If you've grown up in the '90s like me, Spice Girls will probably be your first source of feminist inspiration. Before I heard the name Gloria Steinem, the word "girl" was built into my day-to-day psyche. And the recent Spice Girls movie that discourages a chauvinistic director has shown that pioneers in the feminist movement are in a way we have not even figured out.
In the unveiled video, as reported A day star, the band is screening the director of the director because of his comments suggesting that they show more meat in school costumes. Mel B sees himself approaching the two men who were in charge of shooting, wondering, "Who was that? Was that what you asked for?" One responds fiercely – "What?" – Before asking Mel B, did she suggest having a "splitting show and showing the boy?" The man then roughly replies: "Fantasy of every man".
But do not ever be afraid, Spice Girls are here, and they are ready to argue without comment. Mel B brilliantly speaks to the boy, "Well, you can give up," while Geri joins the conversation and calls it "a chauvinistic swine", and then tells him the excuse is "such a flip." Yuuuuuusss.
The man's only answer is "It's a showbiz" but it's clear that it's good and really done. GIRL FOR CHILDREN. The clip was shot in 1997 and was first discovered in 2016, but now the virus is over again due to the announcement that four out of five women will be on a reunion tour.
The Spice Girls tour is the first live show series in the decade. Four women (Mel C, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri) will play six dates in London, Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh and Bristol.
Discussing their gathering, four women talked with Jamie Theakston on Heart Radio on a show he collaborated with Emma Bunton. When asked about the absence of Victoria Beckham in the upcoming plans, Mel C replied:
"It's difficult because it's obviously a huge part of the band – it's still … there was a moment when I was not sure [about reuniting], and we really support each other and the decisions we make. She really supports us. It's a big part of our ethos … She's very excited about us. "
Victoria has confirmed that she will not participate in any tour dates shortly after being announced. In the statement she said:
"Being in Spice Girls was an extremely important part of my life and I want my girls so fond and entertained as they return to the tour. I know they will put an incredible show and fantastic fans and the past goes to Have a nice time!"
Cute! If you are desperate to get your hands on tour tickets, set up alerts because they will be sold at 10.30 am on Saturday, November 10, 2018.