Geri Halliwell’s comeback single sells just 393 copies

'Half Of Me' was released in Australia where the former Spice Girl is currently a judge on 'Australia's Got Talent'

Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell‘s comeback single sold just 393 copies in its first week of release.

‘Half Of Me’ was released in Australia, where Halliwell is currently appearing as a judge on the Australia’s Got Talent television show. Despite her exposure in the country, the song only got to Number 281 on the ARIA chart, reports Digital Spy. Click above to watch the video for the track.

Meanwhile, over the summer Channel 4 recently said it was not involved with the sitcom Halliwell was working on, called Geri: Life Sucks. Studio Objective Productions, the company behind Channel 4 shows Fresh Meat and Peep Show, are helping the singer develop the project.


A spokesperson told NME: “Objective Productions are currently developing an idea for a TV show with Geri Halliwell in which she laughs gamely at herself and her fame. The comedy will see Geri try to balance the everyday pressures of being a mother and an international pop sensation.” Although some reports had claimed that the pilot was for Channel 4, the broadcaster says that it is not involved in the project.


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