Victoria says she 'wasn't asked' to rejoin Spice Girls

Lula Sharp
November 10, 2018

A screengrab shows members of the Spice Girls during an interview for Heart Radio.

Were you aware of this fact? She was busy with her fashion career and she's moved on.

Emma, Mel C, Mel B, and Gerri have joined forced again to bring a bit of 90s spice back into the United Kingdom (and hopefully Ireland, please) sometime next year.

Last night marked the gals' first interview as a new foursome.

It turns out that not only is Emma Stone a major Spice Girls fan, she actually changed her name from Emily Stone to Emma, in part, because of her love of Emma "Baby Spice" Bunton.

During her visit to The Tonight Show, Emma opened up about her admiration for all things Spice Girls, the popular British singing group, when she was younger. But she did raise the valid point that she was never really asked [to go on tour].

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Emma added: "We realised that a while back that she didn't enjoy that so much".

Could've just made sure though, you know.

The Spice Girls will be performing without Victoria Beckham, who has launched a successful career as a fashion designer. We care about each other, we support each other and we support her. The philosophy of us is that we're a band, on and off stage and we really do care for each other, we support one another and support her, she's been a huge part of our lives and we truly care about her, so it's all good'.

That being said, Emma explained that 'She just didn't want to do it.

The group got back together for a tour in 2007-2008 and also performed at the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012.

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