Rooster, Phixx, The Noise Next Door, VS, former Atomic Kitten singer Liz McClarnon, V, former S Club star Rachel Stevens and Girls Aloud performed at the Girl Guiding UK’s 6th Annual Big Gig on Saturday (October 16) at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester, England. Check out pictures from WireImage (backstage / show).
Rachel Stevens Wants To Work With Coldplay
October 16, 2004 – During an interview on TV’s ‘Orange Playlist’ show, former S Club singer Rachel said she’d like to work with Coldplay. Stevens said, “Colplay are good. They write amazing songs and I’d love to work with Chris Martin in the future.” As for her belief on the reasons for Coldplay’s success. “They are good. They write amazing songs. It’s that simple,” she opined.
Rachel Stevens In GQ
October 12, 2004 – Former S Club star Rachel is the cover girl for the UK edition of GQ magazine for their November issue. The singer said, “I loved shooting these – the clothes were fantastic and it was exciting creating a different look for me. I’m really pleased with the results.”
Rachel Stevens Ok With Remakes
September 30, 2004 – Neil Sean of Sky News reports that former S Club star Rachel defended her decision to put out another cover song — ‘More More More’, a remake of Andrea True Connection’s ’76 hit. “I’m not against doing covers, and I think this one is perfect as it’s so long ago since it was in the charts,” she reasoned. “Kids today think it’s brand new and I hope it will be my first number one.”
Rachel Stevens Dines At Zuma, Gets Parking Ticket
September 28, 2004 – Former S Club star Rachel was photographed leaving the Japanese restaurant Zuma in London, where she was left with a late-night parking ticket upon returning to her silver Mercedes.