S Club 7’s Paul Cattermole Leaves A Pop Star’s Career To Become A YouTube Tarot Card Reader

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

The former singer, 44, has launched a career as a YouTube tarot card reader, 23 years after he rose to fame with the pop group and asked fans to make a donation.

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

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

Regular Readings: He currently has 45 videos on the channel, with the highest at 31 views

Regular Readings: He currently has 45 videos on the channel, with the highest at 31 views

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

He currently has 45 videos on the channel, with the highest being 31 views.

He writes: ‘You may recognize me from TV or music or theatre, I have had a long and varied career in the performing arts.

Subscribe: Paul has created a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he regularly gives readings, which he describes as, 'Tarot Readings for Everyone!'

Subscribe: Paul has created a YouTube channel called Tarot Me This, where he regularly gives readings, which he describes as, ‘Tarot Readings for Everyone!’

Former pop star: He writes: 'You may recognize me from TV or music or theatre, I have had a long and varied career in the performing arts (pictured when I was in the band in 1999)

Former pop star: He writes: ‘You may recognize me from TV or music or theatre, I have had a long and varied career in the performing arts (pictured when I was in the band in 1999)

“I now spend most of my time creating all kinds of online content, clairvoyance, sorcery, divination and necromancy are now my main performances.”

Paul encourages subscribers to reach out for personal tarot readings and provides viewers with a link to donate money to support him.

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

Fortune-telling: He writes,

Fortune-telling: He writes, “I now spend most of my time creating all kinds of online content, clairvoyance, sorcery, fortune-telling and necromancy are now my main gigs.”

“If you need life assistance in medical, financial or legal matters, etc., seek advice from qualified experienced professionals such as doctors, financial advisers, lawyers, personal trainers, etc., do not use tarot guidance for important matters such as this.”

In 2002, Paul sent shockwaves through S Club 7’s worldwide fan base when he spectacularly announced that he was leaving the group due to “creative differences.”

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

Flashback: Paul rose 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)

Flashback: Paul rose 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)

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

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

The star went on a date with music lover Anna, but after being gently let down, he sobbed in front of the camera, asking for a “moment” to pull himself together.

During the date, Paul, who previously claimed he was contractually forced to date fellow bandmate Hannah Spearritt during the height of their fame in the 1990s, recalled his days as a pop star.

Paul told Anna: ‘I don’t tend to tell about a date that I was in a pop group. It’s not what I want to scream about.

‘I ended up being with the group for six years. I left before the end, I felt like I was losing myself and I was not happy at all.

“I had the balls to say, ‘Guys, I have to go,’ but none of them said, ‘Stay.'”

Earlier this year, his ex-bandmate Tina Barrett said, “I’m always there for Paul. It’s hard when you see someone you’ve worked with looking like they’re having a hard time.”

Struggle: He had a rough road after leaving the band, going bankrupt in 2015 and even putting his Brit Award up for sale on eBay with the words, 'There are bills to pay', (pictured in 2004)

Struggle: He had a rough road after leaving the band, going bankrupt in 2015 and even putting his Brit Award up for sale on eBay with the words, ‘There are bills to pay’, (pictured in 2004)

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