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They were one of the biggest pop groups in the late 90s and earlier noughties, and now S Club 7 are reportedly in talks to return to the music scene.

The group, which features Hannah Spearritt who recently gave birth, are having conversations to return as a seven piece, according to band member Tina Barrett.

Speaking to The Sun, the 44 year old said: "We definitely want to do something new together.

"We're all older now so we could do something that reflects how we are now – not such a teeny-bopper sound, something more credible," she explained.

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The singer went on to use recently reformed band Steps as an example of a group that have got back together and done well.

She continued: "Looking at a band like Steps who are quite similar, they've done new music and they've done incredibly well. We'd be silly not to.

"Everyone really enjoyed the last reunion so this time around everyone's more up for it," Tina shared.

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"I've chatted to pretty much everyone and I think we're all up for it. So it's just about getting it in the diary. I'm pretty sure it will happen."

After Giovanna Fletcher, who had a glamorous beauty transformation, decided to play the band's song Reach on I'm A Celebrity as her luxury item, Tina feels that it's a sign the group should reform.

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"The fact that Giovanna Fletcher played Reach in I'm A Celeb, I think that was a sign. That was so cute," the musician added.

S Club 7 began their career in 1998 and accumulated 11 top ten songs in their five year career.

Aside from Tina, the band also featured Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Rachel Stevens, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh.

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