Spice Girls End Their Reunion Tour With A Blast



Legendary Spice Girls have just round up their reunion tour with three spectacular concerts at Wembley Stadium, having visited thirteen venues with more than 700,000 people in total. This is what a true reunion tour should be like!

While the girls had absolute fun on stage, there was a bit of drama and emotions went overboard as Geri Horner a.k.a Ginger Spice apologized in front of a 70,000-people crowd at the Wembley Stadium. On the final night of the reunion Geri Horner admitted she was sorry she left the group. Back then she was just a brat and eventually regretted her decision greatly. Now she’s beyond happy to be with the girls on stage again.

Apart from the dramatic confession, Spice Girls created the sweetest moment ever by bringing their children and mothers on stage. Geri was joking that they had not one, not two, but three generations of Spice Girls on stage that night.

The last concert was also visited by Adele, who turned out to be the biggest Spice Girls’ fan in the world (according to her). Last time she saw the girls perform at Wembley was 21 years ago. Back then she was only 10 years old and had no idea what future had in store for her, but it were the Spice Girls who inspired her to be fearless and do what she really wanted in life.

On her Instagram Adele made a heartfelt post about Spice Girls, calling them legends and admitting she got tipsy with the girls and they had amazing fun together. This sweet friendship definitely goes both ways as during the concert Spice Girls performed and impromptu version of Someone Like You sung by Adele. The band then revealed that Adele was present in the crowd along thousands of other fans.

After the last concert of the tour was over, Geri Horner made a teary-eyed post on Instagram thanking her beloved girls, staff that made this all happen, and thousands upon thousands of people that came to support them. Despite all the joy, the fans never got to see one more Spice Girl – Posh Spice. Right before the beginning of their tour in Dublin, Victoria Beckham made a supportive post, wishing Spice Girls good luck with the upcoming tour.

Melanie Brown a.k.a. Mel Be admitted she was disappointed Victoria Beckham didn’t come to support them at least as a crowd member. As Victoria Beckham explained to The Guardian in January, she wanted to focus on her fashion line as it was both her passion and a full-time job. Still, she would miss being with Spice Girls on stage because a part of her will always remain Posh Spice.

For all those who somehow missed the reunion tour or want to spice up your lives even more – Spice Girls will be coming back with their reunion tour program, but this time to Australia.