X Factor judging role for Spice Girl Geri Halliwell
Tuesday 08 June 2010
Geri Halliwell is expected to add some extra spice to The X Factor by stepping in as a guest judge.
The 37-year-old singer is understood to be standing in for pregnant Dannii Minogue at auditions in Glasgow tomorrow.
Halliwell was previously a judge on Popstars: The Rivals, which discovered X Factor judge Cheryl Cole and her Girls Aloud bandmates.
It is thought that the Spice Girl will stay for just one day of auditions but could return in the future.
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