Spice Girls, after selling hundreds of thousands of tickets for return tours, talked about the importance of ”manpower Sp rather than girl power.
Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Back Horner and Emma Bunton, announced a six-day tour of the UK last week – minus Victoria Beckham.
After the fans missed the frustrations in the rush for the tickets, additional dates were added to reunite.
The group was known for messages of girl power in the 90's, but Bunton said there had been a change in the message for more than 20 years.
He said, "People are power. We are bringing equality and everyone together."
Bandmate Horner, aka Ginger Spice, was also keen to support a particular woman, saying Prime Minister Theresa May didn't have an "easy position".
He told the newspaper: "Come together, whatever it is, come together and get our solutions together, which is the most important thing.
"We don't have to agree on politics, it's bigger than that. You can support a woman who does the best she can, so much so."
The pop sensation of the 90's broke the ticket sales records because the fans had expected more than 700,000 online queues.
The Spice World tour will start on May 29, 2019 at Etihad Stadium in Manchester and will take three dates in the city.
They will play two dates at the Wembley Stadium in London on June 13, June 14 and June 15, and a show at the Ricoh Arena on June 4, with more dates in Coventry.
Ticketmaster & # 39; s managing director Andrew Parsons said: "The demand for Spice Girls is out of the chart. Ticketmaster UK's records have turned into the busiest sales.
"On our site, millions of people had ticket calls at a point above 700,000.
"Hundreds of tickets have been sold to happy fans around the country in minutes. Congratulations for the girls.
"From what we saw, they could play almost every night for a year."