Spice Girls Reunion: Details Announced

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Yes, you read it right. One of the world’s most successful girl groups is making a comeback and it’s time to spice up your life! Although, Posh Spice (Victoria Beckham) will not be joining them on tour.  

Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm revealed details of the reunion tour in a news bulletin style video on social media on Monday 5th November. 

For Halloween, Mel B was seen at a party dressed up as Victoria Beckham and wore a shirt that read, “Not going on tour” and her friend, Gary Madatyan, dressed up as David Beckham and held a sign that read, "Please, please, please, do it for the fans." However, due to business commitments, she declined. 

The tour will kick off at Manchester's Etihad Stadium on 1 June 2019, they will also be performing in Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh and Bristol, finishing at London's Wembley Stadium. They will be supported by English singer Jess Glynne. 

The group last performed as a fivesome at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. 

The girl group originally split in 2000 after performing for two years as a four-piece, following Geri's departure. All five returned for a reunion tour in 2007. 

Tickets for all dates went on sale on Saturday.

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