Over the weekend Jo & Bradley did several performances, kicking off on Friday at Ministry of Cheese and then Saturday at Essex Pride.
Special thanks to original uploaders!!
July 08 – Ministry of Cheese
July 09 – Essex Pride
Over the weekend Jo & Bradley did several performances, kicking off on Friday at Ministry of Cheese and then Saturday at Essex Pride.
Special thanks to original uploaders!!
Late last month Jo performed at Vojan Restaurant in Epping Road, Onga for a great cause, check out the news article and the pictures!
A charity dinner for a teenager seeking life-saving treatment in America saw a pop star perform.
Former S Club 7 member Jo O’Meara sang at Vojan Restaurant in Epping Road, Ongar on Friday evening (June 24).
The event also saw music from Joe Longthorne and raised more than £2,500 for the Save Our Maddi Appeal.
The money will go towards the £300,000 needed for a bone marrow transplant for Maddi Thurgood, 15, from Great Dunmow.
After seeking help for a three-year leg problem in April, she was diagnosed with a rare disease called Krabbe Disease, a hereditary disorder that destroys the lining that protects the nervous system.
Without the transplant, she could be left deaf and blind, or die.
Maddi is the only person in the UK to be diagnosed with Krabbe disease.
Her family want to send her to Pittsburgh, USA to be treated by Dr Maria Luisa Escolar, a specialist in treating the disease.
There has never been a transplant carried out in the UK for someone of Maddi’s age who has Krabbe disease.
But Dr Escolar has overseen many bone marrow transplants for children with positive results and has invited Maddi over for tests and treatment.
Maddi’s family are hoping to raise the money for the treatment through fundraising events, like the one at Vojan Restaurant.
Restaurant manager Mumin Ali said: “The dinner went really well, everyone loved the music.
“Maddi and her family had a great night and we were all really pleased with how much money we raised.
“Hopefully the money raised will play a part in her getting the treatment she needs.”
To donate to the Save Our Maddi appeal, go to her donation page!
Rachel revealed she enjoyed the 90s but is not overly excited of her fashion taste back then.
Rachel Stevens is embarrassed by her 90s fashion taste.
The S Club 7 star has admitted she cringes when she thinks back to her fashion style in her pop-group days in the 90s.
The 38-year-old star – who serves as a judge on ‘The Voice of Ireland’ – exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “God, I tell you, some of the things I look back on, the odd picture I see here and there, I say ‘What on earth, what was I thinking?!’ I mean I thought it looked alright, being a pop band in the 90s was never a good look, you’re always going to have your fashion faux pas but you just do it publicly.
“The 90s was just brilliant, it’s only when you look back on it and you’re like ‘wow’. It was an amazing time, an amazing part of pop history to be a part of.”
Far from the 90s fashion era, the beauty has been named 2016’s official style ambassador for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, where she will be the main judge at the annual ladies day event.
She beamed: “You know what, I love Ireland, it’s really like my second home, so going back there feels like coming home almost. Because on ‘The Voice’ I was back and forth all the time, so I feel really honoured to be asked to do this and I love fashion.
“I mean, from school I went to London College of Fashion, it’s something that I’ve always had a passion for, so I think the derby is going to be so fun because there’s no limits to what you can wear and the hats and the fun you can have with it. So I’m judging the ladies fashion on the day.”
Source: Yahoo Entertainment
On Sunday Jo and Bradley performed at Stone Fete in Kent. The event attracted over 5 000 visitors. Check out some pictures below. Looks like everyone was having fun.
Hundreds of fun-seekers flocked to Stone Recreation Ground for the Stone summer fete, which is fast becoming one of the highlights of the summer in north Kent.
A top line-up of entertainment brought S Club Party – featuring Bradley McIntosh and Jo O’Meara from S Club 7 – to the main stage, with support acts Big Brovas, Booty Luv, Total Recall and Beer Pressure providing something to suit all musical tastes.
