Rachel Stevens ‘open to’ S Club 7 reunion

The singer is open to an S Club 7 reunion. (Doug Peters/Empics Entertainment)

Rachel Stevens has confirmed she is “open” to an S Club 7 reunion.

the Dancing on the ice The star rose to fame in the group in the late 90s, but the members broke up in 2003.

There’s been a lot of speculation about whether the “Don’t Stop Movin'” singers might get back together, and Stevens has now said she’s up for it.

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Speaking on ITV Lorraineshe said: “I would always be open to that.

“He holds such a special place in my heart and it would be so much fun.”

Pop group SClub7 at the Disney Channel Kids Awards held at the London Arena.  (LR) Jo O'Meara, Rachel Stevens, Paul Cattermole, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt and John Lee.  (Photo by William Conran - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images)

S Club 7 formed in the late 90s. (William Conran – PA Images via Getty Images)

The group reunited in 2015.

But Stevens said it was difficult to get all the band members together because there were so many.

“Being seven of us makes such a difference,” she said. “We’re all so different, and we all do different things.”

For now, Stevens is focusing on Ice dancing.

She got off to a rough start in the ITV competition after a wrist injury delayed her debut on the programme.

The 43-year-old is now back on the ice, but told Lorraine Kelly it was like “jumping into the deep end” and the injury had affected her confidence.

Rachel Stevens is currently competing on 'Dancing On Ice'.  (IVT)

Rachel Stevens is currently competing on ‘Dancing On Ice’. (IVT)

“It really was,” she said.

“But more than anything, it was just being away from the show and feeling that disconnect and missing the ice time.”

Stevens said the show was one of the hardest things she had ever done.

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“It’s intense,” she said.

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