Spice Girls in London Olympics Comeback
One of the most popular and influential music bands of the 1990s are reuniting. The all girl group, The Spice Girls are getting back toegther this summer for the first time since 2008. They will play at the Olympic Closing Ceremony in London.
Joining the Spice Girls during the Closing Ceremony are George Michael, The Who, and Jessie J, who will each perform.
The Spice Girls, which consist of Ginger Spice, Baby Spice, Sporty Spice, Scary Spice, and Posh Spice, have talked about getting back together for over two years.
They believe that this summer with the London Olympics Games is the perfect time for them to reunite.
“We are very excited about the Olympics,” member Victoria Beckham said in a radio interview.
“Victoria really wants this to happen and it’s a big commitment. With David being able to look after the kids now, Victoria realised it’s a now-or-never situation,” a source told the Sunday Mirror
“She wants them to see her perform at the Olympics and the boys have been going crazy for the Spice Girls at Beckingham Palace since they’ve been home.”
“Victoria showed the boys the Spice Girls movie, Cruz has been dancing his socks off to the old tracks and they’re all super-excited about the prospect of Mum being on stage.
“She’s working her butt off to get all the girls to agree. Geri and Emma are fine and all for it. Melanie C is extremely busy with Superstar and Mel B isn’t sure she can get home to the UK to be there at all. It’s a tricky one – but everyone is trying to make it happen.”
In June, the Spice Girls reunited for the first time since 2008 for the launch of their musical, “Viva Forever.”