Further entertainment came from Stagecoach theatre school, which put on a performance of Roald Dahl favourites Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory while there was also a chance to meet Disney Princesses and Dora the Explorer.
There was plenty of food to keep energy levels up as the fun continued all day with rides, bouncy castles and dozens of stalls.
Laura Stelfox, communications assistant at Stone Parish Council, said: “It went really well. More than 5,000 people turned up, the weather was brilliant and S Club were a big hit, along with RoadTrip, who brought a lot of fans from as far as France and Edinburgh.
“The fete keeps getting bigger.”
Hannah recently interview people in Brighton and the clip aired on Vintage TV. If you missed it or live outside the UK, it will be avaiblable on their website from July 18th onwards.
— Vintage TV (@VintageTV) June 30, 2016
It’s been announced that Hannah will appear at the ‘Reading Comic-Con’ in November.
Very pleased to announce that actress and singer Hannah Spearritt will be a guest with us all weekend! pic.twitter.com/tfxJXNZ4Lv
— Reading Comic-Con (@ConReading) June 22, 2016
Rachel Stevens is currently attending the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby where she has been enlisted as the style ambassador.
Additionally, Rachel is on the front of ‘Irish Independant’
Pictures to follow through-out the day so be sure to keep checking back!
You can currently bid on a signed copy of Season 4 Episode 2’s script for ‘Primeval’ – The script is signed by cast members Hannah Spearritt, Andrew Lee-Potts, you can bid on the script via E-bay by clicking here
Rachel attended the Caldwell Children’s Butterfly Ball today in London.
Rachel is currently an ambassador for the popular children’s charity and the host for tonights event.
Check out this behind the scenes video from the rehearsals posted by Simon Webb
Check out the images below from the event.
More pictures to follow…
Rachel has enlisted your help while she runs for Cancer Research UK’.
I’m joining Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life this year. Please join the fight by digging deep and sponsoring me – it’s quick, easy and totally secure.
Events like this are vital in funding Cancer Research UK’s life-saving work into preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. By sponsoring me, we can unite and create an army that cancer can’t ignore. By sponsoring me, we will beat cancer sooner.
Rachel is no stranger to charity races, she has previously ran for “Sports Relief” back in 2004, as well as done several events involving cancer (Everyman most notably). You can donate to Rachel’s cause by clicking here! (She is listed as Rachel Bourne). The event takes place in London – Hampstead 5k at 11:00 on 09 Jul 2016!
It’s official guys, there is another S Club baby to add to the brute. Earlier today Tina announced she has given birth to the fourth S Club baby adding to Lenny (Jo’s son) and Amelie and Minnie (Rachel’s daughters). We’re only 3 away from having S Club 7 Juniors!
Proud and excited to announce the arrival of my beautiful baby boy Roman 💙💙💙🍼🎉🍾💃🏻
— Tina Barrett (@realtinab1) June 20, 2016
Late last month Paul interviewed with 6TR. Check out the radio interview below!
He speaks about ‘Rocky Horror’ and of course he talks about S Club’s reunion, and how the ‘reunion’ is delayed due to Tina’s upcoming baby, as well as S Club possibly doing Eurovision.
Paul has spoken ahead of a ‘Rocky Horror’ show, he speaks in great lengths about S Club, including why they didn’t release any new music during their ‘Bring it All Back’ tour, additionally, he speaks about Miami 7 and how one of the actors (More than likely Paul Louis) has a play written that they want hi to be in.
Ahead of the famous Rocky Horror Show live starting its stint at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre tonight we sat down with Paul Cattermole who has taken on the role of Eddie and Doctor Scott – played by legendary musician Meatloaf in the film – to talk about his experience of the cult classic.
Paul originally found fame as a member of pop sensations S Club 7, who achieved four UK number-one singles, one UK number-one album and a string of hits across the globe before their split in 2003. Paul shot back into the limelight in 2015 with a nostalgic reunion tour with the group, before taking on his roles in The Rocky Horror Show and he did not find the transition between music to theatre easy.
