#FeaturedFriday: S Club 7

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Last week, I was informed of something that was so shocking and upsetting that this blog post will make you question your faith in humanity. It was covered in the podcast last week, but there are people in this world that hate/don’t like the music of S Club 7. I know right?

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Because of this, I will be taking all the haters to school about the glorious of S Club 7! They are this weeks #FeaturedFriday. S Club 7 is a British pop group of the late 90s to early 00s. They were in the height of european pop invasion. They had a television that showcased their music. It was pretty much the Hannah Montana before it was Hannah Montana. It lasted for 4 seasons and was the best thing on ABC Family, then known as Fox Family. S Club 7 is the best kind of music from the 90s. Take a listen to the playlist below and let me know what you think 🙂

 

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Ain’t no party like an S Club Party

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After a long ass hiatus and mini reunions, the Pop Projects favourite pop group is back! S Club 7 reunited on Friday, November 14. The group was even the original 7 piece that first busted onto the scene in 1998. While the performance had us freaking out like a bunch of 7 year olds, the performance was a pocketful of ehhh.

Now the performance was horribly bad but rather just not up to par. Tina wasn’t doing her thing, Jon wasn’t looking for romance, Paul was getting down on the floor…kinda, Hannah wasn’t screaming out for more,  We wanted to see Bradley swing (didn’t happen), We saw Rachel do her thing..and kinda, and then we had Jo, she didn’t have the flow and but had the majority of the lead vocals.

The major problem I had with this performance is that it seemed that like they didn’t rehearse it at all. I get that nerves may have been at play but this isn’t their first rodeo with reunions. While they weren’t this big, the majority of them have been apart of the S Club 3 reunions in the past. The nostalgia was there and pretty much made this performance something that dreams are made of (hey now, hey now).

It also didn’t help that when Steps performed on the same programme a few years back, they did an amazing job (even with them cutting down their dance moves). Now hopefully when they go on tour, it will be better but time will only tell.

Here’s the performance for yourself to view and enjoy:

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