The Spice Girls return onstage
LONDON, United Kingdom - '80s nostalgia is alive and well, thanks to music artists of that decade who are making mini-comebacks through live concerts around the world. They are re-connecting with their fans of old and — for young music lovers — making new ones.
This time, it's the turn of the '90s generation (also known as the "MTV generation") to go nostalgic, with the return of iconic British pop group the Spice Girls.
But, no, they're not getting back together.
Instead, the music of the girl group will be used as inspiration for a musical called "Viva Forever!," set to launch this December 11 in London's West End. It will be produced by Judy Cramer, the woman behind the feel-good hit musical (and movie), "Mamma Mia!"
Here's the video of "Wannabe," the song that shot the Spice Girls to stardom:
Jennifer Saunders, whose daughters (now in their twenties) grew up avid Spice Girls fans, will write the script. - Rappler.com
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