Spice Girls Tour: Everything you need to know about reunification in the UK
- Rumors that the Spice Girls are reunited for a UK tour have been confirmed
- Victoria Beckham will not join the four members for the 13-stop show
- This comes after Mel B went to rehab to treat PTSD, alcohol and sex addiction
Rumors that the Spice Girls are gathering for a UK tour in 2019 have been confirmed and compiled by music mogul Simon Fuller, but this time Victoria Beckham will not go to the other four members of the 13-hour show.
As reported by The Sun on Sunday, the money will help Mel B with her legal fee of £ 1.2 million following her divorce from Stephen Belafonte.
The tour announcement came after it was reported that Scary Spice was going to rehab to treat her PTSD, in addition to her alcohol and sex addiction.
Geri, Emma, Mel C and Mel B will each contribute an incredible 12 million pounds, and sources hinted that Posh Spice had argued with the other girls about money, although she said she would join reunification. Here you will find everything you need to know about the Spice Girls Tour.
Rumors that the Spice Girls will meet in 2019 for a UK tour have been confirmed
Spice Girls Tour
The fans of Spice Girls rejoiced when it became known that four-fifths of the legendary women's group from the nineties traveled through the UK for thirteen shows and finished with three mega shows at Wembley Arena in London.
Led by Simon Fuller, Melanie Brown, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm will each earn £ 12 million for the reunification tour as the event is expected to be sold out.
A source said, "After much back and forth, an agreement has been signed and an official announcement will be made soon, and the girls can not wait to go on tour, present to the fans and sing some of their biggest hits." 39;
The Spice Girls were initially expected as a quintet, but Victoria Beckham has not withdrawn into the music since her appearance at the 2012 London Olympics graduation ceremony as they sang a medley of their hits.
Posh Spice, as reported in The Telegraph, is currently focusing on her clothing line, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this September at London Fashion Week. The news of reunification comes after months of speculation.
Earlier this year, Baby Spice said she had "an open door policy" when it came to Reunion when she talked about This Morning and also revealed that the Five-Some might be the headliners for festivals like Glastonbury.
Emma also suggested that the Spice Girls work on a feminist animated film. Sporty Spice also told NME that they "talked" [and] discuss possibilities for the future "and Scary Space confirmed that they would be touring the same month.
The Spice Girls became famous in 1996 with their hit Wannabe, which entered the top charts in 37 countries. The group was also credited with popularizing the expression "Girl Power," which promoted the empowerment of women.
Spice Girls tour dates
The Spice Girls Tour takes place over 13 nights and ends with three shows at Wembley Stadium. The dates and venues have not yet been announced, but all shows are expected to take place in 2019 and tickets will be available shortly.