Spice Girls reunite, minus Victoria Beckham, Lifestyle News & Top Stories

Spice Girls reunite, minus Victoria Beckham, Lifestyle News & Top Stories

As the Spice Girls continue to dominate headlines with news of their reunion tour, it's now emerged that fans have been singing some of their most famous lyrics wrong, for over 20 years.

Their upcoming tour, the absence of Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, Glastonbury rumours (no plans, they said, although it would be "quite nice") and Geri being "Granny Spice" were all discussed by the band, who, in typical Spice Girls fashion, took over the show.

Mel B, Melanie C, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner are all on board - with Victoria Beckham amicably stepping aside.

Chris mentioned Heart on a number of occasions saying Emma was presenting her own breakfast show and that we are all one in radio.

She enthused: 'We're recording an album, and we're going to the studio'. "She supports us and we support her, it's what we are all about".

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The 30-year-old posted a throwback picture of her sitting in her room with a bunch of Spice Girls pictures hanging on her wall.

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

"Because of her business commitments Victoria won't be joining the girls on tour, but (she) will always be one of the Spice Girls and remains aligned with Emma, Mel B, Melanie C and Geri in preserving their unique legacy", the announcement read. "I'm quite rich. I'm just doing it because I love you girls".

Here's the kicker. we're told Mel B and co. could make even more cash if their shows sell well enough to spur a second leg outside the United Kingdom. the girls could rake in up to $6.5 million each.

The performers are excited to be back together on stage and "to spice things up all over again", said Bunton.

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