Spice Girls come back and remember all their memories – even very unpleasant!
On Wednesday, a group that recently announced that it will launch a stadium tour in 2019 will stop the Heart FM breakfast show in London, which will be led by Emma Bunton (aka Baby Spice) together with Jamie Theakston.
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During the visit, the girls were asked to play in the game to determine how well they know each other. And immediately from the stick Mel B (aka Scary Spice) was reminded of the extremely unsuccessful incident that Baby Spice saw in her mouth.
Emma, 42, was nervously surprised because she gave a cringe-worthy explanation for the bad expression.
"We were in America, we wanted to leave some drinks and we were home in the car, and I felt very sick because I wanted to eat something weird and he had some drinks," she admitted.
"I was sick from the window, but it blew …" Emma continued before Mel B 43, finally remembered and interjected with: "Yes, I remember that it blew in my mouth!"
As the girls remembered and laughed together, Emma jokingly claimed that Mel B often had a conversation with a terrible experience.
"Well, because she was still talking! If she had kept him in the mouth for five minutes, it might not blow," she said.
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After several months of rumors and speculation, the 90's Brit Pop legends announced last week that a stadium tour would begin in 2019.
The six-day trip, which is currently only for the United Kingdom, will be the first time the band reunited on stage because of their excellent performance during the London Olympic Games in 2012.
However, the world's famous quintet will be four this time. Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice) can not participate in other business obligations, including her fashion line.
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"Being Spice Girls was a very important part of my life, and I want my love and fun so much as they go back to travel," the 44-year-old tycoon said in a statement. "I know that they will make an amazing show and fantastic fans who will be a wonderful time in the past and present!"
The big news last week appeared as a complicated video that was shared with Spice girls tweet accountin which women took over global television.
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Geri Halliwell Horner (aka Ginger Spice), who split up perfectly from Spice Girls in 1998, also expressed his joy.
"I'm so excited, together we celebrate the power of girls with our fans and the next generation, and everyone is welcome," he said in a statement. "Keep it tight, it will be fun."