Spice Girls tease more tour dates in first interviews since reuniting

Spice Girls tease more tour dates in first interviews since reuniting

Spice Girls tease more tour dates in first interviews since reuniting

Emma was "down the line" from Leicester Square whilst her fellow Spice Girls Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell were in Wogan House talking about their new tour.

The reunited Spice Girls have hinted that more dates will be added to the six United Kingdom dates they announced this week.

But Mel B won't take Victoria Beckham's "no" for an answer as she once again told fans Posh Spice would be joining the band on stage for their London Wembley date during a chat on Wednesday's installment of the Heart Breakfast Show. However, there will be one notable absentee from the live shows - Victoria Beckham, who has decided not to rejoin the group but shared her support on social media. She's really supporting us.

But Mel B, in typically cheeky form interjected: "She is joining us at Wembley on June 14th".

Jack Whitehall has taken one for the team and offered himself up for the role of Posh in the Spice Girls reunion, after Victoria Beckham decided not to join her bandmates. "I knew you were going to bring that up", she said.

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Emma agreed, saying: "We are celebrating for the women who were there when we came out - they're going to have a great time!"

"Finally about six months ago, how it started was Mel C was like [reluctant], wasn't sure, and Mel B and Emma always wanted to do it all the way through it".

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. And now I'm gonna go cos I'm gonna cry'.

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

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