Back in the late 90s and early 2000s, S Club 7 fever was everywhere. You couldn't move for music, television shows, and merchandise. If you're a 90s kid who doesn't have fond memories of S Club 7 then what exactly were you doing with your childhood?!
By 2001 S Club fever was so high that their label, Polydor Records decided that one perky, youthful pop band wasn't enough: they'd need an entirely new, even fresher, even younger version of S Club 7, and that's how S Club Juniors were born.
If you were a child of the 1990s then you either wanted to be best friends with the S Club Juniors or you wanted to be the S Club Juniors. And plenty of huge playground battles were fought over the big question: who was the hottest, Calvin Goldspink or Aaron Renfree?
Well, we can't promise that we can provide any definitive answers to that question, but we do humbly submit the 2017 version of Aaron for your consideration:
Just for a bit of comparison, here he is at S Club Juniors' heyday (that's him in the bottom left wearing bright blue):
And here he is now:
Quite the transformation, huh?
These days 29-year-old Aaron is a professional dancer. He's appeared as a backing dancer on both The Voice UK and The X Factor plus various West-End stints. He's also joined back up with his former-S Club Juniors bandmates Frankie Bridge and Rochelle Humes as a backing dancer for The Saturdays of which they are both a part.
And judging by his Instagram, it seems life is going very well for ol' Aaron:
Featured Image Credit: Instagram