Shapeshifters Deny Rachel Stevens Top Single

Rachel Stevens 'Some Girls' single cover

Former S Club singer has been denied the top spot in the singles chart by a dance track. ‘Lola’s Theme’ by the Shapeshifters, which is already a huge hit on the club scene, entered at number one. It pushed Rachel’s ‘Some Girls’, which is the official song of Sport Relief 2004, into the number two slot. Usher’s latest single ‘Burn’, which had occupied the top spot for two weeks, slipped to third.

Rachel Stevens Lands Deal With Sky Sports

July 17, 2004 – According to The Sun, former S Club star Rachel has signed up as the new face of Sky Sports. Stevens has recorded a version of the 1976 hit ‘More More More’ for Sky’s soccer coverage next season. Rachel, who performs the track with 200 extras in a virtual stadium, justified the signing saying: “I’m an Arsenal fan. I know the off-side rule and lots of the chants.”

Rachel Stevens Tells All To The Mirror

July 16, 2004 – Former S Club star Rachel visited The Mirror’s offices to set the record straight on gossip surrounding her, including her run-in with ‘Friends’ star David Schwimmer, her hopes to run into *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake, her split with actor Jeremy Edwards, and her budding romance with Gavin Dein. Stevens also talked about the UK’s version of ‘Big Brother’, her solo chart successes and failures, staying in shape, and more.

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