 66.2% supporting the news that the band may reunite for a series of gigs and possibly an album later this year. S Club 7 were founded by music mogul Simon Fuller in 1998 and featured Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens. They enjoyed 11 hit singles and four albums before splitting (more)
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S Club 7 'reuniting in summer for tour, two albums'

S Club 7 have reportedly secured a seven-figure deal to reunite later this year. The 'Reach' group are said to be planning a series of UK gigs in the summer, as well as the possibility of releasing two albums, including a new Greatest Hits collection. The group consisting of Hannah Spearritt, Paul Cattermole, Jo O'Meara, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh have reportedly decided to reunite to coincide with landmarks events in the UK this summer, such as the Olympics and Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. "The guys have been inundated with approaches and offers over the past three years, but always said no," a source told The Mirror. "But following a series of talks and meetings, they decided to go for it. What with the Olympics coming up and the Queen's Diamond (more)
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S Club 7 reunion tour: Does anyone actually want this to happen?

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Remember S Club 7?

We didn't, either. The UK-based pop group, which was most relevant in the late '90s and very early 2000s, is staging a comeback. You may remember them from their multiple TV shows and specials, such as "S Club 7 in Miami" and "S Club 7 in La," but they were best known for being the redheaded stepchild of Spice Girls creator Simon Fuller.

They broke up in 2003, after a minor scandal involving their film "Seeing Double." They flew to the premiere in economy class, and Fuller didn't even show up.

Now, all 7 members are on board for a reunion. Jp O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole have been playing clubs as S Club 3, and they'll now allegedly be joined by  Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens to promote a Greatest Hits album.

"They're hoping to make a TV show following their reunion,
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S Club 7 should reform, say Digital Spy readers

S Club 7 should follow the likes of Steps and The Stone Roses and reform, Digital Spy readers have said. Over 7,000 of you voted in our reunion poll, with an overwhelming 37.9% giving your support to Simon Fuller's sevensome. S Club 7 were founded by Fuller in 1998 and featured Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens. They enjoyed a string of hit singles and albums before Cattermole left in 2002 and the band split a year later. Their underlings S Club Juniors were swiftly branded as their replacements, S Club 8. In second place were pop rockers Busted, with 12.2%, while boyband Five strolled in at third with 10.7%. Some of you cast your minds back further, with foxy female four-piece Eternal (more)
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S Club 7 should reform, Digital Spy readers say

S Club 7 should follow the likes of Steps and The Stone Roses and reform, Digital Spy readers have said. Over 7,000 of you voted in our reunion poll, with an overwhelming 37.9% giving your support to Simon Fuller's sevensome. S Club 7 were founded by Fuller in 1998 and featured Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens. They enjoyed a string of hit singles and albums before Cattermole left in 2002 and the band split a year later. Their underlings S Club Juniors were swiftly branded as their replacements, S Club 8. In second place were pop rockers Busted, with 12.2%, while boyband Five strolled in at third with 10.7%. Some of you cast your minds back further, with foxy female four-piece Eternal (more)
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S Club's O'Meara struck by glass bottle

S Club 7 singer Jo O'Meara has been hospitalised after being struck by a glass bottle on stage. During a reunion performance with Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole at Bradford's Tokyo nightclub, a member of the audience threw a bottle at the band, hitting O'Meara on the head and leaving her with a two-inch cut. McIntosh berated the crowd of 900, reportedly saying: "It takes just one idiot to ruin everybody’s (more)
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S Club 7 reform with three members

S Club 7 have reformed for a series of university and nightclub dates with just three members from the original lineup. According to The Sun, Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole are performing a medley of the group's best hits on the reunion dates. Promoter Terry Mills said: "It's early days. They’ve got some good songs so I'm sure they will get bookings. Everyone deserves to make some (more)
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