A few months after finalizing a tour to celebrate the 25 years of formation of the pop group S Club 7one of its members of the British bank Paul Cattermole, was found dead at his home in Dorset in the United Kingdom. The death of the singer, only 46 years old, shocked his family and friends so much since it was something surprising that he did not see coming.
The news of the death of Paul Cattermole occurs a few weeks after S Club 7 planned to celebrate its 25th anniversary and offer a series of concerts in various cities in the United Kingdom. The group is made up of Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, Rachel Stevens and Jo O’Meara.
The british band became famous after participating in the television series Miami 7, produced by the CBBC in 1999. During the five years they were together, they released four singles. Of which became number 1 in England, a number 1 album in the same country, a series of number 1 singles around Europe, and Top 10 singles in the United States, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
What did Paul Cattermole, singer of S Club 7, die of?
Through a statement on Twitter, the pop band stressed that Dorset police confirmed that there is no suspicious evidence of the death of Paul Cattermole. For now the cause of his death is unknown. Likewise, Paul’s family, friends and members of the S Club 7 they requested privacy at this time.
“It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected death of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole. Paul was found yesterday, April 6, 2023, at his home in Dorset and pronounced dead in the afternoon,” the official statement released by the BBC indicates.
The first album of S Club 7, he had a 1990s pop style, similar to many artists of his time. However, throughout her career, her musical focus shifted to a more R&B one, which was most noticeable on her latest studio album, Seeing Double.
Simon Fuller was the creator of the group’s brand, as well as being the manager. The television series S Club 7 It had four seasons, where it was possible to appreciate the band’s journey through the United States and Spain. The show became popular in more than 100 different countries around the world, where it was watched by more than 90 million viewers.