Hannah Spearritt may not reunite with S Club after losing Paul as she talks rift

Hannah Spearritt may not reunite with S Club after losing Paul as she talks rift

S Club 7's Hannah Spearritt has revealed she may never sing with her bandmates again.

The 42-year-old ex-pop star pulled out of the group's 25th anniversary tour after the tragic death of her first love, Paul Cattermole.

Hannah revealed that since she made decision to quit the tour in May, she hasn't heard from the rest of S Club 7.

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Speaking to The Sun, Hannah shared the impact of her former lover's death: "Paul died and everything changed. It gave me time to reflect on whether it was the right thing for me to do.

"I was getting these crippling panic attacks, was suffering from really bad vertigo and was tired all the time."

Struggling to cope with her poor physical and mental health after the shock news, Hannah realised she "couldn't go back".

The Norfolk-born actress has accepted that this may permanently be the end of the road for her S Club 7 journey.

Hannah told The Sun, “Will I ever ­perform with them again? I just don’t know.

"I’ve not spoken to any of them since I left, which is fine."

Hannah has apologised to fans for the last-minute decision, whilst bandmates Rachel Stevens, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, and Tina Barrett have continued the tour.

Whilst S Club 7 begin their sold-out tour on the 12th October at AO arena in Manchester, Hannah will be busy promoting her tell-all book, Facing The Music.

The book is due for release on the very same day S Club 7 begin their tour.

The anticipated autobiography promises to be "A searingly candid memoir of Hannah's life".

Highlights include tales of Hannah's flat-share with Sheridan Smith, drunk tales, a whirlwind romance with a Westlife member, and her S Club origins.

Hannah is also in the process of writing her future, and is excited to be a part of the 2024 Dancing On Ice cast.

Instead of reaching for the stars, Hannah is skating with the stars, joining a famous cast including Ricky Hatton MBE, Claire Sweeney, Amber Davies, and Adele Roberts.

Dancing On Ice is set to premiere on ITV in January of 2024.

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