In a video ad for the upcoming Spice Girls meeting tour, Geri Halliwell revealed the real lyrics for "Spice Up Your Life" and changed so many lives for the better. See, it turns out that most fans have sung "Spice Up Your Life" bad over the past 20 years. But thanks to Ginger Spice, all the boys and girls will never make a mistake again. Live by singing "Spice Up Your Life" forever.
In an Spice Girls video meeting Instagram post, where girls end up singing "Spice Up Your Life", Halliwell's title quickly became viral thanks to a very specific revelation. "@ Spicegirls -hai-Si-ja-hold tight #spicegirls # tour2019," wrote before shouting the other three Spice Girls – Baby Spice, Emma Bunton; Scary Spice, Mel B and Sporty Spice, Mel C – way with her.
How Fun tonight He pointed out, Twitter fans began to notice that these words did not know them. And they did not spend much time before they learned that they were singing the bad song all their life. "WHAT!??," A fan named @ claire3979 tweeted. "How did you not know the correct letters? All these years I thought it was" Ha, see Ya tight ".
Although it seems that's what they are saying in the classic "Spice Up Your Life", in fact, the real lyrics are only women who sing the word "yes" in three different languages: Japanese, Spanish and German. "There, Yes, Already" in fact.
It was a misconception for two decades that the Spice Girls were singing something totally different, so it's no surprise that the minds of some fans were impressed by the great revelation of Halliwell. "I was years old when I discovered that the lyrics were not" ha, see ya, endure " user @ davidbaines1 tweeted. "I'm receiving now, yes in different languages. Genius."
As clever as the real lyrics may be, some fans do not want to see the old ways of singing to die. "Sorry I do not categorically refer to believing that the lyrics are" yes yes "and no" you see ya "," a They call @joegunn tweeted, that we are going to be honest is a very spicy response.
It's likely that Spice Girls do not care too much if you fudge the lyrics a bit, are glad to be back. In a press release announcing the Spice Girls meeting tour, Bunton said: "It's time to give it a taste of things again! I can not wait to keep track of fans and a new generation of spices. I love everyone."
It is especially exciting considering the change the group had in the past two decades. Halliwell left the band in 1998, cutting Spice Girls up to four, but now he returns and apparently is ready to drop some knowledge. Who knows what else will reveal during the six-event tour that begins in June 2019 in Manchester and ends in London on June 15.
Unfortunately, this The tour will not feature Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham, but she is so excited to see how Spice girls hit the road. "Being in Spice Girls has been a very important part of my life and I want my girls to have a lot of love and fun while returning on a tour," he wrote in Instagram after the announcement of the meeting tour. "I know they will make an incredible show and the fantastic past and present fans will have a good time."
The Spice Girls will add Jess Glynne as a tour member, which we hope to know right now for "Spice Up Your Life."