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Topic - Emma Bunton
The Spice Girls gave fans what they want — what they really, really want — Tuesday, reuniting onstage to announce the details of a musical based on their songs.
The Spice Girls gave fans what they want _ what they really, really want _ Tuesday, reuniting onstage to announce the details of a musical based on their songs.
Spice Girls fanatics the world over are chomping at the bit with the recent news of their 11-date reunion tour, set to kick off in December. It marks the full quintet's first performance together since Geri Halliwell, or Ginger Spice, left in 1998. If these women are serious about the Girl Power message they coined, perhaps they'll empower one another by sharing some lessons each has learned during the hiatus.