History Music / SClub7

30th Mar '17 11:58:25 PM PaulA
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** In an episode of ''LA 7'' Jon alludes to Jo making a rude joke about ''TheWizardOfOz''. He blushes when he talks about it.

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** In an episode of ''LA 7'' Jon alludes to Jo making a rude joke about ''TheWizardOfOz''.''Film/TheWizardOfOz''. He blushes when he talks about it.
26th Mar '17 8:53:10 AM fearlessnikki
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* ''Miami 7'', ''LA 7'', ''Hollywood 7'' and ''Viva S Club'' - TV shows
* ''Back to the 50s'', ''Boyfriends and Birthdays'', ''Artistic Differences'' and ''Christmas Special'' - TV specials

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* ''Miami 7'', ''LA 7'', ''Hollywood 7'' and ''Viva S Club'' - a TV shows
show featuring the group playing fictionalised versions of themselves, as a struggling band trying to make it in America. Each season is named after the location it took place in.
* ''Back to the 50s'', ''Boyfriends and Birthdays'', ''Artistic Differences'' and ''Christmas Special'' - TV specialsspecials that followed the TV show's continuity. The first two are set during S Club's drive from Miami to LA and the second are set after they move out of Joanie's apartment.



* ''S Club: Seeing Double'' - a feature length movie

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* ''S Club: Seeing Double'' - a feature length movie
movie in a different continuity from the TV show. This one is more overtly fantasy, involving a mad scientist cloning the world's pop stars.



* '''Hannah Spearitt''' - pushed as the cutest one of the band and was hired mainly for her acting on the TV show and has arguably had the most success after the split, having landed a prominent role on the show ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.

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* '''Hannah Spearitt''' - pushed as the cutest one of the band and was hired mainly for her acting on the TV show and has arguably had the most success after the split, having landed a prominent role on the show ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.''Series/{{Primeval}}'' and later ''{{Series/Casualty}}''.



* BreakupSong: "Hope For The Future", "I'll Keep Waiting", "All In Love Is Fair", "Cross My Heart", "Lately", "Someday, Someway", "Never Had A Dream Come True", "Have You Ever"

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* BreakupSong: "Hope For The Future", "I'll Keep Waiting", "All In Love Is Fair", "Cross My Heart", "Lately", "Someday, Someway", "Never Had A Dream Come True", "Have You Ever" Ever".


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* EvilBrit: In the "Making Movies" episode of ''LA 7'', Hannah and the boys play American cops. Jo and Rachel play the bank robbers but keep their own accents.


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* GoodTimesMontage: A lot of episodes would feature these, with one of the songs playing over it.
27th Feb '17 1:57:37 AM Lewis221990
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* Getting Crap Past the Radar : Since the time they were taping ''LA 7''
25th Feb '17 11:46:26 PM tenryufan
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* UnderminedByReality: The show's happy-go-lucky nature gets a little tarnished when you hear the band members mention how they were worked like dogs the entire time, and how they were always tired and jet-lagged from shuttling back and forth from the US (where the show filmed) to the UK (where they were performing concerts.)
24th Feb '17 1:35:38 PM GhostOfAGeek
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S Club 7 were a pop band that formed at the end of the 90s, following in the footsteps of mixed groups like ''Music/{{Steps}}'', and went on to achieve worldwide success. Their first single "Bring It All Back" brought them instant popularity and they were heavily marketed as "the next big thing" for kids with a TV show (similar in style to The Monkees) as well as various TV specials.

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S Club 7 were was a pop band that formed at the end of the 90s, following in the footsteps of mixed groups like ''Music/{{Steps}}'', and went on to achieve worldwide success. Their first single "Bring It All Back" brought them instant popularity and they were heavily marketed as "the next big thing" for kids with a TV show (similar in style to The Monkees) as well as various TV specials.
22nd Jan '17 5:18:41 PM Xtifr
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'''S Club 7''' were a pop band that formed at the end of the 90s, following in the footsteps of mixed groups like ''Music/{{Steps}}'', and went on to achieve worldwide success. Their first single "Bring It All Back" brought them instant popularity and they were heavily marketed as "the next big thing" for kids with a TV show (similar in style to The Monkees) as well as various TV specials.

