The pop fivesome said they wished they’d paid more attention to their finances back in the day
'What the Future Holds' is the name of the band's latest single and also their upcoming album.
The 'Chandelier' hitmaker wrote new single 'What The Future Holds' for herself, but decided it was better suited to the 90s dance group.
Steps singer Ian ‘H’ Watkins and professional skater Matt Evers will reportedly perform on the ice together as a pair.
The twosome will compete against the likes of Michael Barrymore and 'Love Island' star Maura Higgins.
Faye Tozer admits being part of pop band Steps helps her learn routines for Strictly Come Dancing.
The Steps band member reveals a 'controversial' Strictly Come Dancing shake-up she'd like to see.
It’s been billed as one of the greatest comebacks of the year, but Steps have JUST narrowly missed out on the number one spot on the top of the album charts. The pop juggernauts came back with a bang this year with their latest single ‘Scared Of The Dark’, as well as a brand new album full of new material and an upcoming tour. Monday saw the band in the lead with a 4,000 unit advantage over Ed, though come yesterday, Ed’s ‘Divide’ was 16,000 units ahead of the band – knocking their album ‘Tears On The Dancefloor’ down to number two.
Legendary pop group Steps, on the other hand, is like the gift from 1999 that keeps on giving. It seems their loyal fans are absolutely ravenous for their subscription of cheesy – but delicious – pop music and if you don’t believe us, proof landed on our desks on Friday when their first single from the record, ‘Scared of The Dark’, knocked pop superstar Ed Sheeran’s track ‘Galway Girl’ off the No 1 spot on the iTunes Chart. “The lot of us are massive fans of Ed so we didn’t expect that.
Way back in 1997 Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Ian “H” Watkins, Faye Tozer and Lee Latchford-Evans formed the group that became the late 90s pop icons Steps.They had a whirlwind three years in the spotlight, supporting Britney Spears on tour, headlining festivals, and causing an army of fans to dance the robot thanks to their big hit ‘Tragedy’. But tragedy actually struck for the band when Richards and Watkins announced they were departing the group in 2001.However, the news that they’ve made another album with tracks penned by Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson and are jetting off on tour once again has set the internet alight today.We’ve taken a look back at why Steps hit the headlines over the years. Remember Claire Richard’s extraordinary weight gain and loss, or Ian ‘H’ Watkins being mistaken for a sex offender in the news? Here’s a reminder…