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Spice Girls - SpiceWorld 2019 Tour Thread

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by JMRGBY, May 1, 2019.

  1. They probably will if the sound is bad. To be fair the show is better than what Whit, Brit and Madonna did over there.
     
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  2. Emma clocking me when I shouted "IT'S THE FUCKING SPICE GIRLS!"

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  3. Mel pissing herself laughing at Emma getting the words wrong in 'Do It' -

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  4. No doubt about to tell you off for swearing! Hehe.
     
  5. I can’t tell you how much I would pay if Adele joined the spice girls for a tour...
     
  6. I'm still processing last night. I am in awe of those girls.

    I took my mum for the final night and we both sobbed during "Mama". It was a moment I'll never forget.

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  7. Last night was just magical. There are no words to truly say how incredible it was and to experience. Seeing the four women who you grow up admiring, alongside 80,000 people singing along to every word (even Love Thing and Do It) is just exceptional and a credit to the power of Spice.

    Managed to get myself a good position by the side of the catwalk (having seen the show from the Circle the previous two times, I wanted to get onto the other side for Too Much and by the time I arrived the middle part of the catwalk was building up already). As a band they were just flawless yet again, and have shown themselves to be (if we didn't already know this) to be legends. Legends in the field of music and pop. Mel B, yet again, just dominant the stage and is born to perform. She was captivating. You could truly see that Emma was having the time of her life too, living for every moment and living her best life. The world is a better place knowing that Baby Spice is very much still a thing.

    Seeing Emma pop out at the beginning of Holler and clocking eyes with me as she waits for the life to rise was incredible and I was, just like I was when I was 6, in awe of how gorgeous she was.



    I sobbed next to my mum throughout the entire of "Mama". There was a moment where I had my arms around my mum, seeing such an important band in my childhood, and I just lost it. The Spice Girls were a movement. A movement of acceptance. A movement of individuality. I grew up with such love and joy whenever I saw or heard them, confidently dancing on my staircase pretending I was in Wannabe, or being the only boy on the playground who had a Baby Spice doll.



    The Spice Girls are so much more than a band and I'm so thankful for these last three weeks and being able to lose myself in Spice World once again, and still feel the same joy and admiration I felt all those years ago. I've danced in the rain to "Love Thing" with my bestie in Manchester, did the full routine of "Stop" with a friend who I have known since I was two in Coventry, and held my mum and cried during "Mama" at Wembley.

    The Spice Girls, thank you. The world needs you and we need you.

    Long may they reign!
     
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  8. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    I'm usually not a fan of people suggesting pop stars should join other established acts on tour, but I'd love to see them performing together. You just know she'd get exactly what it was all about.

    We need another Audience with the Spice Girls too.
     
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  9. I went to the first Wembley show - first time seeing the girls - and it honestly was not only one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen but one of the best nights of my life. Talk about exceeding expectations.

    The whole thing was phenomenal - energy, clothes, setlist, crowd. Also, like someone mentioned, it was amazing walking around London these past days and seeing so many people wearing their Spice shirts on the streets. Magical.
     
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  10. I don't even remember taking this photo. What a 3 days.

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    Hopefully they might do a Christmas in Spiceworld concert or something to tide us over?
     
  11. I'm with all of you on how amazing the ladies and the tour has been..... I do wonder though what is next (outside of more dates)....

    I mean they can't tour the same show forever so should they dare to record new material and then do it all again like Steps did after a couple of years?

    Their phenomena is an interesting one as they exploded onto the scene and were so successful yet they don't have a huge catalogue as a group to fall back on and mix things up?

    I'm genuinely curious to see what, if anything comes next for the ladies......

    And if this was a swansong then what a way to close the book!
     
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  12. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    I'd love if they mixed things up a bit for the Aussie tour and added/swapped around some songs and outfits, and then came back to the UK and performed this new version of the show.
     
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  13. Geri apologising last night was a real moment, and one that none of the other 3 were expecting.

    I wasn't bothered that Victoria didn't show up but I think it would have been nice for her to be in the "Girl Power" video interlude.
     
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  14. I love the new lineup. x
     
  15. I might have dreamt it but I’m sure Geri apologised to all of them in an interview during the last reunion?
     
  16. So many amazing images to cherish have come out of this tour.

     
  17. Maybe, but I don't think they were expecting it last night.
     
  18. Probably. Just not sure why it’s literally the hot take in all the news reports today when she’s been apologising for years.
     
  19. I think the bigger takeaway is that the Spice Girls are still massive enough that it's in so many news reports. How many bands in general can say that?
     
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