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The show documents the auditions and formation of the group, with S Club 7 as the judges of the show.
Although, the group were originally formed to only perform and support S Club 7 at Wembley Arena date of their Carnival Tour, S Club Juniors' appearance was considered a success and consequently 19 Entertainment, the management company that had created S Club 7 and auditioned S Club Juniors, decided they should perform as the support act at all of the venues on the tour.
The group made their debut television appearance as a group on Children in Need in November 2001.
By the time the group had finished touring with S Club 7, they had earned a substantial following and with the encouragement of 19, Polydor Records signed the group.
"Sundown" was announced as the second single from the album in September 2003 and the track became the bands sixth top-ten single, selling roughly 40,000 copies in its first week.Despite selling a total of 60,000 copies in the UK and 315,859 worldwide, the record company perceived the album as a failure.A third and final single was released, "Don't Tell Me You're Sorry", which charted at number 11.Bridge began auditioning for programmes in television shows and adverts when she was just nine years old, and although she did well and often making the final, she didn't receive any parts she auditioned for and began questionning whether or not she was good enough, and therefore began taking an extra two private acting lessons a week.In The Saturday's book The Saturdays: Our Story, Bridge revealed she was very poor at Mathematics in school and her school report revealed she was well behaved as a child and would only receive detention for forgetting homework.