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Former S Club 7 star Paul Cattermole 'regrets putting Brit Award up for sale'

Former S Club 7 star Paul Cattermole has said he regrets putting his Brit Award for sale online.

The star told ITV's Loose Women:

It was no way a PR thing. I didn't expect it to go how it did. I regret, in a way, how it has gone. I was hoping to be able to sell them quietly, without there being a furore.

– Paul Cattermole, speaking to 'Loose Women'

Cattermole, who said he has no money and is struggling to find work after being injured last year, said he would take a job like "delivering pizza".

He said that he wants to appear on a reality TV show, but that "they just haven't wanted me".

S Club 7, who were known for pop hits such as Reach, Bring It All Back, S Club Party and Don't Stop Movin', split in 2003 after five years together.

Cattermole was in the band along with Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh, Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearritt, Tina Barrett and Jon Lee.

They reunited in 2015 for a tour, but Cattermole has previously said it was "difficult" and that "not everyone in the band sees eye-to-eye".

In January, Cattermole made headlines when he sold the best newcomer statuette that he won with his then-bandmates in 2000 for £66,100.

However, several weeks later he tweeted: "Well I am gutted that the winning bidder was total time waster. He Just wanted to wreck my sale. Grab yourself a bargain! Everyone thinks it's sold!"

The eBay listing says the sale on the re-listed item ended on January 30 and made £61,000.