"I'll see you in Australia in February," Mel B told the crowd. Details of dates for the Australian concerts that will be featured for the first time in the country are not yet officially announced.
Gary Horner, also known as Ginger Spice, also surprised the audience on Saturday, apologizing for leaving the band in 1998. "I have to say something I had to say a long time ago," she told 70,000 Wembley fans. ,
"Sorry, I'm sorry I left, I was just a brother, it's so nice to go back with the girls I love."
Horner left the group after claiming he suffered from health. two years before the entire group goes for an indefinite period of time. Her emotional statement came at the end of the 1
Horner also shared a sincere video about himself staying in the empty stadium after the last show. "That's it. They took it down, it was amazing," she said as she shrugged.
She posted another video, thanks to her classmates and everyone who attended the concerts. "Thirteen stadiums, nearly 70,000 people, with three amazing women, with whom I share this stage," she said.
"I want to thank Melanie, Melanie and Emma and everyone who has appeared for us," Horner said, referring to Melanie Brown (Mel B), Melanie Chisholm and Emma Bunton.
something I will never forget. Thank you very much. Great Love From World Spice.
A large number of high-ranking guests attended the concert on Saturday, including the Grammy-winning singer Amel.
"The last time I saw Spice Girls in Wembley was 21 years ago," writes Adel in Instagram. "Tonight, with my closest and most expensive, I was crying, laughing, screaming, dancing, remembering and falling in love with my 10-year-old I." It's no secret how much I love them, how inspired me to escape my life and never look back. I finally had to meet with Ginger. I drank with the girls, and quite frankly, I can not believe how far I have come. "
Spice Girls started a collection tour in May in Dublin and performed as four pieces because Victoria Beckham, also known as Posh Spice, refused to take part.