S Club 7’s UK & Irel & Tour to Proceed Despite Death of B & Member Paul Cattermole

S Club 7’s UK and Ireland tour will go ahead as planned following the death of band member Paul Cattermole. The 11-show tour was originally set to celebrate the band’s 25th anniversary, but will now pay tribute to Cattermole. The other members of the band are said to be “reeling” from the shock of his death.

S Club 7’s UK and Ireland tour will continue as scheduled to honor band member Paul Cattermole, who passed away suddenly.

S Club 7 is set to go ahead with their upcoming UK and Ireland tour as planned following the sudden death of band member Paul Cattermole, according to The Sun. Originally scheduled to celebrate the band’s 25th anniversary, the 11 shows are now intended as a tribute to Cattermole. The singer was reportedly excited to get back on stage and so management believes that continuing with the tour would be a fitting tribute to him.

Simon Fuller, the band’s manager, will meet with S Club 7 members in the coming weeks to make sure everyone is “feeling happy and comfortable.” Fuller has not issued any official statement on the matter.

Cattermole died last Thursday at the age of 46. The English pop group announced the news on Friday and issued a statement expressing their deep sadness and loss. Cattermole had been spotted out and about, looking healthy and happy, dancing in the English countryside just one day before his sudden death. The family has not yet released a cause of death.

In February, Bradley McIntosh of S Club 7 spoke to the BBC about the upcoming tour: “Obviously, we’re bringing the nostalgia. Obviously, we’re bringing the late ’90s, early [2000s], so it’s a lot of fun. It’s very positive, our music, very positive. And I think in today’s times you need a bit of positive, you need a bit of picking up, so that’s what we’re here to do.”

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