An S Club supergroup would be fab thanks Frankie Sandford - make it happen!
When we heard S Club 7 were making a comeback for Children In Need, like most of the country we absolutely lost our shiz.
The Saturdays singer used to be in the group, which was later renamed S Club 8, and has now revealed getting back with her old gang is something she’d love to do.
She says: ‘Oh my God, imagine if S Club Juniors got back together, I’d love that to happen one day. I can totally see why bands reunite after so many years because it must be so much fun to go back to where you started.’
It comes as no surprise to us that Frankie, 25, was as excited as the rest of us when S Club 7 announced they were to reform for charity.
She tweeted at the time: ‘So excited that S Club 7 are getting back together! gonna bring back so many memories. Pretty sure I know every word to every song!‘
It seems Frankie, who is currently competing on Strictly Come Dancing, isn’t just a fan of the S Club franchise as far as the 90s and 00s are concerned either.
Frankie adds in her OK! magazine column: ‘I used to be obsessed with 5ive and they have already reformed – I loved that.’
Mrs Wayne Bridge has been rather busy lately with her stint on the BBC celebrity talent contest, as well as juggling motherhood with her one-year-old son Parker.
But we’d love to see her join forces with fellow The Saturdays member Rochelle Wiseman, along with Calvin Goldspink, Hannah Richings, Jay Asforis, Daisy Evans, Stacey McClean and Aaron Renfree.
Come on guys, what are you waiting for? The nation needs you!
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