Spice Girls to earn over $3m each for United Kingdom tour

Spice Girls to earn over $3m each for United Kingdom tour

Spice Girls to earn over $3m each for United Kingdom tour

'Geri is not a good driver, we can't have her driving the bus!' shouted the girls, before Chris added: 'I know she's not a good driver, that was one of our issues, and I am not joking'.

Though she has opted not to be involved in the reunion, Victoria recently sent a message of support to her former bandmates.

Mel B said Posh would be joining the girls for their Wembley date, to which the girls laughed.

They got together again to perform at the London 2012 Olympics closing ceremony. "We've got some really interesting creative ideas, but we've want our fans from back in the day to come and enjoy".

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Baby Spice copped to that one, explaining, "We were in America, we had gone out for some drinks and we were on our way home in the auto and I did feel very ill because I'd eaten something weird and had a few drinks and I was sick out the window and it flew back". "If she had kept her mouth shut for 5 minutes, it wouldn't have flown in!"

"She obviously was and still is a huge part of the band", Mel C told bandmate Emma Bunton, who co-presents the station's breakfast show with Jamie Theakston.

As previously reported, the Spice Girls will tour will hit Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol and London next June. "I wouldn't be here without my girls", she said. "It's just the four of us who are fully confirmed, but you know, Vic might join us at some point", she told Britain's ITV.

Whether 90s Union Jack waving product-placement driven feminism remains relevant in 2018 will be revealed when tickets go on sale on Saturday Morning for the hotly-anticipated shows.

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