The Spice Girls are looking for dancers to join them onstage for their Spice World UK Stadium Tour, which kicks off later in 2019.
The legendary girl-group are looking for male and female performers to spice up the dance routines of the upcoming British jaunt, which takes in Cardiff, Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol, and London this summer.
Auditions for women take place on Monday 21 January, with men being auditioned on Tuesday 22 January.
Recalls will take place on Wednesday 23 January, before a final decision will be made on the lucky dancers who will be taking to the stage with the ‘Wannabe’ stars.
— Spice Girls (@spicegirls) November 5, 2018
The people wanted for the tour must be “self expressive, strong, unique, diverse and intelligent” performers, and must also be available for a contract commitment between 8 April and 16 June.
It appears as if the group are on the lookout for less established dancers, as only independent submissions will be considered, which means no applications from agencies will be accepted.
To apply, you must email your CV and a named headshot to choreographer Paul Roberts, using the email address email@example.com
Where will the Spice Girls perform?
The foursome initially announced six dates in the UK, but due to the inevitable huge demand added a further five shows.
27 May – Cardiff Principality Stadium
29 May – Manchester Etihad Stadium
31 May- Manchester Etihad Stadium
1 June – Manchester Etihad Stadium
3 June – Coventry Ricoh Stadium
4 June – Coventry Ricoh Stadium
6 June – Sunderland Stadium of Light
8 June – Edinburgh BT Murrayfield Stadium
10 June – Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium
13 June – London Wembley Stadium
14 June – London Wembley Stadium
15 June – London Wembley Stadium
Tickets for the 2019 tour went on sale in November 2018, with the dates selling out quickly.
The five – Victoria Beckham, Mel B, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner – last performed at the London Olympics in 2012, but this time around Posh won’t be there.
“It’s just the four of us. I hope Victoria will join us at some point,” Geri Horner said on ITV’s Loose Women. “It’d be a shame if she didn’t.”
Originally published on our sister title iNews