Jo O’Meara turned heads at a red carpet event as she showed off a sleeve tattoo of angels and flowers which stretches from her elbow to her hands.
Jo, 43, has been inked several times with tattoos on both arms, her bum, stomach and ankle.
Several were on show during her appearances with S Club 7 and more have appeared since the group split up in 2003. Jo and her bandmates enjoyed huge chart success from 1999 with hits such as Reach for the Stars and Never Had a Dream Come True.
After the band broke up, singer Jo launched a solo career and became controversially embroiled in a racism row after appearing on Celebrity Big Brother in 2007.
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On her upper left arm, Jo has a strip of barbed wire – a classic style staple of the noughties.
The trend began in the nineties when Baywatch star Pamela Anderson got inked while filming superhero flick Barb Wire.
Jo has a small dolphin on her stomach on the left hand side which is surrounded by red stars.
The cute little design was often on show during stage performances during the late 1990s when low rise, belly-baring jeans and trousers were all the rage.
Butterfly on her bum
It was Jo’s first tattoo which she had done when she was 18.
She also had a Chinese emblem done at the base of her spine and a crescent moon and stars tattooed on her foot.
Sleeve on right arm
Jo looked fantastic in a long green and black polka dot dress at the red carpet event on Tuesday and it was her sleeve tattoo which caught the eye.
The piece stretches from her elbow to her hands, and features a pretty design of angels and flowers.
Jo was joined by Rachel Stevens with whom she has remained close friends over the years. Jo was seen supporting her pal when she took part on Dancing on Ice.
Jo, Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Tina Barrett, were brought together by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller.
Their act was launched as a fictional pop outfit in TV series Miami 7 and became a global success in reality with four UK number ones, multi-platinum albums, two Brit awards and even their own movie.
Jo has a son Lenny and she recently took to Instagram to share a sweet snap of him on his 14th birthday.
Paying tribute to the teen, she went on: “You mean the world to me and more darling and I love you more than the sun the moon And all the stars in the sky !! Will he kill me ???
“Yes yes he will [laughing emoji] Happy birthday Lenny [heart emojis].”
Last year, Jo revealed she “lost everything” and suffered a “complete breakdown” after appearing on Celebrity Big Brother in 2007.
The singer, along with late reality star Jade Goody, were accused of racist bullying of co-star Shilpa Shetty.
In an interview with The Sun, Jo explained: “I think a lot of people wanted me to be punished for what happened, and I was. I lost my career. I lost my home. I lost everything and I’m still trying to rebuild today…
“I had a complete breakdown and it wasn’t a nice time for everybody involved….”
Jo went on to become a mum and credits her son Lenny with helping her rebuild her life.
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