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Spice Girls Confirms Way Without Victoria Beckham


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Spice Girls announced her return to the tour and in June starts a tour of Britain without Victoria Beckham.

Melanie Schizolm, Emma Banton, Jerry Horno and Melanie Brown have released a social media video recording that has confirmed their return to the world of singing.

The band appeared 23 years ago and recorded world-famous songs. Jerry Horner left the band in 1998 and the other girls worked together until they succeeded in 2000.

The tour begins in Manchester on June 1 and holds concerts in Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh and Bristol to conclude a tour at the Wembley Stadium in London.

Victoria Beckham, who honors her fashion designer company in millions of pounds – "does not take part in a band tour due to work commitments," the statement said.

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"An important part of my life"

"My participation in Spice Girls is an important part of my life and I wish the kids a lot of love and joy from their tour," Beckham said in his statement. "I know they will do great performances that all fans will listen to."

Mellie B announced a world tour on Sunday and added that she still hopes to share Victoria Beckham at these concerts.

"Four of us have confirmed our participation on the tour and Victoria can attend later," she said. "It would be regrettable not to participate."

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"Love-hate relationship"

Last week, Mill was wearing a Victoria Beckham mask and carrying a banner with the inscription "I'm not going to take part in the tour," accompanied by a boyfriend who wore a mask for David Beckham and was marked "Please, please, take a tour of Spice Girls."

He asked Beckham's reaction, and Mell said, "I thought it would be funny, but at the same time I confirmed that there was a relationship of love and hatred with Victoria."

"I am very excited, we celebrate the mutual strength of the girls' union with our fans and we all welcome," Giray said after announcing the date of the tour.

Five members of the team published a vision of work on future projects in February.

It was the last concert in which the whole team appeared at the opening of the London Olympics in 2012.

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