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    Tell me what you want. What you really, really, want.

    Some wait for the 2nd coming of jesus , I wait for the second coming of Spice Girls.

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    Spice Girls back for Live Aid II?


    LONDON, England (Reuters) -- The Spice Girls are being courted to perform together for the first time since singer Geri Halliwell walked out in 1998, charity concert organizers said on Thursday.
    Charity Band Aid said it hoped the chart-topping quintet would appear at a new Live Aid concert, aiming to repeat the success of the 1985 event which raised over $100 million for African famine relief.

    "We are in discussions with the Spice Girls to perform at Live Aid II if it happens," a Band Aid spokesman said.

    Other headlining groups the charity hopes will appear include Britpop band Oasis and Irish stadium rockers U2.

    "We are talking to every act that ever picked up a guitar or sang into a microphone," the spokesman said.

    Details of the concert are due to be announced on Tuesday.

    Media reports have said the concert could be held in London's Hyde Park to coincide with a July summit in Scotland of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations as a way of pressuring world leaders to act on global poverty.

    The first Live Aid concert was held at Wembley Stadium in London with a line-up including U2, Queen, Paul McCartney and David Bowie.

    The event was organized by former Boomtown Rats singer Bob Geldof, who has become a leading advocate for global poverty relief and is behind the plans for a second concert.

    Since the Spice Girls finally split in 2001 its members -- Halliwell, Victoria Beckham, Mel Chisholm, Mel Brown and Emma Bunton -- have embarked on solo careers with varying degrees of success.

    None has managed to recreate the stardom they enjoyed during the late 1990s when the Spice Girls scored nine number one hits in the UK including "Wannabe," "Say You'll Be There" and "Spice Up Your Life."

    A spokesman for Victoria Beckham declined to comment on the possible reunion.

    But he added that all five band members were in contact with their former manager Simon Fuller, the creator of the popular television talent shows "Pop Idol" and "American Idol."

    http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/Musi...eut/index.html

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    They were playing that song all day on the radio. And now on GS.

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      oh my goodness me!! the return of the ultimate chavs and mingers...

      i doubt posh will do it though..she can barely stand up straight let alone mime
      I understand, I just don't care.

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        Re: Tell me what you want. What you really, really, want.

        yeahy!!!
        rubber band rubber band rubber band rubber band rubber band

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          Re: Tell me what you want. What you really, really, want.

          Oh NO!! I had to go through this with my pre-teen/teen daughter and (to me anyway) they suck. Plus the image
          "Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names." - John F. Kennedy

          "Someday we gonna rise up on that wind you know
          Someday we gonna dance with those lions
          Someday we gonna break free from these chains and keep on flyin'" - flipsyde

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