SC3 (S Club 3) have announced the charity they are helping raise money for with their new Christmas single 'Family'.
SC3 are donating part of the money from their festive single 'Family' to The Rainbow Trust Children's Charity.
On Friday (01.12.17), it was revealed that Jo O'Meara, Bradley Mcintosh and Tina Barrett, who were members of S Club 7 and have performed as threesome for 10 years on-and-off, are finally bringing out a song under their own name, and now the charity they've decided to help out as has been confirmed.
The song was written and produced by songwriter Simon Ellis, who was the man behind S Club 7's hit singles 'Never Had A Dream Come True' and 'Don't Stop Movin', both of which reached the top of the UK Single Charts.
The track was originally pitched to the group as their comeback single for the full S Club 7 reunion tour in 2014.
Although the trio - who chose the name SC3 to avoid upsetting the rest of S Club, Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee and Paul Cattermole - are not currently performing as a seven-piece, the door is not closed on them getting back together in the future.
Rachel, 39, hopes that S Club 7 will have a 20-year reunion in 2019.
She previously said: ''The hardcore fans want a 20-year reunion and I could see that happening. It will be something we'll have to talk about.''
The 'Don't Stop Moving' group all reunited in 2014 for BBC Children In Need and an arena tour.
Speaking about that reunion, Rachel said: ''It was so fun when we did the reunion tour a few years ago, it was absolutely brilliant and it was so lovely to see everyone again. Nostalgia is a big thing to people and we really felt that. It was perfect for what we wanted to get out of it for the fans.''
In their career, S Club 7 scored four number one singles, sold more than 13 million albums worldwide and had a hit TV show.
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