S Club 7’s Paul Cattermole unrecognisable with grey hair in social media return
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It's been over 20 years since the chart topping heyday of S Club 7, and fans have welcomed the group's Paul Cattermole back to social media.
After a year's break, the 44-year-old posted an Instagram selfie with long grey hair and a full beard.
"Genie Hair #nofilter," he wrote.
Paul had his long hair tied up in a bun and wore reflective sunglasses and a simple white t-shirt, as he looked a far cry from his pop star days.
Fans were quick to compliment him on how good he looked.
"Still would," one user wrote with a laughing emoji and a heart emoji.
Another commented: "Suits you!" while another joked: "GuruPaul. looks good man!"
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Paul was a founding member of S Club 7 but eventually quit the hit pop group in 2002.
Back in 2018, Paul opened up about how he had to sell his BRIT Award on eBay to pay some of his bills.
He eventually managed to sell the award for a staggering £66,100 and also put up his BRIT Award that S Club won for Best British Single.
Speaking to NME he admitted that he struggled to find work after an accident during The Rocky Horror Picture Show tour left him with a permanent back injury.
He also revealed:"Someone said to me, ‘Why don’t you just not sell the awards and just go into the jungle [on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!]?’ I have asked them many times if they will let me in and they won’t have me. I’m not famous enough, apparently.
"But when you look at some of the people they put in, it really is extended friends of famous people. Cousins of friends. I’ve been told this by many of these reality TV shows – they just don’t want me."
He added: "They could easily have put me in the jungle. Or the dancing one. Or the ice one [laughs]."
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