Is a full-fledged Spice Girls reunion tour happening this year?

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       The Spice Girls to go on a reunion tour

TMZ says that sources tell them that the iconic and hugely influential group have a goal of beginning a world tour in late summer, with plans to start in England and then come over to the US.

The Spice Girls are reuniting for a tour in the U.S. and UK.

TMZ reports that The Spice Girls are heading on tour together for a series of reunion concerts.

The source also told TMZ that the tour would start in the United Kingdom and come to the US although there were no plans for a Las Vegas residency.

In the past, both Mel C and Victoria Beckham have expressed their disinterest in reuniting the group.

Spice Girls fans may be rejoicing right now.

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Following the news of an upcoming reunion from the Spice Girls, new rumours of a world tour have surfaced hinting that the performances will begin in the UK.

During the tour, the group will reportedly be looked after by their ex-manager, Simon Fuller, who went on to create American Idol. Can you imagine a Spice Girls arena tour of our golden shores?

The alleged tour received lot of traction on social media.

"We all agree that there are many exciting possibilities that will once again embrace the original essence of The Spice Girls, while reinforcing our message of female empowerment for future generations", the group said in a statement.

The last performance by all five members was at the closing ceremonies of the London Olympics in August 2012.

Meanwhile Emma revealed on her Heart FM breakfast show on Monday that the girls agreed they were all on board with the "opportunities" but said that they need another "sit down" to discuss what they're going to do - after they got distracted by chatting!

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