If the Spice Girls can put aside their differences, why can't these bands?
With the massive headline news that the Spice Girls have (eventually) decided to reunite once again, nailing on a huge stadium tour of the UK next summer, it got us thinking – what other bands would we love to see reform?
Below are five bands from the worlds of pop and rock who are still holding out on the lucrative reunion dollar – all their members are still alive, so come on guys, bring it on!
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They have all pulled out of the 'BPop Live' event in Birmingham on June 19th, claiming they weren't aware of its political nature.
‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge Alesha Dixon and boybands 5IVE and East 17 are pulling out of an upcoming “Brexit gig” organised by the campaign to vote to leave the European Union, with ‘70s star Rose Royce also reportedly considering doing the same.
The BPop Live event is scheduled to take place at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on June 19th – just four days before the United Kingdom votes on whether to remain within the E.U. However, the company responsible for managing both Dixon and 5ive claimed that they only recently discovered the gig was “more a political rally”.
Alesha Dixon is pulling out of the 'BPop Live' event
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Abz Love is selling is Brit Award on Ebay and, with five days to go until the sale ends, bidding has already passed £1 million.
Most people only dream about attending glamourous awards ceremonies and winning prestigious prizes. But, if you are one of the lucky few to receive awards in the music or film industry, how long does it take before you start to grow bored of the awards gathering dust on your mantelpiece?
Abz Love at the launch of Celebrity Big Brother in London, August 2013.