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Singer Paul Cattermole of S Club 7 star has died at the age of 46

It comes just weeks after the band announced a comeback tour.



A person, whose cause of death is currently unknown, was discovered deceased on Thursday afternoon at their home in Dorset.

The unexpected passing occurred shortly after the group announced plans for a major reunion tour.

A statement from his family and S Club 7 said: “It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole.

Yesterday, on April 6th, 2023, Paul was discovered at his residence in Dorset and was declared deceased later in the afternoon.

Although the cause of death is presently uncertain, Dorset Police has stated that there were no suspicious conditions.

Paul’s loved ones, close friends, and associates from S Club 7 have requested privacy during this time.

According to a message posted on S Club’s social media channels, they expressed deep sorrow and mourning over the loss of their bandmate Paul. The statement conveyed the immense sadness and grief they all share and highlighted the tremendous impact Paul had on their lives. They expressed their gratitude for the cherished memories they have shared with him.

The news of his passing has affected each and every one of us profoundly. We kindly request that you respect the privacy of Paul’s family and our band during this difficult time. S Club 7, comprised of original members Rachel Stevens, Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Tina Barrett and Paul Cattermole, had planned to reunite in October for a 25th anniversary tour of the UK and Ireland. The pop group rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits such as Reach, Don’t Stop Movin’, and Bring It All Back. Paul’s absence will be sorely felt as we continue to honor and celebrate the legacy of S Club 7.