Spice Girls reunion is all about the kids

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If you have been wanting, really, really, wanting to see the Spice Girls get together again, you are in luck. The popular 90's girl group has announced plans for a reunion tour which kicks off in Los Angeles on December 7th. With 10 more dates planned around the world through January, 2008, fans will once again have the opportunity to appreciate the superior vocal talents of Scary, Posh, Baby, Sporty and Ginger.

Since breaking up in 2001, the girls have become better known as mothers than as performers. Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham is the high-profile wife of soccer star David Beckham and mother to his three children. Melanie "Scary Spice" Brown recently became mom to comic Eddie Murphy's baby girl. And the others have or are expecting children as well. Between them, they have seven children and the plan is to bring them along for the tour.

"Our priority is going to be our families. We want to have fun," said Beckham. "That's one of the many reasons for this, for our children to see what we used to do. And I may be the cool one in the family for once."

I was never a big Spice Girl fan -- I was well past their target demographic age in the 1990's. However, based on Ellie's taste in music, I think if they play their cards right, they could conceivably gain a fan base with a whole new generation of girls.
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