One half of the reunited Spice Girls, Emma Bunton and Mel B, appeared in good spirits as they arrived into Heathrow after the first show of their tour in Dublin last night.
Emma Bunton, aka Baby Spice, and Mel B, Scary Spice, landed at the London airport today ahead of their Cardiff show at the Principality Stadium on Monday 27 May.
They looked to be cheery despite the complaints they got about sound issues during the first show of their tour yesterday.
Playing the first show of their reunion tour at Croke Park in Dublin on Friday 24 May, sound issues meant some of the audience couldn’t hear the show properly.
Mel B reached out to the group’s fans on Instagram this morning in an honest video where she apologised for the issues.
Filming from her bed at 6am, she said: ‘Hey guys, thanks you for attending our show tonight in Dublin we will see you in Cardiff and hopefully the vocals and the sound will be much better.’
Clearly the setback has not dampened the spirits of Mel and Emma as they arrived in England arm in arm.
Mel was sporting a bright, coral pink track suit with a leopard print pillow around her neck, while Emma wore a flowery, patterned jump suit.
The friends were seen walking through Heathrow with their arms around each other.
They arrived together before the next leg of their tour in Cardiff on Monday.
Jess Glynne is supposed to be supporting the group on tour, although the Rather Be singer had to pull out of her Radio 1 Big Weekend performance which was meant to be tonight, Saturday 25 May, because she had lost her voice.
The remainder of the Spice Girls reunion tour will go to Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, and Bristol before ending up with three dates in London’s Wembley stadium on 13, 14, and 15 June.
Fifth member of the original Spice Girls, Victoria Beckham, could not join her bandmates on tour but recently wished them luck for the live shows.
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