Spice Girls to announce reunion for United Kingdom tour without Victoria Beckham

The Spice Girls Are Reuniting

The Spice Girls Are Reuniting

Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol and London are the six cities that will host the comeback tour.

It was also revealed on Monday that singer Jess Glynne will be opening for the band.

The Spice Girls have announced their first tour in more than a decade.

The press release said Victoria, who runs a multi-million pound fashion label, would not join the girls on tour due to "business commitments".

The clip saw the quartet squabble over Horner's decision not to wear a "black tuxedo" for the announcement, Bunton ponders if she's now too old for bunches and Mel B urging them to calm down before the dates for the shows flashed up on screen. "It's just the four of us". I hope so. I think it would be a shame if she didn't.

Beckham, who now runs a successful eponymous fashion empire, told the US TODAYshow previous year that she still gets on great with the girls, even as she has decided not to take the stage again.

Asked what Victoria made of the costume, Mel B said she thought she would find it amusing.

Asked if they are heading back on tour, she said: "Yeah we are".

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The girl group are set to tour stadiums around the United Kingdom next summer - but as a four piece.

"It's so exciting!" Bunton said on a United Kingdom radio show, before refusing to divulge any other details. The group announced plans for their latest reunion back in February, saying: "The time now feels right to explore some incredible new opportunities together".

Rumours circulated about what they might do, with a tour and new material being just some of the suggestions.

Geri previously left the band in 1998 in order to pursue a solo career before returning for the reunion tour.

The band was a 1990s phenomenon with hits including Wannabe and Viva Forever.

Echoing that sentiment, Mel B stated: "I've said it sooo many times I'm beside myself it's actually happening yipppeeee".

Asked if they'll go outside of the United Kingdom, she said: "We are".

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