Monday, September 21, 1998 Published at 14:27 GMT 15:27 UK
It's not the end of the Spiceworld
Spice Girls: "We are not splitting up. No, no, no"
The Spice Girls went out on a high in the final show of their world tour - and said they'd love to do it all again.
Their Spiceworld tour came to a close at London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday night, and 60,000 screaming fans packed out the venue.
They rejected reports that Mel B and Victoria Adams' pregnancies spell the end for the group, insisting there will be a new Spice Girls album out next year.
All the group said together: "We are not splitting up. No, no, no."
'No truth' to Spice reunion rumours
Virgin Records has also denied reports that there are plans for Geri Halliwell to get back together with Spice Girls for a special tour in the year 2000.
Geri quit the band on the eve of the American leg of the Spiceworld Tour.
A spokesmen for he girls said: "It's not true at all ... The girls have only just finished a tour, and although they've said they'd love to tour again - touring with Geri has never been mentioned."
Hard work for mums-to-be
During their final show the girls teased the audience, and made jokes about Mel B and Victoria Adams' growing waistlines.
Posh Spice (Victoria) said: "All this touring, hasn't it got a bit too much?"
Mel said in reply: "I can't even fasten my trousers any more, you know."
Victoria added: "This is just for you Melanie, because I am going to ask you to sit down and rest your back," before the group went into Too Much.
There were deafening cheers as Baby Spice Emma Bunton told Mel B her collaboration with hip-hop star Missy Elliot, I Want You Back, had gone into the charts at Number One.
Ginger not missed
The show was also being broadcast live on pay-per-view television, and the foursome didn't waste an opportunity to play up to the cameras.
It was almost as if Ginger Spice had never been in the band, with footage of her carefully edited out of most of the videos playing on the screens behind the group.
Baby Spice pulled a young boy out of the crowd to sing a cover of the Supremes' Baby Love, but it was Mel C's voice that was clearly the strongest out of the four.
The girls encored with Chic's We Are Family and a burst of fireworks closed the show after two hours.
The audience was mainly composed of families - who had each paid out £25 per person to see the group play.
But despite the cost, most of the parents there seemed to be enjoying themselves - and the smiles on the children's' faces showed that whatever the Spice Girls do next, they've got an army of fans who will back them all the way.
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