JOY­LESS RID­ERS

Spice Girls’ dull tour de­mands

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE - By

THE Spice Girls are de­mand­ing one of the dullest rid­ers in show­biz his­tory for their re­union tour.

For­mer party an­i­mals Mel B, Geri Horner, Emma Bun­ton and Mel C have asked for crèches for their chil­dren and health food at con­cert venues.

The mid­dle-aged four­some, who have eight young­sters be­tween them, also want fa­cil­i­ties for their babysit­ters.

Their other re­quests in­clude sal­ads, fruit, mineral water, honey and le­mon drinks, steamed veg­eta­bles and lean cuts of meat.

Scented can­dles and blan­kets are also among the list of de­mands.

A mu­sic in­dus­try in­sider said: “Gone are the days of the Spice Girls’ rowdy Brit­pop par­ties.

“They’re all mums now and will be bring­ing their young fam­i­lies.

“They are all into healthy liv­ing, so there will be no booze or junk food on their rid­ers.

“In­stead, it will be focused on drinks for their voices, health food, pro­tein shakes, crèches and babysit­ting fa­cil­i­ties dur­ing the shows.”

Mel B, 43, has daugh­ters An­gel, 11, Madi­son, seven, and 19-year-old Phoenix Chi, while 45-year-old Mel C has nineyear-old Scar­let.

Geri, 46, is mum to daugh­ter Blue­bell, 12, and son Mon­tague, one. Emma, 42, has sons Tate, seven, and Beau, 11. Our

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