"Don't Stop Movin'" is a song by S Club 7, released as a single on 23 April 2001. The song was written by the group along with their regular songwriter Simon Ellis and Sheppard Solomon, who had worked on hits in the 1990s by Eternal and Michelle Gayle. The song features Bradley McIntosh and Jo O'Meara on lead vocals and is notable for being made in a disco style, and it features real violins and string instruments. It was released on 23 April 2001 as the third single from S Club 7's second studio album, Sunshine (2001).
The originality of the song has been challenged. The authors acknowledge that the verse samples Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean", a fact that the group claim to have widely spoken about during promotion of the single. In an interview, S Club 7 allegedly mentioned the song's producers asking Jackson's management for permission to sample "Billie Jean" through fax and having been granted permission. However, in another action, the publishers also reached an undisclosed settlement with Worcestershire Songwriter Clive Edwards. Edwards had challenged original authorship of the chorus, which is the most distinctive part of the song.