S Membership 7 singer Paul Cattermole has died “unexpectedly” on the age of 46, his household and the pop group introduced.
The singer, who weeks in the past was confirmed to be a part of an upcoming twenty fifth anniversary tour, was discovered useless on Thursday at his dwelling in Dorset.
In an announcement launched to the PA information company, Cattermole’s household and S Membership 7 stated: “It’s with nice disappointment that we announce the surprising passing of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole.
“Whereas the reason for loss of life is presently unknown, Dorset Police has confirmed that there have been no suspicious circumstances.
“Paul’s household, mates and fellow members of S Membership request privateness at the moment”.
Initially created by former Spice Ladies supervisor Simon Fuller in 1998, S Membership 7 had hits together with Attain, Do not Cease Movin’ and their debut Carry It All Again.
Cattermole left the seven-piece pop group in 2002 after 4 years to embark on a solo profession.
A 12 months later, the seven-piece band disbanded earlier than returning to the highlight with a medley of their best-known songs for a 2014 BBC Kids In Want enchantment.
Cattermole later turned a member of the spin-off group S Membership Allstars, beforehand S Membership 3, with Bradley McIntosh and Jo O’Meara earlier than Tina Barrett was added to the line-up in 2014.
In 2018, Cattermole stated he regretted “in a means” placing his Brit Award, which he gained along with his then-bandmates for finest newcomer in 2000, up on the market on-line after struggling to search out work on account of a again harm.
He informed ITV’s Unfastened Ladies he hoped the eBay bidding, which reached greater than 66,000 kilos could be finished “quietly”.
The singer stated the halting of his pop profession had made him contemplate making use of for a job in a store, and he was “cool with delivering pizza”.
Cattermole added that he needed to look on a actuality TV present, however that “they simply have not needed me”.
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