Zoe Sugg duets with S Club 7 after birthday surprise from boyfriend Alfie Deyes

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YouTuber Alfie Deyes has proven he’s well and truly boyfriend goals by throwing Zoe Sugg – known online as Zoella – a huge 29th birthday bash, complete with actual S Club.

Surely he’s never going to top this.

Zoe, who boasts a following of more than 15 million between two channels, was surprised with a ’90s themed bash which saw her and her YouTube pals, including her brother and Strictly star Joe, lifestyle and beauty vlogger Tanya Burr, and boyfriend Alfie, throw it back a couple of decades.

However, the biggest surprise came when actual Jo O’Meara, Tina Barrett, and Bradley McIntosh from S Club 7 took to the stage with the YouTube star for a performance of Reach For The Stars.

The star was stunned at the surprise (Picture: @zoesugg)

Stunned, the star wrote on her Instagram Stories: ‘@AlfieDeyes surprised me with ACTUAL S CLUB & this was the best most surreal moment!’

She added: ‘Imagine 9 year old Zoe being told in 20 years time she’d be singing on stage with S Club…’

We could not be more jealous.

The birthday bash comes after the star got serious with her fans back in January, admitting that Instagram was ‘suffocating’ her and pledging to stop posting ‘perfect pictures’.

Couple goals (Picture: @zoesugg)

In a caption, shared underneath a picture of herself and fellow internet star Sean Elliott O’Connor, Zoe opened up on the pressures of Instagram, and how she hopes to stop feeling suffocated by the online world.

‘I spoke a bit last year about the pressure, expectation & fear of posting that I have often experienced through my decade of sharing, but now more than ever, I second guess a lot of things I say or post,’ she wrote.

‘I also know that SO many of you do the same thing (regardless of follower count) & you can end up feeling a little suffocated & disconnected.’

She added: ‘I took a little trip down memory lane looking back at my Instagram on my stories last night and the feedback has been INSANE!

‘I can’t even tell you how many messages I received from you all (including fellow social influencer posters) saying you felt the same way & that you didn’t feel you could compete with the “glossiness” that a large part of Instagram has become.’

Making a pledge to her fans, the influencer continued: ‘I’m going to make a conscious effort this year, to post more without second guessing, or contemplating a perfect caption that won’t offend anyone, or appear like my life is so well put together.’

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