SPICE GIRLS Musical Delayed?

By on 8 May, 2011



 

The Spice Girls‘ upcoming musical has apparently been delayed so the pop stars can ensure the stage spectacular is just right.

 

The Wannabe hitmakers have been very much hands-on in the creation of ‘Viva Forever‘, a show inspired by the songs of possibly the most famous girl group ever – which comprised of Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown and Melanie Chisholm.

But Chisholm believes the project, which is destined for London’s West End, has hit a stumbling block because the former band members are so busy with their every-day lives.

 

She tells the Daily Star Sunday:

“We were planning to open around summer time but it’s likely to be a Christmas show now. We’ve put it back to make sure it’s right.”

 

The Spice Girls are busy working mums – two members, Beckham and Brown, are pregnant, while Bunton recently gave birth to a son Tate on Friday (6th May 2011 – congrats Emma!)

 

Chisholm also ruled out appearing onstage, adding:

“The script is funny and emotional. But there won’t be any cameos from us.”

 

 

 

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