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S Club 7’s Paul Cattermole ditches pop star career in favour of becoming a YouTube tarot card reader


S Club 7’s Paul Cattermole has found a new calling in life.

The former singer, 44, has launched a career as a YouTube tarot card reader, 23 years after shooting to fame with the pop group – asking fans to give him a donation.  

Paul has created a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he gives regular readings, which he describes as: ‘Tarot readings for everyone!

Career change: Paul Cattermole has launched a new career as tarot card reader, 23 years after shooting to fame with the pop group S Club 7 

‘General, Collective, individual, timeless and also random Tarot readings most often short and to the point but sometimes long.’ 

He writes: ‘You may recognise me from Tv or Music or Theatre, I have had a long and varied career in Performing arts.

‘I now spend most of my time making online content of all different types, Clairvoyance Sorcery Soothsaying and Necromancy are now my main gigs.’

Former pop star: He writes: 'You may recognise me from Tv or Music or Theatre, I have had a long and varied career in performing arts, (pictured while in the band in 1999)

Former pop star: He writes: ‘You may recognise me from Tv or Music or Theatre, I have had a long and varied career in performing arts, (pictured while in the band in 1999) 

Paul encourages subscribers to get in touch for personal tarot readings and offers a link for viewers to donate money to support him.

However, he also adds a disclaimer, stating: ‘All content on this channel is for the purposes of entertainment only.

‘If you are needing life assistance with, medical, financial or legal matters etc. seek the advice of qualified experienced professionals like Doctors, Financial advisers, Lawyers, Personal Trainers etc, don’t use tarot guidance for important matters such as these.’

Divination: Paul has created a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he gives regular readings (a still from one of his tarot readings)

Divination: Paul has created a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he gives regular readings (a still from one of his tarot readings) 

In 2002, Paul sent shockwaves through S Club 7’s global fanbase when he spectacularly announced he was quitting the group citing ‘creative differences’. 

He had a rocky road after leaving the band, becoming bankrupt in 2015 and even putting his Brit Award up for sale on eBay saying: ‘There’s bills to pay’.

He then appeared on Loose Women in 2018 where he admitted he had run out of money and had to borrow a shirt for the show.

Throwback: Paul shot to fame in S Club 7 alongside Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee (pictured together in 1999)

Throwback: Paul shot to fame in S Club 7 alongside Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee (pictured together in 1999) 

In 2019 Paul made an emotional appearance on the dating show First Dates Hotel.

The star went on a date with music lover Anna but after being let down gently, sobbed on camera and asked for a ‘moment’ to pull himself together.

During the date, Paul, who has previously claimed he was contractually forced to date fellow bandmate Hannah Spearritt during the height of their fame in the noughties, reminisced about his days as a pop star. 

Paul told Anna: ‘I don’t tend to bring up on a date that I have been in a pop group. It’s not the thing I want to shout about. 

‘I ended up being in the group for six years. I did leave before the end, I was feeling like I was losing myself and I wasn’t very happy at all.

‘I had the balls to say, “guys I’ve got to go,” but not one of them said “stay”.’ 

Earlier this year his ex bandmate Tina Barrett said: ‘I’m always here for Paul. It is hard when you see someone you’ve worked with look like they’re struggling.’

Struggles: He had a rocky road after leaving the band, becoming bankrupt in 2015 and even putting his Brit Award up for sale on eBay saying: 'There's bills to pay', (pictured in 2004)

Struggles: He had a rocky road after leaving the band, becoming bankrupt in 2015 and even putting his Brit Award up for sale on eBay saying: ‘There’s bills to pay’, (pictured in 2004)



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