Excited Spice Girls say reunion tour will feel strange without "Posh"

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Melanie Brown has said she isn't reforming with the Spice Girls because she needs the money and revealed she's doing it because of her love for the band. "I think that's a big part of our ethos". "We are really strong the two of us together, I can talk to her about anything". Geri then teased that there might be more tour dates "if Mel B behaves herself".

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

Following the announcement on Monday, Beckham said she would not be joining her former bandmates, but wished them "love and fun". "We want our fans from back in the day to enjoy it, we want new fans that we get introduced to all the time.it'd be lovely for those people to see us on stage". This is how I feel right now!

"Into my mouth", added Brown. "I thought "I'll give her five minutes".

"She obviously was and still is a huge part of the band", Mel C told bandmate Emma Bunton, who co-presents the station's breakfast show with Jamie Theakston.

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.

As the Spice Girls continue to dominate headlines with news of their reunion tour, it's now emerged that fans have been singing some of their most famous lyrics wrong, for over 20 years. "It's just the four of us who are fully confirmed, but you know, Vic might join us at some point", she told Britain's ITV. "I wouldn't be here without my girls", she said. The UK tour kicks off June 1, 2019.