Where Are The Members Of S Club 7 Today?

"There ain't no party like an S Club Party!"

That lyric from S Club 7's catchy song "S Club Party" may have been true at one point in time (specifically, the new Millennium); however, the British pop group's success on the charts ended almost as quickly as it began.

What has the gang been up to since they disassembled in the early '00s? Let's get this party started all over again.

Hannah Spearritt

After S Club 7 split, Hannah Spearritt immediately jumped back into the entertainment world. She landed a role in the 2004 film Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London, and went on to appear in Seed of Chucky and the BBC's Blessed, among others. Her most recurring role was on an ITV show called Primeval, on which she played Abby Maitland for five seasons.

For several years, Spearritt dated her co-star, Andrew-Lee Potts The two broke up in 2013, which Potts confirmed on Twitter. "Just to put an end to speculation, Hannah & I decided earlier this year to go our separate ways. We thanku 4 your support over the years x," he wrote.

Her personal life also made news when she got back together with S Club 7 bandmate, Paul Cattermole. The two first dated during the S Club 7 days and then reunited in 2015. It didn't last (but we'll get back to that later).

Most recently, Spearritt appeared on BBC One's Casualty, as Mercedes Christie. She told Loose Women her character is "a troublemaker, a manipulator, a drug addict — it's very exciting to play. She is violent ... The only thing that I can say in a positive way for her is that she has got a kid and that is her motivation to get this money." Judging by the show's BBC One profile, Spearritt is no longer on the program.

Jon Lee

Since S Club split up, Jon Lee has kept himself pretty busy working in musical theater, including appearing in a production of Les Miserables. "I wanted to do something very, very different and it doesn't get more different to S Club than Les Mis," he told the London Theatre in 2003. "It's to stretch myself really, just to prove to me that I can do it."

He also played Frankie Valli in London's production of Jersey Boys in 2011. "I'm so excited to be playing the role of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys; it's been a goal of mine since the show opened," Lee said in 2010, shortly before joining the production. "... [I feel] blessed to be performing some of The Four Seasons' biggest hits. I can't wait."

In 2013, Lee released his solo debut, Fallen Angel.

On the personal side, Lee came out as gay during a 2010 interview with the U.K.'s Gay Times. "If someone had said, 'Are you gay?' I would have said yes, but no one ever did," he explained at the time (via The Advocate). "I've never felt the need to leap out of the closet singing and dancing about it. I've always known I was gay, from a very young age."

Rachel Stevens

Rachel Stevens found success as a solo artist, first when she released "Sweet Dreams My LA Ex" in 2003 off the album Funky Dory. The song hit number two on the UK charts, while the album was met with pretty positive reviews, including one from the Observer, which called it "excellent," "stylist," and "decadent." A few years later, Stevens released another album called Come and Get It.

Stevens also went on to embark on a brief career in reality television, with appearances on Strictly Come Dancing and The Voice of Ireland.

But perhaps her biggest success may be her growing family. She married Alex Bourne in 2009 and the couple have two daughters together, Amelie and Minnie. After the birth of her second daughter, Stevens was given a huge honor: FHM named her the Sexiest Woman of All Time. Naturally, it made the mom of two feel really good.

"It's pretty damn cool!" she told OK! Magazine (quote via Daily Mail) in 2014. "Especially as I'd just had a baby and at 3 AM you're feeling very unsexy! You don't have time to eat when you've got kids!"

Bradley McIntosh

In 2006, McIntosh appeared on the U.K. series Totally Boyband, on which former pop group members banded together to create a boyband called Upper Street. Joining McIntosh in the now-defunct group were Dane Bowers from Another Level; Danny Wood from New Kids on the Block; Lee Latchford-Evans of Steps; and Jimmy Constable of 911. That same year, they released the single, "The One."

McIntosh also appeared as a guest judge on CBBC's show, Got What it Takes, which can be seen in some of its glory here.

These days, McIntosh works more behind the scenes; his Twitter bio says he's a "songwriter/producer" and owner of Citi Boy Entertainment Ltd. Its Facebook page describes Citi Boy Entertainment as "an entertainment network specializing in artist management, promotion, branding, social media & publicity for artists, songwriters, DJs and producers spanning all genres."

Jo O'Meara

In 2005, Jo O'Meara found herself back on the charts with her first single, "What Hurts the Most." The song went to No. 13 on the U.K. Top 40 chart, and was followed by her debut album, Relentless, shortly thereafter.

The blonde beauty also dipped her toes into the world of reality television, including an infamous run on Celebrity Big Brother, during which she was accused of bullying and being racist toward Bollywood actress and housemate Shilpa Shetty. The incident became an international controversy.

"I felt angry and destroyed. It was mad. It was this international fury. I was being deluged with hate mail and threats. I was forced into hiding. It was scary and I just wanted to disappear," she told the Daily Mail in 2008. "The thing that hurts most is that anybody could think I was racist. I honestly don't have a racist bone in my body. I may be a bit daft sometimes but I'm not malicious."

Fortunately, there was light at the end of the tunnel for O'Meara; she welcomed a baby boy, Lenny, in 2008.

Tina Barrett

When S Club 7 announced they were breaking up, Tina Barrett expressed interest in a solo career. Fans didn't hear much from her until she joined forces with Natasha Bedingfield and Liz McClarnon (of Atomic Kitten fame) to cover the Rod Stewart song "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?".

Barrett stayed quiet following the Stewart cover; but in 2012 she broke her silence by releasing "Fire." Since then, she's released a few EPs but never a full album. Incidentally, Barrett still performs with S Club 7 members O'Meara and McIntosh under the name "S Club 3" (via the Mirror).

In 2016, Barrett's family grew by ten tiny fingers and ten tiny toes: she welcomed a baby boy, Roman, with her boyfriend Paul Cashmore. Although the two aren't married, Barrett remains open to the idea, telling Daily Mail, "We've been toying with the idea of getting married in Vegas, doing something a bit different and crazy. Once the baby is born, we can plan something properly."

Paul Cattermole

Cattermole was the first to leave S Club 7; he left to join another band, Skua, whose Facebook page describes them as a "four piece rock band." Skua didn't release any big hits, and have only a small following on social media; however, as far as we can tell, they appear to still be together, which is pretty impressive in itself.

Aside from working with Skua, Cattermole has been writing, singing and doing voiceover work. He also dabbled in musical theater, appearing as Eddie and Dr. Scott in Richard O'Brien's U.K. production of Rocky Horror Show.

As previously mentioned, Cattermole dated his bandmate Spearritt. The two initially dated when S Club 7 was in the height of their success but then broke up before getting back together in 2015. Spearritt broke the news of their most recent split while on the talk show Loose Women. She only politely said they were no longer together, without giving details.