“It wasn’t easy no, but it wasn’t really hard. I have always enjoyed acting, I went to drama school, I was in the National Youth Music Theatre, and I’ve been on the stage since I’ve been fifteen.
“Since doing S Club, it sort of made me not know what I really want to do, and I’ve been in a few rock bands before never necessarily with the intention of ever making it into a career just for the love of the music and that’s the same with theatre.
“I had loads of coaching throughout the rehearsal stage, the director Chris Luscombe has just been so amazing with me because he was fully aware that I’m not someone exclusively from the pop-industry that’s going to be afraid of jumping in to the role but obviously I hadn’t been in it for so long so I needed some encouragement.”
The Rocky Horror Show isn’t simply a show, it’s a full-blown experience and Paul was inspired by his first experience of his show to jump at the chance of being a part of the cast.
“When I first saw it live I genuinely thought it was one of the best nights out I had ever been to. It has such a rock and roll vibe mixed with such a funny storyline. When I last saw the show I hadn’t seen it for ages and I’d almost forgotten how many funny moments there are.
When approached by the show I really just fancied being any part, it was just something that I thought I could bring something to. I know I could never do it like Meatloaf, he’s one of a kind, but I just thought I could do a good job on the part so I just went for it and hopefully it’s going down well. The hardcore fanbase have seemed to really respond to what I do.”
When taking on his roles, Paul hopes he doesn’t relate to them in anyway but like a true man of the stage – he is fully involved in his role at all times.
“Eddie is sort of a fat slob, so I hope I don’t relate to that!
“Eddie is a rock and roll frontman created by the lead character Frank who regrets making him, so Eddie jumps out the fridge on stage and does a two minute rock show which is the opportunity to do what you want. He’s a half-brained crazy man who apparently has no moral compass and that’s fun.
Within two minutes of a song you don’t really have much opportunity to show yourself and the character but at least if you’ve considered them they are there bleeding through in everything that you do”
Aside from the fun had from playing a character with no moral compass, Paul has also had a great deal of fun with his fellow castmates – such as Liam Tamne and Diana Vickers.
“The cast are all so lovely, and well-experienced. I feel really comfortable when I’m on stage that they’re the people that have got my back.
“I’ve gelled with quite a few members of the cast, I really get on with Liam (Tamne) and Diana Vickers – I wouldn’t say we chat a lot but I get on with her great, she’s amazing to work around.
“She plays a great Janet and she’s so funny, there’s a couple of times where she is proper laugh out loud funny and she really makes Janet her own.
It’s amazing working with someone who is also from a pop background and for them to be really good at what they do, as sometimes there are people who come from our background that are not which is very frustrating.
“We have a very experienced cast, Liam who plays Frank-N-Furter is amazing and Kristian (Lavercombe) who plays Riff Raff has been doing this for years he’s done over a thousand shows.”
Following this performance and the reunion tour of S Club 7 in 2015 – Paul has exciting things upon the horizon, but these do not involve his roots in pop music.
“I’ve got nothing lined up but there’s a couple of things on the horizon. One of the guys from Miami 7 has written a musical and he’s sort of slightly hoping he can get me to be in it in the UK.
“It’s cool that things like that are happening and the future is taking place. It’s so different from what I’ve done in S Club.
I’m so proud of what I did with S Club, it may not be what I ultimately set out to do but I loved my time in the group and I would still love the opportunity to do some more things with the group but I think realistically S Club does not have the ability to do anything for long periods of time.
“We can do one off things here and there I think but from what I’m getting from the other guys we don’t think a long thing would happen.
“We didn’t do any new music last year and I really wanted to, I was very vocal about this and I said we can’t come back without new music and got completely over-ruled.
“It’s good to have that nostalgic feeling but ultimately it’s important to be excited about the future.”
Blending the worlds of his music and theatre career, we decided what it would be like to cast the fellow S Clubbers in The Rocky Horror Show alongside Paul.
