If you thought you were confused about the fact that they would not all be present for the reunion, wait until you see the Spice Girls girls feel about Posh bypassing the tour. Four of the five members of the group of girls sat down with it Heart Breakfast radio show on Wednesday 7 November and revealed how they really feel about Miss Victoria's "Posh Spice" Beckham.
"Ginger Spice" Horner (née Halliwell), Emma "Baby Spice" Bunton and Melanie "Scary Spice" Brown and Melanie "Spy Spice" Chisholm could not better understand Beckham's decision to skip the tour love and support even in her absence. "Yes, I think it is difficult," Chisolm acknowledged, "because of course, it's a huge piece of the band." Then, the host of the show attempted to enter "Or it was a huge place, "but Mels C and B corrected it quickly, insisting:" It's still, it's still. "
The four women are currently making media tours after an exciting announcement from their camp: they literally bring the band back. Girls Spice Girls will reunite for a summer tour in the summer of 2019 that consists of six appearances across the UK, completing it at Wembley Stadium in London. That's the good news. The less good news – why can it be bad when there is a Spice Girls reunion at the table? – is that Posh Spice will not join them. Fashion says they are "business commitments" that keep the designer from the tour, but apparently not even the members of the bands have the full scoop.
During a show on the British show Loose women, Brown said in the table, "I do not know why he said no, he has a life full of, [so] she has not yet committed, but … "And then X Factor the judge went up, suggesting that Beckham still had a chance to take part in the tour later. But even if he does not, it is clear from every statement that Spice Girls have done so far that they understand where Beckham comes from. During the Heart Breakfast radio show, Chisolm also recognized that over the years she had felt her own reluctance to reunite with the group. Shared:
"There have been times, as I said earlier, I was not sure and we supported each other and the decisions we make, we really support it and really support us, and I think this is a big part of our ethics."
At the end of the day, this is Girl Power. It is the support between them – not only when it's easy, but when it's difficult. It is about empowering the other to make decisions that benefit not only the team but also the individual. Because if every Spice Girl takes care of herself and does what's best for her, she can ultimately benefit the whole. (Yes, even when it means that reunification is four women instead of five).
Why do you really want to see a tour that Posh Spice has been pressed to play? Probably not, and you will have a similar lack of enjoyment from a tour that never happened because the negotiations have been dragged for so long. In this way, communication lines remain open, everyone seems to feel good and respect flows in both ways. In a place at her Instagram who responded to the tour announcement, Beckham was just like supporting the band as she was her, writing:
"Being in Spice Girls was an extremely important part of my life and I wish my girls so much love and fun as they go on tour again. I know they will make a stunning show and the fantastic fans of the past and present are going to be wonderful ! "
This kind of unselfish support and love is the true definition of Girl Power, so it's hard not to be excited about this result, even if it's a villain that The Spice Girls will not be in full swing.