Rachel Stevens To Perform At The Glastonbury Festival?

Neil Sean of Sky News reports that former S Club star Rachel Stevens plans on performing at the Glastonbury Festival this summer.

The Negotiate With Love singer told a spy, “It won’t be the Rachel they know and love though. And when I perform there I am planning to cover two rock classics for the new recording sessions and these will form part of the act.”

Rachel is back (and she’s the solo Girls Aloud)

Rachel Stevens returns with new single Negotiate With Love on March 7th, her first single since October’s #3 smash More More More, and her first new material since the Funky Dory album from 2003/last year. The song has been produced by Swedish production team Wollbeck & Lindbolm, and will be the first new single from her forthcoming second album due out in June, where it will be preceded by another single. Website Popjustice have called her the “solo Girls Aloud”. Rachel’s said, “I’m really excited about this album, it’s going to be so different to the last one- I’ve had a more of a say this time and I’ve written a number of tracks for it as well, so I can’t wait.” The song is apparently getting it’s first play on the new Sara Cox show on BBC Radio 1 this Saturday from 1-4pm, so make sure you don’t miss it…For more on Rachel as it happens, visit her official site at

Rachel Stevens To Go All Porno

Sometimes you just have to wonder exactly how clever your fave pop star is. Take Rachel Stevens, for example. She seems a fairly bright girl, right? And yet when interviewed about her next single, which is to be a cover of Andrea True Connection’s discotastic 1976 hit More, More, More, she gave a breathtaking display of missing the point.

When it was pointed out to Rachel that Andrea had had a Blu Cantrell-style career in rude films before she became a singer, Rachel replied “I’m thinking of going porno myself.”

Sadly for you boys, this is not quite the offer it seems to be.

She continued “My stylist was suggesting kind of retro, kind of ’70s, not naked but porno-esque. I think that would be quite kitsch and cool.”

Rachel Stevens Defends Pop Music

Rachel Stevens has furiously defended pop music insisting it isn’t a “dirty word.”

The former S Club star said, “Pop should never be a dirty word, and I don’t agree that you need to grow up in a garage with a guitar making your fingers bleed in order to be considered a musician. Just because you’ve come from a pop background it doesn’t mean you have no right to make music.”

Rachel Stevens To Carve An American Pop Career

Rachel Stevens is after a US pop career after seeing how well Mis-Teeq has done.

The ex S-Club star has contributed her song, Fools, to the Princess Diaries II soundtrack and is making it her lead single from her debut album, Funky Dory for the Americans.

The song will be released to radio August 2, followed by the release of her album on September 21. Rachel is currently promoting her single, Some Girls overseas but in September, Rachel will fly to US to promote Fools and the disc’s second single, Sweet Dreams (My LA Ex).