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Spice Girls reveal we've been singing this iconic lyric wrong

07 November 2018

The trio appeared in jovial spirits as they left their hotel together ahead of their jaunt on BBC Radio 2 in their signature looks. They're even colour co-ordinated for the occasion, all wearing white ensembles to show off their holiday tans. Tickets for this new tour will go on sale this Saturday (Nov. 10) online.

"We should though", chipped in a mischievous Mel B.

Sadly, fifth bandmate and Posh Spice Victoria has revealed she won't be joining the women this time around, despite showing her support for her former bandmates.

'I won't be joining my girls on stage again but being in the Spice Girls was a hugely important part of my life and I wish them so much love and fun as they go back on tour next year, ' she added.

On Monday it was announced that the band is hitting the road for a nation-wide tour in 2019.

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Sources tell us the 4 out of 5 Spice Girls who are hitting the road next summer across the pond are set to be making almost $550k a head for each of their 6 shows in Britain - totaling about $3.2 million each. But no, we've been wrong all these years!

"It was girl power, and it was these five ordinary girls who did so well and got out".

The tour will see the chart-topping Wannabe singers reunite for the first time since closing out the London 2012 Olympics in show-stopping style.

"So it's really exciting, and then we just all did our little group thing together - when we're together, we don't like anybody else around us".

The popstar send fans into a frenzy on Monday after she tweeted 'Hai Si Ja hold tight!' - a lyric from their 1997 smash-hit, Spice Up Your Life.

Spice Girls reveal we've been singing this iconic lyric wrong