The Spice Girls on Monday released details of a 2019 United Kingdom reunion tour which will see them play Wembley Stadium, Britain's biggest venue, but all without Victoria Beckham.
'Then finally six months ago - Mel C wasn't sure, and Mel B and Emma always did all the way through - so I thought I'll go see Mel C for a cup of tea, have one last go, ' said Geri, 'then the match was lit and she took charge, and we were just going to do one show and she said "let's do loads", and she led the charge!' The show's host then tried to jump in with, "Or was a huge part", but Mels C and B quickly corrected him, insisting: "She still is, she still is".
The Spice Girls last reunited in 2012 when they performed on top of glittering taxis for the 2012 Olympics.
"I know they will put on an awesome show and the fantastic fans past and present are going to have a wonderful time!"
It was previously known that Beckham would not be joining her former bandmates for their comeback tour, and she was absent from the clip. "She's got a full-on life with all of her work commitments and her fashion line and her kids, so, she's just kind of not committing just yet", Brown added. But even if she doesn't, it's clear from every statement that The Spice Girls have made thus far that they understand where Beckham is coming from.
At the end of the day, that's what Girl Power is all about.
Over the years there has been a bit of confusion about the chant in the song, with plenty of fans thinking it was "I see ya, hold tight" or "Hi C ya, hold tight", but it turns out we've been wrong all along. It's about empowering each other to make the decisions that benefit not just the group, but the individual.
Say you'll give us what we want?