PM Theresa May 'considering' attending Spice Girls gig after invite from Geri Horner

Albertina Lloyd
Entertainment reporter, Yahoo UK
Geri Horner has invited Theresa May to come to the Spice Girls reunion tour (Credit: PA/AP)

Prime Minister Theresa May is said to be “considering” an invitation to celebrate Girl Power at a Spice Girls concert.

Geri Horner - who in the past has described herself as a Tory - invited the PM in an interview with The Sun newspaper, saying she really wanted May to attend the final night of their Spice World 2019 reunion tour at London’s Wembley Arena on Saturday June 15.

Horner, famous for the Union Jack minidress she wore at the BRIT Awards in 1997, said: “I really want Theresa May at the show.

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“I’m not talking about politics, can you imagine showing up to work every day and getting verbally assassinated by all the people around you?

UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 24: BRIT AWARDS, EARLS COURT Photo of Geri HALLIWELL and SPICE GIRLS, Geri Halliwell performing live on stage, Union Jack dress (Photo by JMEnternational/Redferns)

“It doesn’t matter who you are, if you face that at work, I feel really sorry for her. Come on, give the woman some credit, she’s certainly stoic. And she wears great jewellery.

“I would love if she came out of No 10 and did some ‘everybody shuffling’.”

Downing Street has the 62-year-old Prime Minister is “considering” the invitation, adding: “We’re grateful for the message.”

May famously mocked her own dancing at the Tory party conference last October when she walked awkwardly on stage to Abba hit Dancing Queen. It followed public reaction to an online clip of her dancing with school children in Africa last August which went viral and saw her dance moves likened to a robot.