Adam told the rejection felt like a "kick in the teeth".

In response to Adam's comments, Hannah said: "We're not bothered.

No one is going to ruin what we have." Certainly, S Club supporters are delighted by the reunion.

Over the five years they were together, S Club 7 had four UK No.1 singles, one UK No.1 album, a string of hits throughout Europe, including a top-ten single in the United States, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.

They recorded a total of four studio albums, released eleven singles and went on to sell over fourteen million albums worldwide.

Spearritt was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk to Michael and Jenny Spearritt. Her sister is former model and fashion designer Tanya Spearritt.

Her uncle, Eddie Spearritt, from Lowestoft was a professional football player who played for Ipswich Town in the 1960s.

"We've had lots of messages from people saying they're glad we're back together.

It's so nice." Hannah and Paul pictured together in November 2004 Bandmate Rachel Stevens has also given the reconciliation her seal of approval.

While with the NYMT she met future S Club member and boyfriend Paul Cattermole, as well as her friend and future flatmate, actress Sheridan Smith.

She appeared in the NYMT's productions Pendragon (1994–95)—performing in New York and Hong Kong, Tin Pan Ali (1996), and the West End musical Bugsy Malone (1997). She had also made appearances on the National Lottery Show and Blue Peter.

The couple were rumoured to have reconciled when pictures emerged of them kissing on the London Underground, and now Hannah has confirmed: "We're really happy together.

Everything is great." Hannah and Paul originally dated for five years, before splitting up in 2006.

She kept her dyed tresses in natural soft waves, and colour-coordinated her new hairstyle with a matching coloured top.