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June 27, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Putting their differences aside, the Spice Girls are reuniting in putting together a show to give their fans what they want in London this December.

Victoria Posh Spice Beckham, who attended a media launch alongside Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, Melanie Chisholm and Melanie Brown - also known as Baby, Ginger, Sporty and Scary Spice said they are going to be introducing a whole new generation to Girl Power of Viva Forever show.

News.com.au reports producers’ stress the stage show will depict real-life resonances for the 1990s Girl Power group in its tale of female empowerment and friendship tested by fame.

The Spice Girls show tells the story of four friends whose bond becomes strained when their band enters a TV talent show.

The band's outsized personalities and Halliwell's Union Jack dress made the Spice Girls icons of 1990s Cool Britannia, and they sold 75 million records around the world.

The Spice Girls effectively split a decade ago.

The five members have not appeared together since a 2007-2008 reunion tour.

Viva Forever begins previews November 27 and opens December 11 at London's Piccadilly Theatre.

By FijiLive

Kapoor & Sons


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