“Jon (Lee) would have to be Brad, Hannah (Spearritt) can be Janet, Tina (Barrett) can be Magenta, Rachel (Stevens) can be Columbia although all the girls could easily be Janet and there’s not enough girl parts.
Brad (McIntosh) can be Frank, just so I can make him wear high heels and tights.
Over the weekend Rachel appeared on ‘Saturday FM’ talking about Dubai Duty Free Derby, The Voice of Ireland, S Club, and of course her baby girls!
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My husband, Alex, and my daughters, Amelie and Minnie, are always at the top of my leaderboard! Life wouldn’t be half as much fun without them. I have a great group of friends and family who I have such a great laugh with too, and I know they’re always there for me, and vice versa
My grandma gave me her diaries from when she was at school. She must have been about 12 or 13 years old, and it was during the war. It’s full of memorabilia from that time – cut-outs from newspapers, cinema tickets, and so on, and it gave me a real insight into her life. I treasure her sharing those intimate memories with me
The moment of the day
It depends on the day. I love breakfast, and sitting down with the girls in the morning. We make it and sit at the girls’ table to have a breakfast picnic together!
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough, by Michael Jackson. It takes me back to my childhood and makes me want to get up and dance
Pretty Woman. It’s one of my first cinema experiences, and I could watch it over and over again
I don’t really have a hero. There are people who inspire me, but no real hero as such
As a child, I loved James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, and I’m looking forward to sharing that with the kids, and having an excuse to be able to read it all over again
My wedding dress. I went out to Israel and helped design the dress with Mira Zwillinger, so I was very involved with the fabric, style and design. Seeing it come together, and then wearing it on the day, only added to the memories
I love the gold discs that I wear on my necklace. They have the girls’ names on, and Alex bought them for me. They are really special
The pet peeve
Bitchiness, and people who are narrow-minded. I try to teach the children to be kind, and to explain that everyone is different, and to try and embrace those differences and understand them
The part of the body
My shoulders – which is handy right now, with the trend for off-the-shoulder tops!
You can’t beat a good cup of tea. On a night out, a lychee martini is my go-to drink
I like to see the good in people and expect that people come from a good place, but as we handle things in different ways, that can cause conflict. I think I have quite a positive outlook on life
My best friend is Nicky – we’ve been friends since school, and we laugh all the time. She has the best sense of humour. She’s so kind, and nothing is too much trouble. I can go to her with anything and she’ll give me an honest answer and perspective
The beauty product
I’m really fortunate to have picked up lots of tips along the way, through work. I love all my Elemis skincare products. The Elemis Pro-Radiance Cream Cleanser is really moisturising, and takes your make-up off easily. It makes your skin feel really clean
I went to Puglia in Italy with Alex and he proposed to me – the food, the area, the romance of it all . . .
The piece of advice
My mum offers me great advice all the time – she’s made me who I am, and I’m grateful to her for that
Claridge’s is my favourite hotel. It’s very old-school and very beautiful. We had our wedding there, so it’s extra special to me
The bar at The London Edition Hotel is lovely. It’s busy and good for people-watching, and it has good cocktails
Dancing. I don’t get to do it as much as I’d like to, but when I do, I absolutely love it – it’s great for you physically, and great for the soul
My favourite Irish celebrity has to be Una Healy – she’s a great girl, and we have a lot in common. It’s been lovely getting to know her – she’s been my Irish wingwoman
I’m a worrier. I think a lot about things
I love Narciso Rodriguez perfume. I’ve worn it for over 10 years. I smelt it on someone and I was hooked. Each person that wears it smells a bit different, and I just love it
Sushi. I love that it’s healthy but indulgent at the same time
• April 22nd-23rd: German Comic Con in Frankfurt, Germany
• April 28th-30th: Starfury's G7 in Heathrow
• May 6th: Huddersfield Comic-Con in Huddersfield
• October 22nd: U Loughborough Comic-Con in Loughborough
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