S Club 7 starHannah Spearitt has revealed that she and her family had to move into a friend’s office over Christmas and New Year, after being forced out of their home by a landlord.
The well-known 90s pop star,who recently showed off her incredible hair transformation, has said that she has lived in four temporary homes in the past six months, and that it was a stressful experience but it was something that she had to deal with.
During an interview withThe Sun, the 41 year old, who has daughters Tea, four, and Tora, two, with fitness instructor Adam Thomas, also shone a light on her experience of fame and added that people’s perceptions of her and her bandmates being “millionaires” was “just not true” when it came to reality.
Touching on her time living in temporary accommodation, Hannah told the publication: “Our landlord needed the money and the property sold so fast. We ended up with under two days to leave.”
She added: “What screwed us is we didn’t have time to find another place. We had somewhere over Christmas but ran out of time before we could move in. It was just a couple of weeks.
“We were allowed to stay in our friend’s office. We just used it as our living room.”
In the same interview, Hannah also told The Sun that she had come down with an illness that had left her bedbound, while her and her partner’s new cafe venture had also stalled.
Back in the 90s, Hannah shot to fame as part of pop group S Club 7 alongside bandmates Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Tina Barrett.
Having been formed in 1998, the band releasedhits including Don’t Stop Movin’, Bring It All Back, and Never Had A Dream Come True before their split in 2003.
And while Hannah’s other group members are expected to perform in a series of reunion gigs later this year, the singer told the publication that there was still a chance she’d join the line-up, though that was dependent on her health.
The news comes after Hannah spoke to OK! back in October abouther previous battle with breast implant illness and the struggles she faced in getting the condition diagnosed by medical professionals.
“Getting them taken out was the best decision of my life,” she said.
“I was struggling to function as a human being on a day-to-day basis, and I think any other person would feel the same way once they had their implants taken out.”
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