The Spice Girls, Minus Victoria, Announce 2019 Tour: See The Dates!

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Posting a professional picture of the four of them on Instagram shortly after the tour was announced, Victoria wrote: "Today marks a special day for the girls as they announce the first tour dates since we performed together in 2012!"

As the Spice Girls continue to dominate headlines with news of their reunion tour, it's now emerged that fans have been singing some of their most famous lyrics wrong, for over 20 years.

Brown (Mel B), Melanie Chisholm (Mel C), Geri Horner and Emma Bunton will perform a six-date, United Kingdom stadium tour next year - without Victoria Beckham.

As pop culture fans begin planning which concert they'll be attending, Geri casually dropped a huge bombshell about a classic song.

"They're coming to see me very soon actually", Bunton told Evans.

Geri Horner suggested there might be more dates "if Mel B behaves herself". She even threw in a #friendshipneverends for good measure. "Nothing has changed, I've always been Granny Spice with biscuits in my handbags", she said.

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The first Q: Which Spice Girl was once sick in Mel B's mouth? So far only United Kingdom dates have been unveiled but hopefully if ticket sales for this leg are strong and global fans keep make their voices be heard loudly on social media, The Spice Girls will announce outside-UK dates in the near future too.

Evans replied: "It's never awkward ..."

Yesterday, Mel C, Mel B, Emma and Geri appeared in a minute-long clip to announce that tickets were going on sale from Saturday at 10.30am. "I wouldn't be here without my girls", she said.

In a previous episode of carpool karaoke, the All I Ask singer told host James Cordon about the heartbreak she experienced when Geri Horner, also known as Ginger Spice, left the group in 1998, ET reports.

"This is not my job, this is my life and my girls".