The Spice Girls May Be Coming To Australia, And Fans Are Losing Their Minds

We told them what we want, what we really really want, and it looks as though the Spice Girls may finally be delivering.

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We told them what we want, what we really really want, and it looks as though the Spice Girls may finally be delivering. Mel B just dropped a fairly good hint that the group will visit Australia next year, and fans are absolutely freaking out.

Iconic British pop group the Spice Girls just wrapped up their month-long UK tour at London’s Wembley Stadium today.

Though fifth member Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) was not part of the tour, fans from Dublin to Bristol were thrilled for the chance to see Melanie Brown (Scary Spice), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice) and Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) perform ’90s hits such as ‘Spice Up Your Life’ and ‘Wannabe’.

And now, it seems as though Australians will now get the same opportunity.

As the Spice Girls thanked the audience during the final performance of their tour today, Mel B herself revealed the Spice Girls’ Australian plans to a screaming audience, yelling, “We’ll see you in February in Australia!”

Aside from this proclamation, there’s been no official confirmation nor further information regarding a potential Australian tour. Nevertheless, Australian fans are already pulling out their platform shoes and eagerly preparing to spice up their lives.

Mel B has the closest connection to Australia of all the Spice Girls, having lived here for two years. She also served as judge and mentor on the Australian editions of The X Factor and The Voice Kids.

She expressed a desire to bring the group to Australia when asked by both The Project and Sunrise late last year. “See, you’re asking the wrong person [whether the Spice Girls will come to Australia],” said Mel B on The Project. “I’m just gonna say ‘yes’, but I gotta check with my other girls first.”

Today’s announcement at the Spice Girls’ London concert is our first indication that those aspirations may have finally borne fruit.