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The Spice Girls Ditch 'Girl Power'

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The Spice Girls Ditch 'Girl Power'

The Spice Girls Ditch 'Girl Power'

The Spice Girls Ditch 'Girl Power' The girls are dropping their iconic slogan and have changed it to 'People Power'.

The girl group are reuniting for a series of shows and they have adapted their famous Girl Power message to focus on "equality and bringing everyone together".

Speaking to The Sun's Dan Wootton on ITV's Lorraine Emma said: Although Emma Bunton, Mel C, Mel B and Geri Horner are getting ready to tour together, Posh Spice Victoria Beckham decided against joining her former band mates.

However Ginger Spice Geri insists that she is still part of the iconic group.

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