Spice Girls to reunite for tour, but without Victoria Beckham

Spice Girls

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The Spice Girls are reportedly set to reveal they are reuniting for a United Kingdom stadium tour in 2019 - but without Victoria Beckham.

The newspaper says the group will appear on ITV's The Jonathan Ross Show next Saturday night in their first television interview following the thrilling news.

Victoria Beckham has reunited with Mel C amid reports she has snubbed the heavily rumoured Spice Girls reunion.

The reason being she's "determined to focus on her financially failing fashion business".

The Spice Girls previously lined-up as a four-piece group in the aftermath of Geri's decision to leave the band in 1998.

According to The Sun, the Spice Girls - without Victoria Beckham - have recorded a special video message that will announce a tour across the United Kingdom in 2019.

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Spice Girl's last album, Forever, came out in the year 2000 and is best known for hits including Wannabe, 2 Become 1 and Spice up Your Life.

The Spice Girls haven't performed together since the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.

The insider said: "After much to'ing and fro'ing, a deal has been signed, and an official announcement will be made soon".

Get ready to slam it to the left, shake it to the right, and get all the chicas to the front - because girl power is back, baby.

While a reason hasn't be given, Fuller revealed two years ago that Victoria Beckham "always felt uncomfortable" being in the Spice Girls.

Though instead it looks as if the Spice Girls will in fact be going on a reunion tour for 2019. "Even in the Spice Girls - it was great fun, she was in the world's biggest group for two or three years - but she didn't feel comfortable".

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