The Spice Girls ‘won’t tour ever again’

Reunion was a one-off say band

Following the announcement that The Spice Girls have cancelled previously-scheduled dates on their current world tour, band member Geri Halliwell has revealed that the band’s forthcoming show in Toronto on February 26 will be their last ever.

The band had previously claimed that despite media reports that they had fallen out, they had cancelled the dates because of “family commitments“.

Halliwell said: “It probably won’t happen again [touring]. I’m still absolutely blown away that we did more than one show. So right now I’m thinking this is it. This is the last time you will ever get to see this girl power, the five Spices on stage as one.”

Speaking to Billboard Halliwell, who left the group back in 1998, said she never dreamed the reunion would actually happen.

“If you had asked me 10 years ago whether there’d ever be a Spice Girls reunion concert, I’d have gone, ‘No fucking way!’” she said.

However, despite rumours of rows and squabbling between the girls, Halliwell said the tour has been brilliant saying: “(The tour has been) amazing, an experience of a lifetime. I couldn’t have asked for it to be better actually.”

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