Spice Girls Are Auditioning For Dancers For Their Latest Tour
This is your chance to swing it, shake it, move it and make it with The Spice Girls.
The Spice Girls are looking for dancers for their upcoming reunion tour which kicks off in May, and are holding auditions at the end of this month.
We know this is the moment you've been waiting for - it's time to show off your moves to 'Wannabe' to the world.
Nine-year-old you has always dreamt of joining Scary, Sporty, Baby and Ginger on stage at Wembley and it's actually now a possibility - we just wish Posh was there too.
Auditions for the Spiceworld 2019 UK Stadium Tour! :flag_gb::microphone: @spicegirls @_paulroberts_ pic.twitter.com/Vf34bk6Zzr
- Spice Girls Net (@SpiceGirlsNow) January 4, 2019
However, we don't want to burst your bubble but only professional dancers will probably make it though, although a stage full of Spice Girl fans dancing to 'Stop' sounds pretty appealing.
The call to action was posted by choreographer Paul Roberts on his social media page, along with an image stating that all aspiring dancers should email in a "CV and named headshot" to him to apply for the job.
It also says it welcomes "strong, unique, diverse and intelligent performers", which, let's be honest, we all can be after a few gins.
If you apply and are successful, women will be auditioned on 21st January, while men will be auditioned on the 22nd, with recalls on the 23rd.
Successful dancers will join the girls on a 12 date tour across the UK including Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol, Manchester and London.
if you do want to join them on tour then it's probably a good idea to lock your Spice Girls lyrics down as Geri recently revealed we've all been singing one lyric wrong.
After the Spice Girls reunion tour was announced, Geri tweeted: "Hai Si Ja hold tight!", a lyric that we thought was completely different from their 1997 hit 'Spice Up Your Life'.
Over the years there has been a bit of confusion about the chant in the song, with plenty of fans thinking it was 'I see ya, hold tight' or 'Hi C ya, hold tight', but it turns out we've been wrong all along.
'Hai' is yes in Japanese, 'Si' is yes in Italian or Spanish and 'Ja' is yes in Germany. So basically they're just saying, 'Yes yes yes, hold tight!'
Potential candidates should email email@example.com with a named headshot and CV attached.
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