Excited Spice Girls say reunion tour will feel odd without "Posh"

Spice Girls split in 2000 and last reunited at the 2012 London Olympics

Spice Girls split in 2000 and last reunited at the 2012 London Olympics

Melanie Brown has said she isn't reforming with the Spice Girls because she needs the money and revealed she's doing it because of her love for the band.

When the show's host jumped in, saying, "Or was a huge part", both Mel C and Mel B corrected him, noting, "She still is, she still is". I don't think I'm allowed to say that.

The next 30 minutes is packed with nostalgia, exclusive insights on what brought the band back together after a decade apart, rumours they are to headline Glastonbury... and which of the girls once threw up in Emma's mouth. "We've got some really interesting creative ideas, but we've want our fans from back in the day to come and enjoy". This is how I feel right now!

"Because she was still talking", joked Bunton.

British pop band the Spice Girls joked on Wednesday about their plans for a new album after announcing they would reunite for a United Kingdom tour next year but said it would feel odd performing without "Posh Spice" Victoria Beckham.

During a Heart Breakfast radio talk show appearance on Wednesday, the Spice Girls said that touring without Posh was going to be "tough." . "It's just the four of us who are fully confirmed, but you know, Vic might join us at some point", she told Britain's ITV.

The singer, who went through a messy split from Stephen Belafonte this year, later added, "I actually don't need the money, I'm actually quite rich".

Geri Halliwell, aka: Ginger Spice, dropped a massive truth bomb on fans this week after the pop band announced they were going to be reuniting for a mini-tour next summer. I just said it three times OK, listen.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Saturday.

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