The Spice Girls & # 39; Australian tour & # 39; is CANCELED after negotiations with local promoters have failed & # 39;

Never Viva? The Spice Girls & # 39; Australian tour & # 39; is CANCELED after negotiations with local promoters have failed & amid claims that Gerri Halliwell & # 39; refused to sign up for the shows & # 39; because they & # 39; does not need the money & # 39;

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It seems that The Spice Girls will not tour Down Under in 2020 anyway.

According to Confidential, Negotiations with Australian promoters failed after Ginger Spice Gerri Horner (no Halliwell) refused to sign up for the shows because she & # 39; does not need the money & # 39 ;.

& # 39; However, it never really got off the ground because of Ginger, & # 39; an insider told the publication on Monday.

Never Viva? The Australian tour of the Spice Girls is reportedly CANCELED after & # 39; negotiations with local promoters failed & # 39 ;. Pictured (L-R), Mel C, Emma Bunton, Mel B and Geri Halliwell

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Never Viva? The Australian tour of the Spice Girls is reportedly CANCELED after & # 39; negotiations with local promoters failed & # 39 ;. Pictured (L-R), Mel C, Emma Bunton, Mel B and Geri Halliwell

The girl band from the nineties is said to have rejected millions of dollars by rejecting a whole series of lucrative offers from Australia's largest tour promoters.

Daily Mail Australia has commented.

It comes after Scary Spice Mel B wrongly announced that the band would come to Australia early next year.

& # 39; However, it never really got off the ground because of Ginger & # 39 ;: Confidential has reported that Gerri Horner (no Halliwell) & # 39; refused to sign up for the shows & # 39; because she & # 39; does not need the money & # 39;

& # 39; However, it never really got off the ground because of Ginger & # 39 ;: Confidential has reported that Gerri Horner (no Halliwell) & # 39; refused to sign up for the shows & # 39; because she & # 39; does not need the money & # 39;

& # 39; However, it never really got off the ground because of Ginger & # 39 ;: Confidential has reported that Gerri Horner (no Halliwell) & # 39; refused to sign up for the shows & # 39; because she & # 39; does not need the money & # 39;

& # 39; See you in Australia in February! & # 39; It comes after Scary Spice Mel B wrongly announced that the band would come to Australia early next year

& # 39; See you in Australia in February! & # 39; It comes after Scary Spice Mel B wrongly announced that the band would come to Australia early next year

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& # 39; See you in Australia in February! & # 39; It comes after Scary Spice Mel B wrongly announced that the band would come to Australia early next year

The 44-year-old singer made the brutal announcement during the band's last London show in June.

& # 39; See you in Australia in February! & # 39; she announced at the end of the concert.

But weeks later in an interview with 2DayFM & # 39; s Breakfast With Grant, Ed & Ash, Mel admitted nothing was confirmed yet.

Mouthing off: the 44-year-old singer made the brutal announcement during the band's last London show last week, to come back to it later

Mouthing off: the 44-year-old singer made the brutal announcement during the band's last London show last week, to come back to it later

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Mouthing off: the 44-year-old singer made the brutal announcement during the band's last London show last week, to come back to it later

"My thing is, and I have one in my hood, is that we first have to come to Australia outside the gate," she told the radio program.

& # 39; I announced it on stage, yes, without everyone else signing 100 percent, but I thought if I placed it there, it might happen. & # 39;

Her candid recognition – and the subsequent withdrawal – left the fans of Australian Spice Girls understandably furious.

Making it up: In an interview with 2DayFM & # 39; s Breakfast With Grant, Ed & Ash on Monday, Mel admitted that no Australian tour was confirmed

Making it up: In an interview with 2DayFM & # 39; s Breakfast With Grant, Ed & Ash on Monday, Mel admitted that no Australian tour was confirmed

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Making it up: In an interview with 2DayFM & # 39; s Breakfast With Grant, Ed & Ash on Monday, Mel admitted that no Australian tour was confirmed

Just kidding! & # 39; I announced it on stage, yes, without everyone else signing 100 percent, but I thought that if I placed it there, it might happen, & # 39; she confessed

Just kidding! & # 39; I announced it on stage, yes, without everyone else signing 100 percent, but I thought that if I placed it there, it might happen, & # 39; she confessed

Just kidding! & # 39; I announced it on stage, yes, without everyone else signing 100 percent, but I thought that if I placed it there, it might happen, & # 39; she confessed

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