S Membership 7’s Paul Cattermole Useless, Reason for Demise — Pop Singer Dies
Paul Cattermole, a member of the British pop group S Club 7, has died unexpectedly at age 46.
The tragic information got here courtesy of a joint statement from each Cattermole’s household and the band to the BBC: “It’s with nice disappointment that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole.”
No official reason for loss of life was given, with the assertion including, “Dorset Police has confirmed that there have been no suspicious circumstances. Paul’s household, pals and fellow members of S Membership request privateness at the moment.”
“We’re actually devastated by the passing of our brother Paul,” reads a caption on S Club 7’s official Instagram, accompanied by a black-and-white photograph of a younger Cattermole. “There are not any phrases to explain the deep disappointment and loss all of us really feel. We had been so fortunate to have had him in our lives and are grateful for the wonderful recollections now we have. He will probably be so deeply missed by every one in every of us. We ask that you simply respect the privateness of his household and of the band at the moment.”
Information of Cattermole’s loss of life comes simply weeks after the group introduced S Membership 7 Reunited, a 25-year celebration tour with a number of dates throughout the UK.
Fashioned by ex Spice Ladies supervisor Simon Fuller, S Membership 7 launched 4 studio albums between 1999 and 2002 — S Membership, 7, Sunshine and Seeing Double.
S Membership 7 was marketed internationally by way of a sitcom starring the group members as exaggerated variations of themselves. Stateside, the episodes — beneath a number of titles, together with S Membership 7 in Miami and S Membership 7 in LA — aired between 1999 and 2002 on Fox Household and ABC Household, the community that may later grow to be Freeform.