The Spice Girls only reunited in 2019 for a sold-out 13-date tour across the UK. The legendary pop group – made up of Mel B, Emma Bunton, Mel C and Geri Horner (Née Halliwell) – delighted fans as they reunited for the first time in years. Although they missed Victoria Beckham, things were looking up before Covid hit. A new report says the band’s plans to pursue their reunion have now been scrapped.
An insider revealed: “It was going great – but Covid killed the momentum. Now it’s done again. There is nothing on the agenda and they are concentrating on their own business. (via the sun)
Geri and Mel B were reportedly the ‘driving force’ of the band’s massive 2019 reunion tour, which culminated in sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium. Additionally, following their concerts, the girl gang was set to voice superhero characters in an animated film, which would “rekindle the Girl Power movement.”
Unfortunately, the report claims that this film has also been cancelled, along with all “upcoming tour plans”.
The insider went on to add that Covid was the sole reason for the Spice Girls’ second (or was it third?) split. They said, “The girls loved being back on stage and it reinvigorated their love for the stage. But a few years of confinement and everyone’s back turned the group around in favor of other projects.
They added that the group was looking to work on solo projects in the meantime.
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The girl group performed to over 700,000 fans for 13 days, selling out on every tour date. They also reportedly earned over £80m from ticket sales.
The cancellation follows Mel C’s announcement that the band “passionately” wanted to all get back on stage.
Last year, she said OK! Magazine that the band “constantly talked about” singing together again. She said, “Well, I tell you something, there will be if I have anything to do with it. We talk about it constantly. The girls had meetings and it’s something we all want to do with a passion. She added: ‘We’re working through the ins and outs of Covid to try to make it happen.
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