Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Spice Girls tease more tour dates in first interviews since reuniting

Spice Girls tease more tour dates in first interviews since reuniting

Asked by Jamie Theakston on Heart "Which Spice Girl needs the money the most?", Brown replied: "Me, because I'm divorced".

The Spice Girls will be getting P-A-I-D for their brief United Kingdom tour - more than $3 million each - and they can roll in even more dough if they kill it in ticket sales.

The Spice Girls - minus Victoria Beckham - announced the initial six United Kingdom stadium dates on Monday.

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The jokes came when Chris asked who would be driving the Spice bus as the girls tour the United Kingdom in 2019 and everyone insisted it would not be Geri.

The group got back together for a tour in 2007-2008 and also performed at the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.

"We should though", chipped in a mischievous Mel B.

When the girls appeared on Evans' show earlier Wednesday, Mel B denied that the group's Wembley Stadium gig would be their last show.

She continued: "You know what I love about her?"

One of the most successful acts of the 1990s, the Spice Girls broke records with a string of number one hits including Wannabe, Say You'll Be There, Who Do You Think You Are and Spice Up Your Life.

The women said the plan for the reunion tour is just six dates for now, but added they're going to "take things slowly, see if Mel B behaves herself" and go from there. I just said it three times OK, listen.

The singer, who went through a messy split from Stephen Belafonte this year, later added, "I actually don't need the money, I'm actually quite rich".

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

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