During an appearance on ITV’s Lorraine, Emma Bunton said: “Victoria said she’s going to come, but I’m not sure where she’s sitting. Those stadiums are big places and I’m not sure if she’ll be able to get down to us on time.”
She also explained that she always knew – alongside bandmates Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, and Geri Halliwell – that Beckham wouldn’t return for any future reunions.
“We all knew it wouldn’t happen again after the Olympics, the five of us together,” she said. “We feel really strong as a four though.”
Beckham previously admitted that she’ll feel “left out” of the forthcoming tour, which is set to kick off in Cardiff on 27 May.
“I’m excited to see it. And I’m sure when I’m there and they are on stage, there will be a part of me that feels a bit left out,” she said. “Because even after all this, a part of me will always be a Spice Girl.”
Millions of people attempted to purchase tickets for the Spice Girls’ long-awaited reunion tour when sales opened in last November.
Demand was “off the charts”, according to Andrew Parsons, Ticketmaster’s managing director. They will play sell-out shows at venues, including London’s Wembley Stadium, until 15 June.
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