Paul Cattermole was a member of the successful British pop group S Club 7 in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Cattermole was born in St. Albans, England, on March 7, 1977. As a child, he began his musical career by performing in local theatrical shows.
Cattermole joined S Club 7, which was founded by Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller, in 1999. With their catchy pop songs and entertaining, energetic performances, the trio immediately became a UK success. S Club 7 has four studio albums and several successful songs, including “Bring It All Back,” “Don’t Stop Movin’,” and “Reach.”
Cattermole was well-known for his unusual voice and on-stage antics, which frequently included acrobatic acrobatics and backflips. He was also a fan favorite among the group’s younger supporters.
Cattermole quit S Club 7 in 2002 to pursue a solo career. In 2003, he released his first solo album, “Say Goodbye,” but it was not a commercial success. He later starred in the reality television shows such as “The Games” and “Celebrity Big Brother.”
Cattermole has been open about his struggles with mental illness and financial issues in recent years. To help pay off his debts, he sold his BRIT Award for Best British Newcomer, which he won with S Club 7 in 2000, on eBay in 2018 for £66,100.
Despite his career’s ups and downs, Cattermole remains a popular figure among S Club 7 supporters. His lively concerts and catchy songs remain popular, and his personal challenges have motivated many to advocate for the significance of mental health and financial stability.