Victoria Beckham has finally ready to make all those 90s music-obsessed fans dreams come true! If a Spice Girls concert tour is what you really, really want, then you are in luck. After congregating at Geri Horner’s North London home to discuss some type of reunion, all five members of the late 90s superstar girl group have decided it’s time to get back together again for a few shows in the UK and the United States.
For months the lone holdout was Beckham – aka Posh Spice – but she finally decided to reunite with the group, so she can do her own thing again and get out of her husband David Beckham’s shadow.
The Spice Girls tour will begin at the end of the summer in England and then eventually migrate to the states.
Their sources say that each of the Beckham’s does their own thing, but Victoria is bored living life on the sidelines. She is ready to “individualize herself” by rejoining her girls, and the money is a bonus. Each woman will earn a different amount, with Beckham being able to demand more than the others.
“They are worth more as a group than they are individually, so this is a great venture for all of them,” says an insider.
As of right now, there is no plan to record a new album or have a Vegas residency. Instead, they will hit as many cities as they can and sing their classic hits like Wannabe, Spice Up Your Life, Say You’ll Be There, and 2 Become 1.
The band’s former manager, Simon Fuller (who created American Idol), will manage the group once again during the tour. Not because he needs the money, but because he enjoys the girls and the group.
While the plan is still in the early stages, everyone is fully committed to a successful tour filled with a plethora of merchandising opportunities.
Horner, aka Ginger Spice, admitted that she had made peace with the fact that the reunion wasn’t going to happen. She said she had gotten to the point where she had to let the idea go and decided to get into television.
She is currently appearing on the newest BBC talent show, All Together Now, but come later this year, she and Beckham, plus Mel B., Mel C., and Emma Bunton will come back together to be the Spice Girls once again.
The 45-year-old Horner also said that when they all got together for their meeting, it was nice to reflect on the past, but they also looked at the new generation and thought that it was important to keep them in mind.
All five of the women had not been in one room together since the 2012 London Olympics, and they took the opportunity to reminisce about old times and talk about their families and kids.
Mel C said that they all realized that there is another generation who enjoys their music, and they wanted to take the opportunity to empower girls.
With so many negative things going on in the world, they wanted to give people something to enjoy and have fun.
Victoria Beckham has yet to comment on why she was initially not on board with the reunion and the rumors surrounding her change of heart.