Rachel Stevens’ Kinky Cargo Gets Seized At Airport

Sky News reports was stopped by security at Heathrow Airport with a kinky cargo of six leather whips, seizing the items fearing the former S Club star could use them as weapons. Stevens was headed to Edinburgh, Scotland for the Royal Variety Performance. “It’s funny. What did they imagine?,” Stevens said.

Simon Cowell Not Impressed With ‘Pop Idol’ Crop

November 17, 2003 – Speaking after the ‘Love Actually’ premiere at London’s Odeon in Leicester Square on Sunday, Simon Cowell told The Sun: “Would I offer them a deal if they came into my office? No, I wouldn’t if I’m being honest. Without the ‘Pop Idol’ show behind them it would be very difficult for them to land a solo deal. We have had some good performances this year but we have also had many average ones as well. But don’t get me wrong – I think they are talented kids. I cannot tell you who is going to win because it is too open, but I do like Michelle because she’s a personality. To be honest, I wouldn’t have signed Will Young or either if they hadn’t been on ‘Pop Idol’.” Read more.

Rachel Stevens Bares Nearly All On New Video

November 16, 2003 – Rachel’s skimpy, transparent blue basque caused most of the gasps on the set of the former S Club’s star’s new video for ‘Funky Dory’. One insider on the video shoot told The Glasgow Daily Record, “All the men’s jaws dropped when they saw Rachel. She really looked gorgeous and loved being in front of the camera.”

Rachel Stevens Enlisted To Save Gareth’s Pop Career

November 2, 2003 – With Pop Idol runner-up Gareth Gates’ career in trouble after his latest album ‘Go Your Own Way’ bombed in the charts, the singer is hoping to pair up with former S Club star Rachel in a duet of ‘You are Everything’. Rachel, whose solo debut ‘Funky Dory’ went gold last week, wasn’t keen with the idea, but both share the same management, so the song will likely be recorded anyways.


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