Geri Horner shares first look at the Spice Girls reunion tour

Chris Edwards
Geri Horner and Mel C sing during rehearsals for the Spice Girls reunion tour (Instagram: Geri Horner)

Geri Horner has revealed that the Spice Girls have finished rehearsing for their upcoming tour, giving fans a first look at the Spice World stage.

Geri Horner, Mel B, Mel C and Emma Bunton are all set to kick off their highly anticipated reunion tour, which begins in just three days.

Horner took to Instagram to announce that the group have finished rehearsals, sharing images of herself with Mel C and the stage in which they’ll be performing.

She captioned the images: “Spice World Production rehearsals done! Welcome to Spice World 2019! See you in Dublin! #3daystogo #HouseofGinger

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Geri Horner shared a first look at the stage in which the group will be performing (Instagram: Geri Horner)

The group’s impressive stage and lighting set-up was designed by Tim Routledge, who has previously worked on concerts for Beyoncé, Sam Smith, Take That and Steps.

Horner recently rubbished reports of a rift among the band, stating anyone who thinks otherwise can “f*** off”.

In an interview with The Sun backstage during their final rehearsals, she said: “No one is perfect but it’s all fine. We’re having a blast. It’s an absolute laugh.”

She added: “Our relationship is really good. We’ve all been really positive, so it’s nice. It’s natural. I’m really happy, everyone’s happy.”

Spice Girls from left, Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner (Credit: Matt Crossick/PA via AP)

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There had been reports that Horner and Mel B, 43, had fallen out after Scary Spice claimed the two had slept together during the height of the Spice Girls fame in the nineties. Horner denied the story.

Asked about rumours of a rift she said: “I try and focus on what’s important now. Let’s enjoy what we have now, what’s real and what’s important.

“It’s all fine so I feel lucky. We keep on pinching ourselves because we’re trying to enjoy the journey.”