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Within the television series, and the parallel branding, each member of S Club 7 had their own character, which contained exaggerated forms of their real life counterparts as well as their own identifiable "S Club colour".

The show eventually celebrated worldwide success and was watched by 90 million viewers in over 100 different countries.The group also filmed two specials between the first two series of their show.The first, Back to the '50s—which aired on CITV, instead of CBBC—told the story of how the group found themselves back in 1959.Following on from Miami 7, S Club 7 released the theme music to the show as their debut single on 9 June 1999.The up-tempo "Bring It All Back" reached number-one in the United Kingdom singles charts, and after selling more than 600,000 copies, was made BPI certified Platinum.

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