S Club 7 star Bradley McIntosh reveals incredible body transformation ahead of reunion tour | The Sun

S CLUB 7 star Bradley McIntosh has revealed his incredible body transformation ahead of the band's reunion tour.

The pop star posted a new snap of his gym journey on social media as he bulks up ahead of the planned concerts.

Bradley, 41, took to social media as he gave his fans a glimpse of his workout routine.

He captioned the image: "It’s amazing how quick you can lose months worth of hard work! But I never quit!! Back on this!"

The singer was notably slimmer when the band first arrived on the scene in 1998.

His fans rushed to the comments section to praise the pumped-up look.


S Club 7 fans all say the same thing as band announces huge reunion tour

S Club 7 open up on reunion for the first time after confirming huge tour

One wrote: "Looking good my g!"

A second said: "Come on lad!!"

A third commented: "Keep up the good work, Brad!!!!"

Another added: "Ok tour!!!!! Yessssssss."

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While a fifth noted: "you look hot a* ?."

It comes after the group announced their reunion for a 25th anniversary tour — in a bid to “bring some positivity” to Britain.

The band confirmed they will perform 11 shows in arenas across the UK and Ireland this October.

In their first print interview in eight years the group — Hannah Spearritt, 41, Jon Lee, 40, Jo O’Meara, 43, Paul Cattermole, 45, Rachel Stevens, 44, Bradley and Tina Barrett, 46 — admitted: “It’s been so depressing”.

 Tina said: “Everything, every day. It’s like, what’s next? A zombie invasion? So we thought, let’s get S Club back together and bring some positivity back.”

Jo continued: “I think because it’s been 25 years, we all kind of knew. It was always going to happen again and it was just a matter of when.”

Rachel added: “People want nostalgia. They want to be taken back to those good times.

“It’s amazing to celebrate these things. It’s 25 years so I think the world needs a bit of joy.”

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