Hear’Say are reportedly set to reunite for his or her twentieth anniversary (Image: Rex/Shutterstock/ITV)
Hear’Say are reportedly in talks to reunite, however Myleene Klass has declined to be a part of it.
The 90s band are stated to be contemplating a reunion for the twentieth anniversary of profitable ITV’s Popstars in 2001.
Myleene and former bandmate Kym Marsh reportedly arrange a Whatsapp group to run the concept by Suzanne Shaw, Noel Sullivan and Danny Foster, and even secretly met earlier than the lockdown guidelines had been put into place.
A supply stated: ‘Proper now, there’s an actual demand for nostalgia and feel-good movie star — and Hear’Say match the invoice.’
They added to The Sun: ‘The group exchanged a sequence of messages a few reunion, proposing a number of tour dates and a few one-off TV appearances, in addition to a doable ITV documentary.
‘However after a lot consideration, Myleene politely stated that after a variety of thought she didn’t suppose the time was proper for her.’
Myleene is claimed to have declined the invitation (Image: Wireimage)
Hear’Say shaped throughout the 2001 sequence of Popstars, rocketing to fame with their debut album.
Nevertheless, they break up lower than two years later, all venturing on very completely different profession paths.
Myleene stepped into presenting in addition to persevering with with music, whereas Kym starred on Coronation Street from 2006 to 2019 as Michelle Connor.
The band shaped in 2001, splitting in 2002 (Image: ITV/Rex/Shutterstock)
Noel turned to musical theatre, with Suzanne showing on TV reveals, together with a stint on Emmerdale, whereas Danny has shaped his personal group, Danny Foster & The Massive Soul Company.
It’s not the primary time there’s been discuss of a reunion, with Myleene, 42, revealing her youngsters have been encouraging her to get on board.
Talking to the Daily Mail a few doable comeback, Myleene shared: ‘It’s humorous as a result of on the stage that I’m now – my youngsters don’t even realise that I used to be in a band – nicely, Ava extra so.
‘I’ve gone from, “No, by no means, it’s by no means going to occur”, to my youngsters saying, “Go on, simply do it! We would like to have the ability to see you do all of the dance strikes!”‘
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Myleene Klass, Kym Marsh, Noel Sullivan, Suzanne Shaw, and Danny Foster for remark.
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