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'''S
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Club 7''' 7 were a pop band that formed at the end of the 90s, following in the footsteps of mixed groups like ''Music/{{Steps}}'', and went on to achieve worldwide success. Their first single "Bring It All Back" brought them instant popularity and they were heavily marketed as "the next big thing" for kids with a TV show (similar in style to The Monkees) as well as various TV specials.



** When they're in the room with all the celebrity clones, we get yet another SpiceGirls TakeThat and an Ozzy Osbourne one.

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** When they're in the room with all the celebrity clones, we get yet another SpiceGirls Music/SpiceGirls TakeThat and an Ozzy Osbourne one.
24th Oct '16 12:38:50 PM fearlessnikki
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* BuffySpeak: In the movie the group discuss the possibility that the clones are 'pop-bots'.



* TheDanza: In-universe example. When making a film themselves in ''LA 7'', Hannah, Paul, Bradley and Jon play police detectives Spearritt, Cattermole, [=McIntosh=] and Lee.
* DistantReactionShot: The movie's Tina ambushing her clone on stage and grabbing her microphone is given one of these, from the outside of the venue.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Some episodes of ''Miami 7'' were a bit odd, specifically the one where they get sent back in time to the 1970s. They also frequently make lightning flash whenever they slap hands. There's also random moments in episodes where they do the haka to intimidate Howard and Jo gets carried off by a hurricane. The rest of the shows kept things to a more realistic sitcom formula.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Some episodes of ''Miami 7'' were a bit odd, specifically the one where they get sent back in time to the 1970s. They also frequently make lightning flash whenever they slap hands. There's also random moments in episodes where they do the haka to intimidate Howard and Jo gets carried off by a hurricane. The rest of the shows kept things to a more realistic sitcom formula.formula.
** The group's first couple of singles emphasized equality, with all the members getting lines in. Starting with "Two In A Million", Jo took lead vocals and was primarily the lead singer for most of their singles afterwards. "Natural" and "Don't Stop Movin'" are the only singles not to have Jo on lead vocals.



* GenreShift: The TV show was fairly realistic but the movie veered into children's fantasy with a plot about an evil scientist cloning various pop singers.

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* GenreShift: The TV show was fairly realistic but the movie veered into children's fantasy with a plot about an evil scientist cloning various pop singers. Earlier on, the tie-in S Club style magazines would occasionally feature a fantasy story - such as the band getting sent back in time to Queen Elizabeth I's court or a witch turning Bradley into a girl.



* HufflepuffHouse: In-universe when ''LA 7'' has the group trying to make a movie. They cast Rachel and Jo as the bank robbers, while Hannah, Jon and Bradley play the cops. Tina plays a dancer busking on the street, who has no lines.



* MistakenForAnImposter: In the movie, the real members of the group are jailed for impersonating themselves. Of course this is quite justified by S Club getting advertised prominently on tour in America, and the cloned!Alistair putting in a call about impersonators in Barcelona.



* ShoppingMontage: In "Alligator."

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* ShoppingMontage: In "Alligator.""Alligator" when the girls help Howard prepare for his date.
23rd Oct '16 9:57:07 AM nombretomado
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* BritishAccents: The band are British in America so...
18th Oct '16 7:16:17 PM nombretomado
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** Jon essentially [[TheGenericGuy had no personality]] but gradually became a mellower version of [[{{Friends}} Chandler Bing]].

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** Jon essentially [[TheGenericGuy had no personality]] but gradually became a mellower version of [[{{Friends}} [[Series/{{Friends}} Chandler Bing]].
23rd Jul '16 9:36:13 AM fearlessnikki
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* Joanne "Jo" O'Meara - took lead vocals more often than any of the others and was widely regarded as the best singer. She attempted to go solo after the band split but a huge racism scandal on ''Celebrity Big Brother'' ruined her reputation and she suffered a mental breakdown. Right now she has shaken off the controversy and is a mother.
* Rachel Stevens - probably second in line to Jo and was heavily marketed as the GirlNextDoor of the band. She took lead vocals quite often and went on to have a fairly successful solo career after the band split. She later competed on Season 6 of ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'' and placed second.
* Bradley [=McIntosh=] - the most prominent male member of the band and also a twofer TokenMinority. He attempted to have a music career but he has remained below the radar.
* Hannah Spearitt - pushed as the cutest one of the band and was hired mainly for her acting on the TV show and has arguably had the most success after the split, having landed a prominent role on the show ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.
* Jon Lee - the boyish member of the band. Like Hannah, he was more of an actor and went on to have a career in the West End after the band split. In 2010, he publicly came out as gay, though claimed everyone else had known for years.
* Tina Barrett - the dancer of the group and the one who really nobody knows what happened to. Known to have choreographed many of the band's routines. Attempted a solo comeback in 2012 that was only promoted in [[FanService men's mags]].
* Paul Cattermole - the first person to leave the group (it was renamed "S Club" after that) and joined a Nu-Metal band. Was romantically linked to Hannah for a while.

