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Victoria Beckham announced her gratitude on Twitter after so many fans turned up to see the Spice Girls together again after four years.
The group re-united to promote a new musicial 'Viva Forever'.
The Spice Girls were reunited in London this morning to announce details of a stage musical based on their songs.
The music of the 1990s "girl power" group is being revived in "Viva Forever."
The show's being produced by Judy Craymer, who was the brains behind the ABBA musical "Mamma Mia."
The musical's been written by comedian Jennifer Saunders, who co-created TV sitcom "Absolutely Fabulous."
The musical is expected to open in the West End at the end of the year.
The Spice Girls are to be re-united in London today.
The famous five will come together to help launch a new musical based on their songs. It'll be the first time they've been seen together since their reunion tour in 2008.
The musical 'Viva Forever' has been penned by Jennifer Saunders. It's due to open at the Piccadilly Theatre in the West end in time for Christmas.
The Spice Girls have sold over 75 million records worldwide and notched up nine U.K No1 singles, including their debut Wannabe
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The Spice Girls were re-united for the launch of a new musical, called Viva Forever