Hear’Say “in talks to reform after lockdown meeting” but “without Myleene Klass”


Hear’Say could be set to make a comeback after the group held secret talks ahead of the second nationwide lockdown.It has been reported that the group is planning to mark the 20th anniversary of their victory on the ITV reality show Popstars.

Former Coronation Street star Kym Marsh started a WhatsApp group with Myleene Klass, with the idea of ​​wondering how a reunion could happen.

A UK tour was one of the suggestions and the other band members Noel Sullivan, Suzanne Shaw and Danny Foster all reportedly met in September.

Hear’Say, circa 2001. From left to right, they are Noel Sullivan, Suzanne Shaw, Myleene Klass, Kym Marsh and Danny Foster

A source told The Sun that as Hear’Say is “one of the original successful reality TV groups” there might be an appetite for them to reform themselves, especially since they are “something of a cult group ”.

There was a strong demand for group reform in the ’90s and’ 90s, with Spice Girls leading the way last year.

The source added that they had “exchanged a series of messages about a meeting”, and that they had “offered some tour dates and some one-off television appearances, as well as a possible documentary on ITV”.

February 2001: Myleene Klass from "Hear'Say" performs on stage at BRITS at Earls Court.
Hear’Say’s Myleene Klass performed on the BRITS stage in 2001

Despite these plans, it looks like Myleene will turn down the chance to join her former bandmates on their nostalgic journey.

The source said she “didn’t think the time was right for her”.

It was a marked difference from the group’s initial split, with Myleene and Kym arguing and the former leaving after just 18 months.

The group was finished in 2002, but not before reaching number one on the charts twice.

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