Steps in 2020

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This is from Worldpop: Steps were back at their favourite London club G-A-Y for the launch party of their new single Here And Now/You’ll Be Sorry on Saturday night, but if you missed out on the show, don’t panic: you can catch the action at 6.00pm right here on worldpop. H, Claire, Lee, Faye and Lisa performed a whopping seven-song set and worldpop has all the highlights. As well as playing their new double A-side single, the five-piece played hits Stomp, Better The Devil You Know and Tragedy and spiced things up by performing the dance remixes of One For Sorrow and Deeper Shade Of Blue. Steps’ G-A-Y performance came straight after their appearance at the British Soap Awards where the group presented the first gong. Steps’ G-A-Y show was watched by Lisa’s and Faye’s boyfriends Johnny and Jasper, Ben from a1, as well as all the G-A-Y clubbers. However, G-A-Y promoter Jeremy Joseph forbade the popsters from talking about the ceremony, as he wants to watch it in full when it is broadcast this week! However, Steps’ H did tell Jeremy exclusively that the band’s next single, due out in September, would be Chain Reaction, a cover of Diana Ross’ 1986 No 1 hit. The song will feature on Steps’ forthcoming Greatest Hits album which will feature four new songs. Steps will next be performing at G-A-Y this autumn to launch the release of their greatest hits album. Fans will be able to choose the set list for the performance by logging onto worldpop’s official G-A-Y microsite closer to the time. Keep checking worldpop for more details about how to vote for the songs. G-A-Y is a gay club and does not admit people below the age of 18 but if you can’t make it to the club, you can check out all the behind-the-scenes gossip at worldpop’s G-A-Y microsite HERE This is from Channel 4 text: We all know that H is one for monkeying around, but now Steps bandmate Faye is following suit. Faye’s laid down backing vocals on a track by her finance Jasper’s band, Monkey.


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