5ive star Scott Robinson has posted an emotional tribute to late S Club 7' star Paul Cattermole, following a previous blunder on Twitter.
Radio host Scott, 43, first shared a message about Paul, who passed away on 6 April, on Saturday, which contained a mistake and he has now apologised for his blunder and posted a new message to his late friend.
Scott's new tribute read: "I'm so deeply saddened by the passing of Paul From S Club. I didn't quite have the words to express how I feel.
"A Friend wrote something for me which I felt was perfect. I posted the text do not think that this is just a moment in time for me he was a friend and I'm gutted."
Scott's initial tribute contained a mistake with many fans quickly reacting to his tweet.
The singer shared: "Such sad news today at the passing of Paul of @SClub7. We wish all close to him the very best. See you in the great concert in the sky some day Paul. RIP. Love Five."
His heartfelt post followed a message reading: "Scott, stick this up with a picture."
The singer removed the post after many pointed out his awkward mistake and has now apologised, with some Twitter users sharing messages of support.
One fan tweeted: "I completely get it. Sometimes there are just no words," and a second person wrote: "Sometimes the words don’t come as easily as we want or need them to. Be kind to yourself x."
S Club 7 star Paul tragically passed away on Thursday, after being found dead at his home in Dorset, aged just 46 years old.
A statement from Paul's family and S Club 7 to OK! said: "It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole.
"Paul was found yesterday, 6th April 2023 at his home in Dorset and was pronounced dead later that afternoon.
"While the cause of death is currently unknown, Dorset Police has confirmed that there were no suspicious circumstances. Paul’s family, friends and fellow members of S Club request privacy at this time."
S Club 7 released an emotional statement regarding Paul's passing on Saturday, one day after his death was announced.
The band took to social media to share their gratitude with fans for the outpouring of love they had received in light of the harrowing news that had left the remaining six members of the band utterly “devastated” by his loss.
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