This snap of S Club 7 dates back to 1998, just before they became the greatest pop band music had ever known:
And THIS reunion pic is from their 'Bring It All Back' tour in 2015, some twelve years after they split in 2003, ceasing to be the greatest pop band music had ever known:
So what've they been up to since?
Paul traded squeaky clean dance pop for The Man-hating nu-metal in 2002, forming 'Skua', a band whose sound he described as a cross between Limp Bizkit and Rage Against The Machine.
When they failed to overthrow the goddamn government, he Jo and Bradley reunited for S Club 3, a slimmed-down version of the group which traded arenas for students' unions and Butlins. He also had an on-off romance with fellow S Club-member Hannah!
Having already dated Paul from 2001-2006, Spearritt dumped her fiance earlier this year to rekindle the flame. It couldn't last, and the couple split once more just a few weeks ago, but there's still time for a Ross and Rachel happy ending. Hannah also managed a successful career transformation into the world of acting, appearing in the TV series Primeval and a number of credible West End shows.
Alongside nabbing the dubious honour of being crowned FHM's 'Sexiest Woman Of All Time' last year, Rachel has enjoyed the most successful of the group's respective solo careers, racking up five top 10 singles, coming second in Strictly Come Dancing, mentoring on New Zealand's X Factor and judging on The Voice Ireland.
Bradley immediately jumped ship, appearing on Totally Boyband and forming 'Upper Street' a supergroup made from the remnants of other disbanded pop bands including Steps, 911, New Kids On The Block and Another Level. Upper Street's debut and only single 'The One' failed to reach Number 1, and the dream ended. He then boxed Jack Osbourne for Sport Relief (obviously) and has performed alongside Jo and Lee since 2008.
Jo followed a disastrous appearance on Celebrity Big Brother in 2007, where she was accused of making racist comments towards fellow housemate Shilpa Shetty, with a disastrous appearance as 'S Club 1' in 2013, where she stoically performed a medley of hits on her own to a bemused crowd in Hull. Here's a video of the historic moment:
Jon has enjoyed a heartening career renaissance, making his way up through panto to play lead roles in West End productions of Les Miserables and Jersey Boys. He also came out in 2010, telling the Gay Times in a frank interview that he felt it "never needed to be a huge change that I've had to tell everyone about."
It's an oft-overlooked fact that Tina was in zingy girl group 'Face2Face', which later evolved to become Mis-teeq, before joining S Club. After leaving S Club, she crossed paths with noughties pop royalty once again, releasing a cover of Rod Stewart's 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?' with Natasha Beddingfield and Atomic Kitten's Liz McLarnon in 2004. She faded in and out of the limelight, until she released 'Fire' in 2012, the video of which makes use of the fieriest fire effects of all time. How it's not more famous, we'll never know.