Mel B says Spice Girls reunion isn't about money

Mel B says Spice Girls reunion isn't about money

Mel B says Spice Girls reunion isn't about money

Tickets for this new tour will go on sale this Saturday (Nov. 10) online.

The band confirmed earlier this week that they will play six stadium dates across the country in 2019.

"We all really support each other".

"She's fibbing", Mel C clarified.

As previously reported, the Spice Girls will tour will hit Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol and London next June.

"We aren't able to watch the Spice girls on stage, but she will be able to".

They also said they had no plans to perform at Glastonbury festival, but Mel B added that "we should though".

Mel B added: "We got together for the fans".

Speaking about the hard decision to go ahead with the reunion without Victoria, Mel said: 'It is tough because obviously she's a huge part of the band'.

Sitting down on Heart Breakfast radio talk show, on which Emma Bunton is a co-host, the girls had nothing but lovely things to say about their missing bandmate. I knew you were going to bring that up.

"She's joining us at Wembley", chipped in Mel B, apparently in jest.

The Spice Girls commandeered a Girl Power take over live on Heart Breakfast.

"This is not my job, this is my life and my girls".

In a video shared on the band's newly created Twitter account, the four remaining members staged a mock news broadcast to confirm the tour, featuring them starting to sing one of their old songs.

On Radio 2, Horner was teased by her bandmates over her romance with Evans in the late 1990s.

The pair dated in 1999, and when Chris told her today, "I know you inside out", Mel B couldn't resist quipping: "Literally!" I just said it three times OK, listen.

Re-posting a video of the announcement, Geri simply tagged the Spice Girls' official Instagram account - and wrote: "hai-Si-ja-hold tight".

However, she was involved in the group's short-lived reunion in 2007 and appeared with them at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012.

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