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* Joanne '''Joanne "Jo" O'Meara O'Meara''' - took lead vocals more often than any of the others and was widely regarded as the best singer. She attempted to go solo after the band split but a huge racism scandal on ''Celebrity Big Brother'' ruined her reputation and she suffered a mental breakdown. Right now she has shaken off the controversy and is a mother.
* Rachel Stevens '''Rachel Stevens''' - probably second in line to Jo and was heavily marketed as the GirlNextDoor of the band. She took lead vocals quite often and went on to have a fairly successful solo career after the band split. She later competed on Season 6 of ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'' and placed second.
* Bradley [=McIntosh=] '''Bradley [=McIntosh=]''' - the most prominent male member of the band and also a twofer TokenMinority. He attempted to have a music career but he has remained below the radar.
* Hannah Spearitt '''Hannah Spearitt''' - pushed as the cutest one of the band and was hired mainly for her acting on the TV show and has arguably had the most success after the split, having landed a prominent role on the show ''Series/{{Primeval}}''.
* Jon Lee '''Jon Lee''' - the boyish member of the band. Like Hannah, he was more of an actor and went on to have a career in the West End after the band split. In 2010, he publicly came out as gay, though claimed everyone else had known for years.
* Tina Barrett '''Tina Barrett''' - the dancer of the group and the one who really nobody knows what happened to. Known to have choreographed many of the band's routines. Attempted a solo comeback in 2012 that was only promoted in [[FanService men's mags]].
* Paul Cattermole '''Paul Cattermole''' - the first person to leave the group (it was renamed "S Club" after that) and joined a Nu-Metal band. Was romantically linked to Hannah for a while.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In ''Miami 7'' Howard is sent to court for illegally working the band. To end the hearing the judge finds him guilty:

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
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In ''Miami 7'' Howard is sent to court for illegally working the band. To end the hearing the judge finds him guilty:



* BeachEpisode: Quite a few of them in ''Miami 7'' and ''LA 7'' (for obvious reasons)
** The video for "Natural".

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* BeachEpisode: BeachEpisode:
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Quite a few of them in ''Miami 7'' and ''LA 7'' (for obvious reasons)
reasons). One of the former has an episode revolving around a volleyball match, and the band are on the beach for most of it
** The video for "Natural"."Natural" has the gang on an island making a shelter.



* {{Fauxreigner}}: In an episode of ''Miami 7'', Howard tries to get the group to pass as Americans - in order to avoid getting done for employing illegal immigrants.



* GoshDangItToHeck: The band loved to use the word "parp" as a swear word substitute.
** Through Hell and Damn were used by Jo and Tina

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* GoshDangItToHeck: The band loved to use the word "parp" as a swear word substitute.
** Through
substitute, though Hell and Damn were used by Jo and Tina



* HollywoodNerd: The band manager's son in ''LA 7''.

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* HollywoodNerd: The band manager's son in ''LA 7''.7'' is a stereotypical nerd.



* {{Squick}}: {{In-Universe}} during TheMovie; Jo, Hannah, Tina, Jon and ''especially'' Rachel had this reaction when Bradley kissed the Rachel clone, since the members of the band looked at one another LikeBrotherAndSister. Bradley didn't see the issue.
** Behind the scenes it was like that for them when they filmed the kiss. Bradley described it as like kissing his sister.

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* {{Squick}}: {{In-Universe}} during TheMovie; Jo, Hannah, Tina, Jon and ''especially'' Rachel had this reaction when Bradley kissed the Rachel clone, since the members of the band looked at one another LikeBrotherAndSister. Bradley didn't see the issue.
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issue. Behind the scenes it was like that for them when they filmed the kiss. Bradley described it as like kissing his sister.
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