S Club have got matching tattoos in tribute to Paul Cattermole.

Paul Cattermole has been remembered by S Club with a tattoo tribute

Paul Cattermole has been remembered by S Club with a tattoo tribute

The 'Reach' hitmakers - who have completed the United States run of their 'Good Times Tour' celebrating the pop group's 25th anniversary - have paid a lasting tribute to their late bandmate, who died of heart failure aged 46 in April 2023.

Bradley McIntosh told Entertainment Tonight that the group "got a tattoo the other day on Venice beach" which read "Good Times" in memory of their friend.

The design includes "a little heart for Paul".

Bradley has been joined on tour by Jon Lee, Tina Barrett, Jo O'Meara and Rachel Stevens, although Hannah Spearritt opted not to be part of the reunion.

The US tour came to an end with a show at The Orpheum in Los Angeles, a city which the band hold close to their hearts after shooting their TV shows there back in the day.

They changed the name of the anniversary tour following Cattermole's death.

Rachel said: "I know it was never a question to not do it. I think it just turned into something different.

"Like, we renamed the tour 'The Good Times Tour' in tribute to him, 'cause that was [what] he was going to, acoustically, in the show.

"And it just became a real beautiful tribute and celebration for him, and for the fans too."

Tina noted that the remaining band members have "kept in touch" with Cattermole's family.

She added: "They came to one of the showsl They just really thought it was beautifully done, and respectful."

The group think pushing on with the anniversary tour - which they had been planning for a while - was the right move.

Bradley said: "Paul was so so excited to do the tour and I think he would be really really angry with us if would have stopped it. I really do."