Spice Girls gave their fans what they really want – a new tour!
After several months of rumors and speculation, the 90s Brit Pop legends announced on Monday that they will start a tour in the 2019 stadium. The six-year trek, currently only predicted for the UK, will mark the group for the first time reunited with its high profile during the closing of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
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The big news came in the form of a video-based video discovery divided into Twice Spice Girls, in which ladies organized a global download of television.
"It's time to regain everything again !!!!! I can not wait to perform for our incredible fans and a whole new spice," said Emma Bunton (aka.k.a. Babi Spice) in a statement.
Geri Hallivell Horner, who personally separated from Spice Girls 1998, also expressed her joy. "I am so excited, we celebrate girls' power together with our fans and the next generation, and everyone is welcome," she said in a statement. "Hold tight will be fun."
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However, the world famous quintet will be four times this time. Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice) is not able to participate because of other business obligations, including her fashion line.
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"Being in Spice Girls was a very important part of my life and I love my girls so much love and fun as they return to the tour," said a 44-year-old mogul in a statement. "I know he will be delighted with the fantastic fans of the past and the present will have a wonderful time!"
Beckham posted a long note on Instagram, writing: "Today marks a special day for girls as they announce the first dates of the tour since we teamed up in 2012!"
Despite her absence, there seems to be no hard feelings among her spice Spice. Melanie Brown celebrated Halloween night last week at the 19th annual Halloween Party of Handy Klum in New York by donating a behemoth's face and a black mini-dress and holding the sign "No, I'm not going on a tour."
In the meantime, her friend Gary Madatian channeled Beckham's husband David into a soccer jersey and picked up a sign that read: "Please, please, please, do it for the bitch for the spirits."
Pop singer Jess Glinne was chosen to serve for the opening of the Spice Girls tour.
Tour tickets go on sale on Saturday at 10:30 PM in British time local time, 5:30 AM EST.