S Club 7’s Paul Cattermole launches new career as a tarot card reader

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He rose to fame as one of the biggest bands of the noughties (Picture: Paul Cattermole/Rex)

Former S Club 7 member Paul Cattermole has found his calling as a tarot card reader, 18 years after the pop group disbanded.

The 44-year-old has launched a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he offers regular readings.

Describing his channel, Paul writes: ‘Tarot readings for everyone!

‘General, collective, individual, timeless and also random tarot readings most often short and to the point but sometimes long.’

He currently has 45 videos and doesn’t shy away from his previous life as a pop star, also sharing: ‘You may recognise me from TV or music or theatre, I have had a long and varied career in performing arts. 

‘I now pend most of my time making online content of all different types, Clairvoyance Sorcery Soothsaying and Necromancy are now my main gigs.’

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Paul’s career has taken a new direction (Picture: EMPICS Entertainment)

Viewers can donate money to support Paul on his new venture, and he asks them to get in touch for personal readings.

However, he states that all content on his channel is for ‘entertainment purposes only.’

‘If you are needing life assistance with, medical, financial or legal matters etc. seek the advice of qualified experienced professionals like doctors, financial advisers, lawyers, personal trainers etc, don’t use tarot guidance for important matters such as these,’ he warns.

Paul rose to fame when S Club 7 formed in 1998, with fellow members Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Rachel Stevens and Tina Barrett.

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There still ain’t no party like an S Club party (Picture: Tim Roney/Getty)

They are best known for hits such as Reach, Bring It All Back, S Club Party and Never Had a Dream Come True.

Paul shocked fans when he quit the group in 2002 due to ‘creative differences.’

The band reformed for an appearance on BBC’s ­Children In Need in 2014 and went on to complete a 15th-anniversary tour in 2015.

Following his exit from the band, Paul has been open about his money struggles.

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S Club 7 were the ultimate pop band back in the 2000s (Picture: Ilpo Musto/REX/Shutterstock)

In 2015 he became bankrupt and sold his BRIT Award on Ebay stating: ‘There’s bills to pay.’

He appeared on Loose Women in 2018 where he admitted he had run out of money and had to borrow a shirt just for the show. 

In 2019 he made an emotional appearance on First Dates Hotel, where he reflected on his days as a pop star.

‘I ended up being in the group for six years. I did leave before the end, I was feeling like I was losing myself and I wasn’t very happy at all,’ he confessed.

‘I had the balls to say, “Guys I’ve got to go,” but not one of them said “Stay.”‘

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