S Club drop the biggest hint yet they could take on Eurovision and huge UK festival saying 'we're not going anywhere' | The Sun

S Club have revealed they are interested in taking part in Eurovision after Olly Alexander.

The band – now made up of  Jo O'Meara, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh and Jon Lee – have recently been touring again and fans are desperate to see more of them.

Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander revealed live on the Strictly Come Dancing Final that he is to be the UK representative for the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest.

But for 2025 and beyond, it seems the chart-topping group could have their eye on the international competition.

When asked backstage at the Jingle Bell Ball if the famous singing contest could be on the cards for them in the future, Tina replied: "Well you know the sky’s the limit."

Jon added: "It would be amazing. I don’t think it can get much camper than this!," as he pointed to his sequin outfit.

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He added: "And Eurovision would be amazing."

But Jo was a little more hesitant, as she admitted: "I don’t think I’ll have the bottle."

Their fans will definitely be seeing more of them though as the group revealed they have big plans for 2024.

Jon told us: "We'll definitely do some new music, we're going to concentrate mainly on doing some live shows next year so maybe like the Isle of Wight Festival and a few things like that.

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"Maybe a few more international tours and stuff so lots happening."

Bradley echoed him, saying: "Main thing is to take away from it, it is that we aren't going anywhere. We're sticking around for longer than you think."

S Club 7 shot to fame in 1998 and were originally made up of Jo, Rachel, Tina, Jon, Bradley, Hannah Spearritt and Paul Cattermole.

After Paul died from natural causes earlier this year, it was confirmed that his ex-girlfriend and former band mate Hannah would not be taking part in the tour.

During the hotly anticipated tour, the band kicked off with S Club Party and played all of their hits including Don’t Stop Movin’, Reach and Never Had A Dream Come True.

They paid tribute to Paul with a video montage of him singing the track Good Times.

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