Spice Girls reunite after 11 years – but without one spicy ingredient
When the Spice Girls get together for a much-anticipated reunion in 2019, they will sadly be one Spice Girl short, with Posh reportedly not joining the girls on stage.
24 years after the Spice Girls gave us some epic music, only four of them will return to the stage for a valedictory tour, namely Ginger, Sporty, Baby, and Scary Spice.
It seems when they said ‘friendship never ends’ they failed to anticipate husbands, children, success, and falling out.
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Mother of four and founding member, Victoria Beckham, will not be joining her friends on stage although she has posted a sweet Instagram about it, wishing them luck.
Media speculation is rife about the band's discontentment with Beckham, citing the issue as being that she and producer Simon Fuller both agreed to the tour and then bailed out.
Sources say the Girls are hopeful that the now-successful fashion designer will find time to join them on stage for at least one of the 6 nights they have booked. Mel B said:
"It’s just the four of us, but she might join us at some point. I hope so. I think it would be a shame if she didn’t."
Hoping to sell out Wembley Stadium and thus earn themselves a staggering amount of $10,000,000 each, this tour could make a huge difference in their lives.
Beckham, singer, actress, fashion designer, and philanthropist has a reported net worth of anywhere from $240 - $450 million, so money is certainly not a reason for Posh to put on those platform shoes again.
While all the other Spice Girls are worth well over $25M each, Mel B's recent divorce has made public her finances revealing that she is pretty much broke.
With talks of on-again-off-again reunions and tours starting in 2015, and the band going from four to three and then back to four again, nothing appears cast in stone.
Among the many millions of fans who are eagerly anticipating this comeback tour, some celebrities are wearing their hearts on their sleeves unashamedly fangirling the group themselves.
Adele's recent post to her 32 million followers proves that we aren't the only ones who have been waiting for this day to occur.
"HA! This is how I feel right now! I AM READY"
The message from the Spice Girls is simple, they aim to be:
"Bringing girl power and our message of friendship and love back to the stage feels more relevant than ever. We hope everyone can join us for one big Spice Girls party!"
Well, I can certainly tell you what I want, what I really, really want right about now! Tickets to Wembley Stadium!