It's a night out clubbing with the S Clubbers. The video showcases the S Club having a good time performing at a club and dancing with their significant others. There is no real plotline to... See full summary »
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It's a night out clubbing with the S Clubbers. The video showcases the S Club having a good time performing at a club and dancing with their significant others. There is no real plotline to this video but it's basically just a night out with the S. Written by omp9

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Impossible to stop moving
28 July 2016 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Don't Stop Movin" is a 4-minute short film from 2001, so this one is already 15 years old now. Actually, it is a music video for the song "Don't Stop Movin" by British pop music band "S Club 7". I remember being quite a fan back then and I also loved their show. I really did. But lets take a look at their music. This one here is one hell of a catchy song that makes it very easy to get in the groove. And just want to jump around with the S Club gang. I know I did. Still do today. I also admit I had a crush on all the girls except Jo. Nice to see Bradley get some parts too where he can sing, he is probably my favorite from the guys. All in all, this is a good piece of pop culture from the early years of the new millennium and I am glad it exists. Thanks for the great S Club 7. I miss you guys.


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