They were part of one the nineties biggest bands.
And S Club 7’s Bradley McIntosh, 39, and Tina Barrett, 44, joined forced once more to perform together on stage at Camp Bestival 2021 in Dorset.
The pair took to the stage together on Friday as they entertained fans at the music festival.
S Club party! S Club 7’s Tina Barrett and Bradley McIntosh joined forces to perform together at Camp Bestival 2021
Tina rocked an urban chic ensemble for the performance, wearing a fitted long-sleeved black top featuring a cut out section.
She paired her dark top with denim overalls, the arms of which she had tied together around her waist.
On her feet, she also wore a pair of black hi-top trainers, and she wore a pair of large hooped earrings.
Meanwhile, Bradley added a splash of colour to his outfit, in a black T-shirt with a vibrant pink and green guitar emblazoned across the front.
Pre-performance: Tina rocked an urban chic ensemble for the performance, wearing a fitted long-sleeved black top featuring a cut out section
On stage: Meanwhile, Bradley added a splash of colour to his outfit, in a black T-shirt with a vibrant pink and green guitar emblazoned across the front
Mid-performance: Bradley looked to be enjoying himself in the middle of the performance
Full flow: The pair’s chemistry was on show during their performance as they sung at Camp Bestival
Back in the day: S Club 7 pictured in 1999, consisting of Paul Cattermole, Tina, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley, and Jon Lee (pictured together in 1999)
He paired his top with black denim jeans and a black snapback cap, which had the word ‘Yo!’ written on the front.
Like Tina, he also wore a pair of black trainers on his feet.
Their appearance together comes after their former S Club 7 band mate Jo O’Meara admitted she empathises with Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson as she also felt like the ‘ugly one’ in her pop group.
The-42-year-old singer revealed earlier this month that she felt insecure as part of the hit nineties band due to comments about her weight.
Entertaining: A number of acts entertained the crowd, including Self Esteem (pictured)
Centre stage: Ffion Rebecca (pictured) was another of the performers who took to the stage at Camp Bestival
Headliner: Becky Hill (pictured) was the headline act on Day 1 of Camp Bestival
Jo told The Sun: ‘When I look back, I wasn’t that big really. But because I was standing next to three absolutely stunning girls, I was always the ugly one that sang the songs.’
The singer shot to fame with hits such as Reach Up For The Stars alongside Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett, Bradley McIntosh, Jon Lee and Paul Cattermole.
Jo told the paper she could relate to Jesy, who received a barrage of body shaming messages and comparisons to her bandmates Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall before quitting Little Mix in December.
Jesy wrote in her leaving statement at the time: ‘The truth is recently being in the band has really taken a toll on my mental health.
Empathy: Former S Club 7 singer Jo O’Meara has revealed she empathises with Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson as she also felt like the ‘ugly one’ in her pop group (pictured in 1999)
‘I find the constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations very hard,’ she added.
Echoing Jesy’s sentiments, Jo said of her time in S Club: ‘It made me feel very insecure as a singer and as part of that group. I did have a hell of a lot of insecurities to overcome.’
The singer also revealed that when the band did TV appearances she would sit with a cushion over her stomach so that people wouldn’t comment on her weight.
Looking back retrospectively, Jo added that she was unsure how she overcame her insecurities but now feels the happiest she ever has and is feeling good in her own skin.
‘I find the constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations very hard’: Jesy quit Little Mix in December after facing body shaming and comparison to her bandmates