Rachel Stevens took to Instagram while modeling a T-shirt emblazoned with the last names of all Take That members on Thursday.
The stunner, 44, matched Robbie Williams, 49, who did the same in 2017 with an identical version of the S Club 7.
Rachel posed up a storm in the black top that read “Williams, Orange, Owen, Donald, Barlow” in bold white.
While Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Gary Barlow continue in the band, Robbie Williams quit in 1995 followed by Jason Orange in 2014.
Posting a photo alongside Robbie’s Rachel captioned the snap: “Who wore it better?” with the Los Angeles hitmaker commenting, ‘Lots of love, babe.’
‘Who wore it better?’: Rachel Stevens donned a Take That T-shirt while matching Robbie Williams after he paid tribute with his own S Club 7 sweater
Comparison: Posting a photo alongside Rachel of Robbie captioned the snap: “Who wore it better?” with the Los Angeles hitmaker commenting: ‘Much love, babe’
‘I love this!’ Gary Barlow wrote while S Club’s Jo O’Meara shared a slew of love heart emoji and Tina Barrett said “I love it.”
Rachel looked amazing in the snaps as she slipped into figure-hugging blue jeans and donned trendy glasses.
Accentuating her features with makeup, she let her blonde hair cascade to her shoulders.
It comes after Rachel and S Club 7 added additional dates to their upcoming reunion tour to celebrate their 25-year legacy.
The seven members of the popular band – Rachel, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole and Tina Barrett – announced last week that they would be performing a series of UK arena shows.
The pop group have added three concerts, which will take place at Manchester’s AO Arena on October 12 this year, a matinee concert at London’s O2 Arena on October 28 and one at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on October 29. October, with tickets on sale on Friday 24. February.
Speaking about getting back together, the band said: ‘It’s so good to be back! We’ve all been so overwhelmed by the response after the tour announcement.
‘Thanks again for all the lovely messages and support, it means a lot to us.
Stunning: Rachel looked amazing in the snaps as she slid into figure hugging blue jeans and donned trendy glasses
Love! ‘I love this!’ Gary Barlow wrote while S Club’s Jo O’Meara shared a slew of love heart emoji and Tina Barrett said “I love it.”
Throwback: Rachel posed a storm in a black top that read ‘Williams, Orange, Owen, Donald, Barlow’ in bold white text (L-R) Robbie Williams, Jason Orange, Howard Donald, Gary Barlow and Mark Owen (pictured in 1992)
S Club Party: Robbie’s sweater, meanwhile, featured all the last names of S Club members: Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh (pictured in 2000 )
“It’s so much fun to see each other again on TV, on the radio and on the front pages of newspapers and adding us to playlists…
“We can’t wait to see you all in October.”
The band, who released four albums between 1999 and 2002 and went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide, are set to perform their hits, including their four UK number one singles Bring It All Back, Never Had a Dream Come True, Don’t Stop moving, have you ever?
It comes after S Club fans were left furious after only one band member turned up to sing at a sold-out concert.
Tina and Bradley had been booked to perform in a 150-capacity bar, and tickets sold out in 90 seconds at £23 a piece.
However, the night Tina was away, Bradley showed up alone and angered the fans.
They took to the venue’s Facebook page to complain, writing: ‘What a disappointment.
Phenomenal Demand – It comes after S Club 7 have added additional dates to their upcoming reunion tour to celebrate their 25-year legacy.
On display: They will take place at Manchester’s AO Arena on October 12 this year, a matinee concert at London’s O2 Arena on October 28 and one at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on October 29 (pictured in left to right: Bradley and Paul)
Pop Magic: Tickets for the extra shows went on sale Friday, February 24 (photo by Jo)
Making Music: Speaking about getting back together, the band said: ‘It’s so good to be back! We’ve all been so overwhelmed by the response after the tour announcement’ (Jon pictured)
‘I showed up to find out that they can’t act as S Club as they have signed a contract and not Tina. However, happy to take everyone’s money.
Another person tweeted: ‘What a disappointing night. I felt so bad for Bradley.
A third person repeated: ‘Absolutely furious! I paid a lot of money to see two members of the S Club 7 and only one showed up. We were also not notified about this.
The bar, Wyld, responded to the controversy, explaining that it was due to contractual obligations after the band announced their reunion.
Owner Josh Peverley told the Isle of Wight County Press: “Unfortunately, this situation was out of our hands, and when we booked the show earlier this year, there was no speculation or confirmation of an S Club 7 reunion, so contractual obligations meant they couldn’t appear at the show. who had booked and sold tickets for.’
It comes after S Club 7 recently announced that they will be reuniting for a special 25th anniversary tour.
The band said in a statement: “After eight years, it feels amazing to announce that we will be reuniting and performing together again.
“We are so excited to bring S Club Party back to our fans across the country to celebrate 25 years of S Club 7. We can’t even believe it’s been so long!
“Music and friendship have always been at the center of everything we’ve done. We hope everyone can join us for a great party!’
Tickets for the additional dates of S Club 7 Reunited went on sale at 10:00 am GMT on Friday the 24th. through www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk, with all other dates on sale now. Tickets for Ireland will be available via www.ticketmaster.ie.