Two decades after the Spice Girls revolutionised the 90s pop landscape, members Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell have reformed, and will be bringing their headline world tour to Coventry's Ricoh Arena.
The 1990s girl group posted a video message announcing a new 2019 United Kingdom stadium tour, but without original member Victoria (Posh Spice) Beckham.
While Victoria won't be a part of the lineup hitting the road in a tour that's expected to net them £10m each, she still took time out to release a statement on the exciting announcement. This is the first time the Spice Girls have toured since their 2007-2008 reunion tour, though all five members reunited for a performance at the London Summer Olympics in 2012.
Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner will take to the stage for the 12 date stadium tour in 2019, but Victoria won't be taking part. Beckham, who adamantly denied a Spice Girls reunion in the past, will not be joining her '90s girl gang.
Tickets for the new tour will go on sale on Saturday.
While the news began to surface over the weekend, we were all greeted this morning with a promo pic of the ladies (minus Posh Spice *sob*) all back together again.
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The Spice Girls are planning on heading out on a 12-date stadium tour next summer.
"It's just the four of us that are fully confirmed, but Vic might join us at some point", the star said on ITV's Loose Women.
"I'm in Brighton for the day and didn't expect to see this." she told her 739,000 Instagram followers.
It was clear things had fallen apart by Halloween, though, when Mel B slipped on a Victoria mask and toted a sign reading "No I am not going on tour".
Asked if they'll go outside of the United Kingdom, she said: "We are".
"I'm not going on tour".