S Club 7 are rumoured to be reuniting for the upcoming 'Children in Need' telethon televised charity event on November 14. AND YES -- S Club 7, the children ARE in need. We are calling for you to return.
Rachel Stevens, Jon Lee, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O'Meara, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole - have entered negotiations about performing together for the first time in 12 years.
The Sun newspaper says: "Jon is busy with theatre, Hannah is working on TV projects and Rachel is a judge on 'The Voice' in Ireland. But for the rest of them this is a real second chance to ditch the pub gigs and become stars again.Jon is also apparently busy at the gym, and is no longer just some twink in capri pants:
"The idea is for them to perform a greatest hits medley, including 'S Club Party' and 'Reach'. If the reaction is good a tour will be announced."
Oh and here's what Paul's been up to... he looks like he's prime-ready for a reunion these days:
Apparently, a new official S Club 7 twitter account just popped up, so it looks like this could be happening... Would you buy tickets to see S Club 7 on their reunion tour?
RadarOnline reports that Monica Lewinsky recently made her first public speaking engagement in more than a decade at the Forbes Under 30 Summit.
Invited to talk about the "scourge of harassment in the digital age," Lewinsky, 41, opened her emotional speech with, "My name is Monica Lewinsky - though I've often been advised to change it."Check out some of the trolling that has been going on with Monica since her recent foray into Twitter after the jump!
"Overnight I went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one," she said. "I was Patient Zero, the first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet."
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Sad news! One of fashion's greats and biggest icons has gone up to the big golden palace in the clouds. ABC News has confirmed through a family member that legendary fashion designer Oscar De La Renta has passed away.
Oscar was 82 and was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. He recently designed Amal Clooney's dress for her wedding to George. RIP Oscar!
James Blunt, the English singer who penned the boiled-down used kleenex of a sop story song Beautiful, has finally gone public, apologizing to the world for making them endure it countless times.
"[It] was force-fed down people's throats," Blunt said, "and it became annoying, and then people start to associate the artist with the same word."All I have to say is:
Blunt further complained that he was overly marketed to women and thus lost out on the crucial sad-bro demographic. He continued, adding that the song's ubiquity hurt his popularity because people perceived him as an "insanely serious person" who was likely to strip in the rain and jump off a cliff after being dumped.
!! OMG, "Bye, Felicia!" Shonda Rhimes reads angry 'How To Get Away With Murder' fan outraged over 'gay scenes' to FILTH on Twitter !!
Shonda Rhimes reads How To Get Away With Murder fan outraged over 'gay scenes' to FILTH via Twitter [towleroad]
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Rob Lowe shirtless at 50, and yes, I would. [celebitchy]
What dreams are made of... and NIGHTMARES! Lana Del Rey plays the Hollywood Forever Cemetery [popbytes]
Nick Jonas is back to burning up Instagram and making bitches blush [socialite life]
The gays keep it demure and tasteful for Halloween on the covers of your weekly free gay rags this week [kenneth]
Throwback to 1983 when RuPaul was the lead singer of Wee Wee Pole [queerty]
Taylor Swift thinks it's sexist that people call her ass out for writing song after song after song about the gay dudes she dates [dlisted]
Ten facts you may not know about Neil Patrick Harris. [celeb cafe]
Throwback: Lesley Gore's 'You Don't Own' me is the ultimate anti-possession anthem [boy culture]
The best cities in America for Conservatives and Liberals [joemygod]
Why the double-standard for comicbooks? [unrealitymag]