We've spent the past decade hoping, dreaming, and praying that S Club 7, the early '00s seven-piece dance pop group with hits like "Never Had a Dream Come True," would finally get back together. Well, this November, we are suddenly 12 again, and it is awesome. (Couple of little known S Club facts: This "supergroup" was managed by Simon Fuller. Yes, that Simon. Also, each band member has a "color" that reflected their role in the group. Yellow equaled happy, and so forth. Like, you know, Teletubbies!)
The British band, who first entered the music scene in 1998, will reunite for a special charity performance for BBC Children in Need. All seven members: Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens, will be performing a medley together (making it their first performance in over ten years).
"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. This is going to be the mega S Club party of all time!" the band said in a statement.
S Club 7 have sold over four million albums worldwide, are the winners of two BRIT awards, and even had their own TV sitcom and feature film. The group are also no strangers to BBC Children in Need, since they released two singles for the charity event over ten years ago.
There ain't no part like an S Club Party, so we'll certainly be counting down the days until their performance on November 14. Also, let it be heard: The early 2000s are now the new '90s, so get out your best "Genie In A Bottle" fashion, because it is coming back.
Watch the video to their original BBC Children In Need single "Never Had a Dream Come True" below: