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The british singer Jess Glynne will accompany the four original members The british band Spice Girls announced today that they will meet again next summer to

The Spice Girls announce a tour of six concerts in the summer of 2019 without Victoria Beckham

The british singer Jess Glynne will accompany the four original members The british band Spice Girls announced today that they will meet again next summer to

The Spice Girls announce a tour of six concerts in the summer of 2019 without Victoria Beckham

The british singer Jess Glynne will accompany the four original members

The british band Spice Girls announced today that they will meet again next summer to offer its first tour in a decade, in which will not participate in the excomponente of the group Victoria Beckham.

Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton revealed the details of their meeting via a video on Twitter in which the four appear characterized as presenting television news.

The next Saturday will be on sale the tickets for the six concerts announced in the United Kingdom, all of them next June, in which the british singer Jess Glynne will accompany the four original members of the Spice Girls on the stage.

According to he has revealed to the Guardian newspaper, Brown appeared in recent days at a Halloween party dressed up as Victoria Beckham, holding a sign that read: "No, I'm not going to go out on tour".

Her boyfriend, Gary Madatyan, disguised David Beckham, husband of the designer, with another sign that read: "please, please, please, please, do it for the fans of the Spice Girls".

The group has confirmed dates for act in Manchester (June 1), Coventry (June 3), Sunderland (6 June), Edinburgh (8 June), Bristol (10th June) and London (June 15).

The band, who rose to fame in 1996 with the simple Wannabe, broke up permanently in 2000, after two years performing as a quartet, after the departure of Horner.

The five came back together for a tour in 2007 and they acted again together in the closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games in 2012.

His debut album Spice (1996), was the fastest-conquered the sales charts since The Beatles, and started a path of success that has led them to sell over 85 million records around the world.

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Publish Date : 11 Kasım 2018 Pazar 08:01

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