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The Spice Girls reunion tour is finally happening but without Posh

The Spice Girls reunion tour is finally happening but without Posh

The 30-year-old posted a throwback picture of her sitting in her room with a bunch of Spice Girls pictures hanging on her wall.

The reunited Spice Girls have hinted that more dates will be added to the six United Kingdom dates they announced this week.

Speaking about Adele's reaction to the tour, Spice Girl Emma Bunton revealed that she once met Adele.

Although Victoria Beckham won't be joining the band on tour, Mel hinted she could still make it down to a show - and the fashion designer has already offered her friends some kind words.

Victoria Beckham will appear with the Spice Girls when they play Wembley next year. claims bandmate Mel B.

Speaking about the hard decision to go ahead with the reunion without Victoria, Mel said: 'It is tough because obviously she's a huge part of the band'.

The "Spice Up Your Life" hitmakers confirmed four of the group - Emma Bunton, Geri Horner, Mel C and Mel B - will be reuniting for six concerts in the United Kingdom next summer.

The girls added that not taking part puts Posh in a very unique position: "She is very excited for us, and it's going to be odd".

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Chris mentioned Heart on a number of occasions saying Emma was presenting her own breakfast show and that we are all one in radio.

But Mel B, in typically cheeky form interjected: "She is joining us at Wembley on June 14th".

Emma said: "There's no plans for Glastonbury but we should though".

Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "Today marks a special day for the girls as they announce the first tour dates since we performed together in 2012! And I was like, 'I LOVE YOU TOO'".

Geri Horner suggested there might be more dates "if Mel B behaves herself".

Tickets for this new tour will go on sale this Saturday (Nov. 10) online.

The performers are excited to be back together on stage and "to spice things up all over again", said Bunton.