The true cause of PAUL Cattermole’s death has been revealed following the singer’s shocking death in April.
The S Club 7 star was found dead at his home in Dorset earlier this year aged 46.
Last month, a spokesman for the Dorset Coroner Service told Sun pop star Paul that he died “of natural causes” and that the inquest into his death was “closed”.
It has now been revealed that the Bring It All Back hitmaker has died from a combination of heart problems.
Paul’s death certificate – seen by People – states cardiac arrhythmia, acute myocardial ischemia and severe atheroma of the coronary arteries and intraplaque hemorrhage as causes of death.
An arrhythmia, also called an irregular heartbeat, causes the heart to beat too fast, too slow, or irregularly.
Myocardial ischemia is the medical term for problems with blood flow in the heart that cause the heart to not receive enough oxygen.
S Club 7, formed in 1998, announced on Valentine’s Day that they were reuniting for a 25th anniversary tour.
The tour was renamed the ‘Good Times Tour’ in homage to the 2001 song on which Paul sang lead – but ex-girlfriend and bandmate Hannah Spearitt, 42, has dropped out.
For the first time since Paul’s shocking death, the group later announced that concerts beginning in October would be held in the UK, after taking the time to mourn their “big brother”.
Jon Lee, 41, said in the Instagram video: “Honestly we were a little shocked and it took us a while to find the right words to describe our brother Paul.”
Rachel Stevens, 45, added: “He will always be with us. We’ll just keep his memory alive and share it with you.”
Jo O’Meara, 44, tearfully said, “When Paul walked into the room you definitely knew he was there because he lit it up with humor and love.”
Bradley McIntosh, 41, said: “No one could ever replace our Paul. He lives on in each and every one of us.
Tina Barrett, 46, added: “It’s just really sad. It’s really, really hard to process right now.”