Rachel Stevens reminds fans that there are no further plans for S Club 7 after the tour, at least for now. She also says that her, Hannah and Jo are likely to shed a few tears when during the final night. We also learn what the band eats in their tour bus. You can read the full interview on Daily Record.
“It’s all healthy eating on the tour bus these days because when you get older you are more aware of what you are eating. We are really not that rock’n’ roll and have all got sandwiches and blueberries on the tour bus.”
“The social networking element has also changed and now when you are up on stage there are thousands of phone cameras in the audience and everyone is filming, so you get an immediate response from fans online.
“S Club have always been hard workers because we had the TV show as well as doing promo and recording. It always was pretty non-stop, 24 hours a day, so we expect to work hard on a tour like this.”
Rachel claims there are no other plans for future S Club 7 projects when the tour finishes, despite it being a success.
She said: “I don’t know what’s next. That’s it, really. This tour was all about a greatest hits tour and to celebrate it for fans. We’ve had a brilliant time and who knows? It’s lovely to all come back together.”
The band are looking forward to hitting the stage in Scotland, where they have have always enjoyed a great rapport with the audience.
She confirmed: “Without sounding corny, Scotland has amazing fans and has always been one of the places we remember going to.
“The crowds are really loud and up for it. The support has been incredible and the feedback so positive.”
As the last date looms on the horizon, Rachel confesses that she’s already getting emotional thinking about the final curtain.
She said: “I think there will be some tears in Glasgow. We’ve had some already and are a soppy lot – Jo, Hannah and me in particular.