Frankie Bridge drops hint that S Club Juniors could be following in S Club 7's footsteps
Make it happen.
Frankie Bridge has dropped a huge hint that S Club Juniors could follow in the footsteps of S Club 7 after it was announced that the group was reuniting.
Earlier this week it was announced that S Club 7 would be reforming and going back on tour across the UK and Ireland in October.
Frankie, who was a member of S Club Juniors, took to Instagram to share how excited she is to see the band reform, and hopes her former bandmates want to do the same.
She wrote: "I’m so bloody excited … Kelbin and Aaron have both texted me like omg S Club 7 are only following everyone from S Club Juniors.
“Everyone is asking if we are getting back together, as far as I know we are not, but it would be fun, wouldn’t it?”
Frankie wasn't the only famous face that featured in the S Club Juniors line up as her The Saturdays bandmate Rochelle Humes was also in the band.
The group was a miniature version of S Club 7 and gained a massive following.
Also in the band was Jay Asforis, Daisy Evans, Calvin Goldspink, Stacey McClean, Aaron Renfree and Hannah Richings.
And it seems that Frankie isn't the only one up for reforming as Aaron also hinted at it on Twitter.
He pointed out that the official S Club 7 account only follows the original members, as well as the original S Club Juniors line up.
He then went on to to like a series of tweets from fans, with one saying: "OMG how good would it be if #SclubJrs supported @SClub7 on tour @AaronRenfree come on make it happen #Sclub7."
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