Paul Cattermole of the British Pop Band S Club 7 Dies at 46

Paul Cattermole, who was in the British pop group S Club 7 in the early 2000s, died just a few weeks after the band announced that they would be going on tour again. He was 46.

Friday, the band and Cattermole’s family said, “It is with great sadness that we tell you that our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole has died suddenly.”

They said Cattermole was found dead at his home in Dorset, which is in the southwest of England, on Thursday.

“At this time, we don’t know what caused the death, but Dorset Police has confirmed that there were no suspicious circumstances,” they said.

Members of S Club 7 said in a statement on social media that they were “truly devastated by the death of our brother Paul.” We can’t find the words to express how sad and lost we all feel.”

The band said, “We were so lucky to have him in our lives, and we’re grateful for the wonderful memories we have of him.”

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The Spice Girls’ manager, Simon Fuller, started S Club 7 in 1998. Like The Monkees, they got their start with a TV show about a pop band in which the members played fictionalized versions of themselves.

Below are some of the tweets from Fans remembering Cattermole:

S Club 7 had a string of upbeat U.K. hits, such as “Don’t Stop Movin’,” the bubblegum pop classic “Reach,” and the ballad “Never Had a Dream Come True,” which was also a top 10 hit in the U.S.

In 2002, the band played at a concert at Buckingham Palace to honor Queen Elizabeth II’s 50 years on the throne.

The same year, Cattermole quit the band. All of the original members of S Club 7 announced in February that they would be going on a 25th-anniversary tour that would start in October.

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