Holly Willoughby, 19, strips down to her bra and is DUMPED by Paul Cattermole in S Club 7 TV movie check out what happened next


She's one of Britain's most popular presenters, hosting This Morning, Play To The Whistle and Surprise, Surprise.
However, Holly Willoughby's started her television career with a cameo in S Club 7 TV movie Artistic Differences when she was just 19.

Young Holly plays Paul Cattermole's childhood sweetheart Zoe, who flies out to meet him in Los Angeles, where the pop group are based.


She's one of Britain's most popular presenters, hosting This Morning, Play To The Whistle and Surprise, Surprise.
However, Holly Willoughby's started her television career with a cameo in S Club 7 TV movie Artistic Differences when she was just 19.
Young Holly plays Paul Cattermole's childhood sweetheart Zoe, who flies out to meet him in Los Angeles, where the pop group are based

It isn't long before Paul and Zoe have rekindled their flame, but soon find their reunion on shaky ground when she finds fame as a model.
Holly hadn't long graduated from the College of Richard Collyer in Horsham, West Sussex when she landed the role in the 2000 movie.
She had already been working as a commercial model after being spotted by a scout when she was 14 and was a regular in teen magazines such as Just Seventeen, Mizz and More.


It isn't long before Paul and Zoe have rekindled their flame, but soon find their reunion on shaky ground when she finds fame as a model.
Holly hadn't long graduated from the College of Richard Collyer in Horsham, West Sussex when she landed the role in the 2000 movie.
She had already been working as a commercial model after being spotted by a scout when she was 14 and was a regular in teen magazines such as Just Seventeen, Mizz and More.


Having previously modelled underwear for Pretty Polly when she was 17, Holly ended up appearing in lingerie during one of her scenes with Paul. 
The one-hour special saw the future of S Club 7 in danger after Paul clashed with bandmate Bradley McIntosh over artistic differences.
Rachel Stevens doesn't help matters either when she reveals she wants to leave the group and get married.

Paul said: 'I've really liked seeing you again and I'm really glad things are taking off, but I'm afraid your new career is taking off and it doesn't leave room for things like me.'
Zoe clearly disagreed: 'Paul that's not true, there's plenty of time for you and work.'
Reflecting on why they broke up originally, Paul replied: 'That's what I said to you two years ago when we split up and you didn't believe me, You were right.

However, he soon realises he will hold her back with her burgeoning modelling career and decides to end their romance.
'I was so into my music and it was so exciting and now you've got this, it's even more exciting. I still have my own dreams, I'm just not ready to catch a free ride on yours.'
The penny finally drops with Zoe, who realises: 'You mean you're dumping me?'
Paul laments: 'I suppose I am. But sometimes the scariest thing, is the thing you've got to do,' before giving her a tender kiss on the cheek.
Following Holly's small role in the show, she ended up working as a receptionist and enrolling on a psychotherapy course at the Open University.
However, she ended up getting her first role presenting factual entertainment programme for children called Xchange in 2000. 

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