The Spice Girls Are Born Again

The Spice Girls have finally signed up for a reunion world tour for which they will earn £10million each.

The group are to announce details of their 25-date "farewell" extravaganza at the O2 Dome in Greenwich, south London, next Thursday.

A statement issued from Fuller's 19 Entertainment, said: "No further information can be given at this time but given the bands unique history, you can be sure to expect the unexpected!."

According to the Mirror, the band's Virgin record label is so keen to keep the girls happy that they are hiring five private jets to take each of the singers - and their respective entourages - around the globe.

The reunion tour will need to accommodate the girls entourages which include children, nannies and family members. According to the source: "Geri doesn't want to be apart from daughter Bluebell for the tour - and the only reason Victoria has agreed is so that her sons can see what she used to do. That all needed to be taken into account."

After the London launch, Posh, Geri, Emma, Mel B and Mel C will then travel all over Europe, the Far East, America and the Middle East for the remaining 24 dates through to the end of January.


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