The Spice Girls sent fans into meltdown after finally confirming their reunion after years of teasing.
Right on cue, tickets to their UK tour sold out instantly, with fans desperate to see the Wannabe singers back on stage.
Well, most of the singers – after it was revealed Victoria Beckham would not be joining Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner at the gigs.
And Baby Spice had one name in mind for replacing Posh for the tour.
During an appearance on the Heart Breakfast Show, Jamie Theakston asked his co-host, and Scary Spice, who they would love to get on stage with them instead.
Thats really rude, shes not replaceable, Mel vowed.
While Emma joked: You cant do that…but Katy Perry…
Im joking. Its a joke.
As soon as the Firework singers name was mentioned, Mel was straight on board.
But that would be good actually, just for one song, the Americas Got Talent host replied.
We would be SO down for this.
Over to you, Katy…
The Spice Girls will be kicking off their UK tour next summer, and weve already started practising our dance moves.
But the four piece revealed there is going to be one thing thats a little different to their vibe – theyre no longer all about Girl Power.
Instead, the Stop singers are more into People Power these days.
In a chat with The Sun, Emma explained: Its people power. Were about equality and bringing everyone together.
If we use the word feminism, OK, look it up in the dictionary and it means the equalisation between women and men. Its everybody, Geri, aka Ginger Spice added. So we want to move that conversation on, move it forward.
The last year was very dark, the whole #MeToo thing, but it had to happen.
Honesty is paramount to healing but then we move into the light. The Spice World philosophy is lets get into the solution now. Lets be positive. Weve got each other, we care about you.
Well see how People Power plays out next year…
Tune in to Heart Breakfast with Jamie and Emma, weekdays from 6am – 9am.
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