Spice Girls reunion tour: fans remain divided over the Cardiff performance of the group as they complain about the & # 39; wet & # 39; circumstances and & # 39; terrible & # 39; sound problems from the concert AGAIN for a second night of technical problems
They started their long-awaited reunion tour on Friday with a bang in Croke Park in Dublin, but many viewers were disappointed with the noise problems of the stadium.
And The Spice Girls kept their fans divided over their series of gigs when they entered the stage on Monday night at Cardiff & # 39; s Principality Stadium in Wales.
While some acclaimed members include Emma Bunton, 43, Geri Horner, 46, Mel Brown, 43 and Mel C, 45, for their & # 39; incredible & # 39; and & # 39; magic & # 39; set, others complain about the & # 39; wet & # 39; circumstances and & # 39; terrible & # 39; audio of the show again problems, causing viewers to be angry to leave the show prematurely.
Too bad: The Spice Girls kept their fans divided over their series of gigs when they entered the stage on Monday night at Cardiff & # 39; s Principality Stadium in Wales.
By storming the stadium in their iconic striking ensembles, with the group changing no less than six times, the Spice Girls demonstrated their vocal bravery while enchanting the crowd with their hit parades, including 2 Become 1, Wannabe and Say You & # 39; me will be there.
After their first appearance on Friday, with both positive and negative reviews, Scary Spice Mel was the only member of the counterattack.
The mother-of-three uploaded a video to Instagram in which she admitted that there were sound and voice problems with the debut in the Dublin group – and promised to improve sound quality for the next show.
After Mel had shared a fresh look with the candid video at 6 am the day after the first performance on the reunion visit, her fellow band members took part in the photo sharing site to drown out their performance and their & # 39 ; supporting & # 39; thank fans.
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