Pop acts together with members of Steps and Blue have spoken of their heartbreak over the dying of S Membership 7 star Paul Cattermole.
The singer, whose reason behind dying is unknown, was discovered at his house in Dorset on Thursday afternoon.
Tributes have poured in for Cattermole, hailed as a “beacon of sunshine for a technology of pop music followers”, together with from acts similar to Steps, Atomic Kitten, Blue and B*Witched, who shared the highlight through the peak of S Membership 7’s fame.
The official Blue account posted on Instagram tales: “Relaxation in peace, @paul_cattermole. It was a pleasure realizing you and sharing this journey with you! You’ll by no means be forgotten. Antony, Duncan, Simon and Lee.”
Ian H Watkins from Steps shared a video of himself broadcasting a radio present, tagging S Membership 7 with a heartbroken emoji.
He informed followers: “Sending you all an enormous hug. Take care everyone. Keep protected.”
Steps counterpart Lisa Scott-Lee shared an Instagram story with an image of Cattermole and the caption: “I am heartbroken to listen to of the passing of Paul. My love goes out to all his bandmates @sclub7 and his household, pals and followers.”
In the meantime, presenter Rochelle Humes, who discovered fame as a member of S Membership Juniors, shared photos of the group with S Membership 7, initially posted by choreographer Aaron Renfree, who wrote the caption: “I simply cannot imagine it. Paul you may be deeply missed by your S Membership household, pals and followers.
“You had been an enormous a part of my childhood, thanks for some particular reminiscences. Shine shiny up there!”
Humes additionally shared a put up by best-selling authors All On The Board, who created a Transport for London board to pay tribute to Cattermole.
It highlighted the band’s hit singles, together with the phrases: “So many people had a dream come true when it was introduced the group would convey all of it again and had been reuniting to carry out on stage.
“It is so unhappy that we now say goodbye to you at such a younger age.”
Liberty X star Michelle Heaton additionally shared an image of S Membership 7 of their heyday on Instagram, together with the caption: “Sending love & prayers to my pals and Paul’s household at this very unhappy time #rippaul.”
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Myleene Klass, who rose to fame in Hear’Say, wrote: “Unbelievably unhappy. RIP Paul.”
Her fellow Hear’Say star Suzanne Shaw added: “Devastated to listen to the heartbreaking information of Paul’s passing. So younger. RIP Paul.”
Atomic Kitten stars Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon additionally paid tribute, with Hamilton writing “Oh my gosh, that is so unhappy to learn. Ideas & prayers are with Paul, his household and all of the band at this devastating time. RIP.”
Made up of authentic members Rachel Stevens, Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Tina Barrett and Cattermole, S Membership 7 had been attributable to be reunite in October for a twenty fifth anniversary tour of the UK and Eire.
The seven-piece pop group had hits together with Attain, Do not Cease Movin’ and Deliver It All Again within the late Nineties and early 2000s.