In an illuminating tidbit, Spice Girls’ very own Geri Halliwell candidly shared her penchant for employing Katy Perry memes as her go-to text responses, especially when she’s at a loss for words. While discussing her rapport with fellow Spice Girls members with Scary Mommy, Halliwell divulged, “Someone told me if you don’t know what the right response is in life, send a meme, and I send Katy Perry memes.” The playful usage of memes, according to Halliwell, serves less as a message and more as an affable acknowledgment with a promise to revisit the conversation.
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Peering into the potential future of the globally-adored girl group, the artist dangled the intriguing prospect of some form of reunion in front of fans, asserting that “at some point, 100% there’ll be something” on the horizon for the performers.
Juxtaposing her professional endeavors and motherhood, Halliwell subtly guided the conversation towards her newest literary offering, “Rosie Frost & the Falcon Queen.” She emphasized her dedication to keeping her focus unerringly sharp, comparing the nurturing of her project to the undivided attention a child deserves, stating, “So right now I’m dealing with one child — that’s Rosie. She deserves that attention. It’s like getting your kid off to university.”
Notably, the beloved artist reunited with Spice Girls members Mel B, Mel C, and Emma Bunton in a 2019 tour and again for her milestone 50th birthday in November 2022. Reflecting on a poignant moment from the tour, where she apologized to her bandmates for her 2019 departure, Halliwell hinted that the emotional exchange was crafted with a dash of stage theatrics in mind, stating, “I think we were just being dramatic for the stage drama,” while metaphorically brushing off further inquiry with a dismissive hand wave.
Whether veering towards whimsical meme-sharing or hinting at future projects, Halliwell gracefully keeps the intrigue alive, ensuring the global community of Spice Girls admirers remains ever-attentive to their next potential jaunt.