Sound problems wreck Spice Girls comeback gig

Spice Girls Arrive In Dublin A

Spice Girls Arrive In Dublin A

There were complaints of sound issues during the Spice Girls' show, with some fans saying they could not discern what song was being played, but promoters insisted that this was down to the size of the venue rather than any specific technical issue.

As the Spice Girls sans Posh Spice kicked off their "Spice World" revival tour today in Dublin, the pop star-turned-fashion designer posted an iconic throwback performance picture with heartfelt well-wishes to her four friends and former bandmates - Mel B (Scary Spice), Melanie C (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), and Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) - on Instagram.

The father-of-four then quipped: "There will only ever be one POSH SPICE @victoriabeckham @spicegirls".

"Good luck to the girls today as the tour begins."

Victoria also echoed his thoughts on her own Instagram page, writing: "Good luck to the girls today as they start their tour! x VB #SpiceGirls #FriendshipNeverEnds @EmmaLeeBunton @TheRealGeriHalliwell @OfficialMelB @MelanieCMusic".

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She simply wrote: "Happy 21st birthday @libbyyadams we love u so so much X".

The Spice Girls have returned for the first in a series of massive reunion shows, seven years after they last performed together, playing for a crowd of 75,000 eager fans in Dublin's Croke Park.

The 13-date tour is the latest reunion for one of the world's biggest girl bands which sold tens of millions of records, and is known for hits like "Say You'll Be There", "2 Become 1" and "Spice Up Your Life".

This will be followed by Sunderland (June 6), Edinburgh (June 8), Bristol (June 10) before ending at London's Wembley Stadium (June 13-15).

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