Publicado: Mar, Noviembre 06, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Spice Girls to reunite for tour, but without Victoria Beckham

Spice Girls to reunite for tour, but without Victoria Beckham

The four remaining members made the announcement in typical tongue-in-cheek Spice Girls style.

Popular English pop girl group Spice Girls are set to announce their 2019 reunion tour but this time, they will be missing a member.

ET previously reported that the hit girl group was set to reunite for an eight-show stadium tour in the United Kingdom next year.

Fashion icon Victoria has decided not to join the tour, but has wished her former bandmates "so much love and fun".

Melanie "Scary Spice" Brown, Melanie "Sporty Spice" Chisholm, Emma "Baby Spice" Bunton, and Geri "Ginger Spice" Horner (nee Halliwell) announced their long-awaited tour with a tongue-in-cheek video via their official Twitter page yesterday.

Spice Girls previously reunited in 2012 to perform at the closing ceremony of the London Summer Olympics.

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They will kick off their tour in Manchester on June 1 and will close at their tour in London at the end of June. "There is a reunion tour happening, now it's going to be - I'm not supposed to say when - but it is happening", she said on the United Kingdom show Loose Women.

Mel B hinted at the tour minus Beckham last week on Halloween when she went dressed as her with the placard 'No I am not going on tour'. "I hope Victoria will join us at some point", Mel B said in a TV interview today.

She said: "I wasn't in a very good space with my marriage and I didn't feel I could go on any more, living in this fake world with my marriage, so I said I can't go on. I'm now properly screaming it from every rooftop - me and my girls will see you all on stage!"

But Australian fans of the iconic 1990s girl-group were left outraged that the country will again miss out on the action.

They have won a host of awards including a BRIT Award for outstanding contribution to British music.

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