Hollywood 7 (2001– )
"S Club 7 in Hollywood" (original title)

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 Hannah (13 episodes, 2001-2002)
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 Jon (13 episodes, 2001-2002)
Tina Barrett ...
 Tina (13 episodes, 2001-2002)
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Dean Strickland: Bust a move, raise a roof.
Jon Lee: It's bust a shape.
Dean Strickland: Oh.
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Tina and the gang are back!
29 November 2001 | by (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

Finally, after a long wait, Tina Barrett and her fellow S Clubbers new series, S Club in Hollywood, has appeared on Canadian T.V. The S Clubbers and their beat up convertible (with fake seatbelts) have returned to Los Angeles, once again to try to make it big as a bubblegum pop group (although they have in the real world with a top ten hit in the U.S). Of course, it's more of the same that the Miami, L.A., New Zealand, and jungle trips offered, but for closet fans like me, it's good enough. Yes, the cheesy dancing, lip-synching (just like a music video, they do sing the songs, but not on the show), bad acting, and heavy British accents are back; but as long as the gorgeous, sexy, and babe-licious Tina Barrett is gracing my screen, I'm a happy man.


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