S Club 7s Jo OMeara in horrendous pain and a bad place after failed back surgery

S Club 7's Jo O'Meara has said that she's "devastated" after surgery on her back didn't go as expected, leaving her in "horrendous" amounts of pain.

The singer, 43, had to have emergency surgery on her back last month to remove a disc, causing her to cancel a number of gigs and other appearances.

Sharing a video to her 38.8K Instagram followers, Jo opened up about needing more surgery, adding that she feels like she's "in a really bad place" at the moment.

She said: "I just thought I better come on and give you all a little update, as you can see I'm back in bed. That is because the back is playing games again."

"The pain has been absolutely horrendous and today I got some MRI scan results back that wasn't the result I wanted. I've actually got to go back into hospital for further surgery on my back which I'm absolutely devastated about to be honest."

She continued that the pain has been horrendous, adding: "And it's been making me feel really quite in a bad place if I'm being honest.

"I've felt really low. The last few days have been really tough but I'm hopefully with this next surgery, I will be back fighting fit and ready to get out there again so positive thinking."

Jo opened up further in her caption, writing: "So I got the MRI scan results I didn’t want to see , and I am going to have to go back in for another back operation to try and get it fixed!

"I’m totally gutted that it didn’t work the first time, but my back is in a bit of a mess to be honest!

"I will be taking things easy for the time being to make sure I’m fighting fit ! Thankyou for all your love and support you continue to show me!

And don’t forget it’s almost Halloween [pumpkin emoji] that means one thing !! Stream “Thriller” ! I love you all very much."

Fans were quick to share their well-wishes, with one writing: "Sending love. Try to stay positive and think this will give you a better quality of life in the long run."

Another commented: "Sending you best wishes for a full, speedy and successful recovery after your next operation."

While a third added: "Ah Jo! I'm sorry it wasn't the result you wanted and that you will need another op. Take it easy."

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