Paul Cattermole: The S Club 7 star died naturally.
According to a coroner’s findings, S Club 7 star Paul Cattermole died of natural causes.
The 46-year-old was discovered dead in his Dorset home on April 6, only weeks after announcing his return to the musical band.
According to a representative for the Dorset Coroner’s Office, there will be no inquest due to the nature of his death.
Cattermole was scheduled to join the band on a UK tour later this year.
The 11-date tour has subsequently been rescheduled, however band member Hannah Spearritt will not be joining them.
Spearritt, who had been in a relationship with Cattermole for several years, told The Sun that she couldn’t “stop crying” after hearing the news.
The band has relaunched as S Club in preparation for their 25th anniversary tour.
S Club 7 were one of the most popular pop bands in the United Kingdom in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Reach, Don’t Stop Movin’, and S Club Party were their biggest hits, and the band had 11 UK top 10 singles and four number ones.
They sold over 10 million albums worldwide and received two Brit Awards.
Cattermole quit the band in 2002, returning to his previous love of heavy metal.
He rejoined the Skua group, which he had previously been a member of as a youth.