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S Club Pay Tribute to Paul Cattermole on First Date of Good Times Reunion Tour

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The S Club paid tribute to late bandmate Paul Cattermole on the first night of his comeback tour.

On Thursday evening (October 12), the band kicked off their tour at the AO Arena in Manchester. All seven members of pop group S Club 7 were originally scheduled to take part in the tour.

But following the tragic news of Cattermole’s death at the age of 46 in April, Hannah Spearritt announced she would not continue with the arena tour.

As Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara and Rachel Stevens took the stage on Thursday, they took the opportunity to pay tribute to Cattermole, who died of natural causes.

As reported by Online mailthe five members opened the show with hits such as “Don’t Stop Movin” and “You’re My Number One.”

The band then left the stage, the arena lights dimming as a video montage played of Cattermole. The singer was shown singing “The Good Times,” the 2001 track he sang lead on and which gave the tour its name.

Back on stage, Lee told the crowd: “Manchester, let me hear you raise the roof one last time for Paul!” »

The tour started Thursday evening

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His voice shaking, McIntosh added, “Wow, that’s our brother right there, man.” Gone but you will never be forgotten. We miss you every day.

O’Meara thanked fans for their support, saying: “I would just love to see each and every one of you here right now showing us your hearts for our Paul!”

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Lee added: “Thank you very much. It’s very special for us tonight obviously. We dedicate this performance to Paul and the British Heart Foundation. Barrett then introduced the song “Bring It On Back” as a “celebration” for Cattermole.

In July, S Club were forced to shut down reports that Spearitt had been “left out” of their reunion tour.

Five of the seven original members are participating in the tour

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Reports emerged alleging that Spearritt – who previously dated Cattermole – had been left out of the tour and had been “blindsided” by the announcement.

Appearing on This morning, the five members on tour quickly denied these reports. When host Jodie Gibson asked Lee to reiterate whether the door was open for Spearritt, he replied, “We’ve said that many times.”

The other members of the group agreed, with Barrett saying: “It’s a nonsense article.”

“We’re doing a lot of things in 2024, so you never know what’s going to happen in the future,” O’Meara added.

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