Back in June of 2019, the Spice Girls jeopardized the prospect of Down Under in front of Australian fans. Only for Geri Halliwell to say ‘wait now, thank you very much when she walked away from plans for a global reunion tour. Early 2020 – which was probably a wise move given the pandemic. Now, Baby Spice has stopped hinting that the iconic girl group might be bringing a show to Australia and this news has certainly spiced up our lives.
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“Do you know? I want to do this thing. We’re talking about it, of course, we have. But the pandemic and all that has happened. It’s been hard to organize,” said Baby Spice.
Australian dates discussed
The last time possible Australian dates were discussed. The ’90s supergroup completed a short stadium tour of the United Kingdom. At the end of 2019, 13 stadiums were playing the gig. Which grossed an estimated $153 million.
“I love coming to Australia,” Bunton said in a Sunrise interview. “I hope this will be our next stop. So fingers crossed.”
Hope the girl group tracks “soon”
Bunton said that she “absolutely loved coming to Australia” and “really hope the girl group does the track” soon. So fingers crossed.”
It comes after the 90s super-group reunited in 2019 for a three-week stadium tour of the United Kingdom. Mel B, Geri Halliwell, Melanie C, and Bunton all participated. While ‘Posh Spice’ Victoria Beckham declined an invitation to attend.
Emma’s Baby Brand
Bunton was present at the Seven Breakfast Show to reveal that products from his hugely successful baby brand Kit & Kin are now available in Australia. Parents can buy the company’s sustainable and eco-friendly nappies, wipes and skin care products online and in-store exclusively from Baby Bunting. Emma said the products are “completely inspired” by her two children, 14-year-old beau, and 11-year-old Tate.
“When my kids were little their skin was very sensitive,” she explained.
“He had eczema problems, we had all those problems. Which parents go through and that inspired me to create this brand. ‘I haven’t found anything I can trust and that I want to use on my kids.
Emma said the kit and Kin products are “better for our kids and better for our world.”