The Spice Girls Are Back

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The Spice Girls rocked the stage with a comeback in Dublin.

“We welcome all ages, all races, all gender identities, all countries of origin, all sexual orientations, all religions and beliefs, all abilities.”

This inclusive and diehard diversity proclamation is what the Spice Girls opened with on their European reunion tour. The four Spice Girls—more like Spice Women, took the stage at Dublin’s Croke Park Stadium to entertain the screaming and nearly crazed 71,000 fans last Friday night.

 

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Dublin, thank you SO much for a brilliant first night on the #SpiceWorld2019 tour ✌️🌍 📷 @timmsy

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Geri Halliwell Horner “Ginger Spice”, Melanie Brown “Scary Spice”, Melanie Chisholm “Sporty Spice”, and Emma Bunton “Baby Spice” have not had a reunion since 2007. The only Spice Girl missing from the spicy reunion was “Posh Spice” Victoria Beckham. During the concert, the ladies did not forget about the missing Spice Girl. In their famous song “Wannabe”, Halliwell Hornell replaced Beckham’s verse “Easy V don’t come for free” with her instead saying “Where is she”?

Since their 2000 breakup, the Spice Girls have not released any new music so the tour will consist only of their catchy throwbacks. The tour will be showcased throughout the UK and Ireland and ending with three concerts in Wembley Stadium.