Spice Girls Fans Are Excited – The Group Reunites For A Re-Release Of ‘Spice 25’ Album
Spice Girls fans are in awe following the latest news. Check out the latest reports that have people cheering for these ladies!
The group members of the iconic girl group – Ginger (Geri Halliwell), Posh (Victoria Beckham), Scary (Mel B), Sporty (Melanie C), and Baby (Emma Bunton) – reunited to announce a special 25th-anniversary rerelease of Spice.
The expanded two-CD issue called Spice 24 celebrates the quarter-century release of Spice Girl’s debut studio album.
This enticed fans on Nov. 4, 1996.
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The amazing album features all the songs from the original LP, bonus tracks, B-sides, and previously unreleased archive recordings.
All I ever wanted was to be accepted and to make everyone around me — gay, straight, brown, Black, shy, or loud like me — to feel they can celebrate who they are and to be free to be themselves,’ stated Mel B.
She continued and said: ‘All I hope, 25 years on, is that message has been heard loud and clear. It’s true that in the end love IS all you need, so I thank everyone who has ever bought a Spice Girls record or stood in the rain to greet us or got dressed up in pink, in a tracksuit, a ginger wig, a leopard-print catsuit, or put on Vic’s iconic pout!’
Someone said: ‘I have played “say you’ll be there” over 20 timed today back to back. Just to watch Mel B dance! Great Rhythm girl!’ and another IG follower posted this: ‘I’have heard SG from the beginning of the band! ❤️ I started to study English to know what were the meanings of your lyrics 🎵 back then we didn’t access on Google 🤣 today I’m 32y old and I still love you like before 😘’
One other fan said: ‘I’m 32 grew up with the Spice Girls always wanted to go to a concert never made it. But I’m still listening to music currently trying to get the movie again and I have so many awesome platform shoes💜🦋♌💜 they definitely had a huge role in that women can do anything GIRL POWER AND PEACE ☮️✌️’
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