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Although younger audiences may not have understood all the songs' meanings and how soice feminist they were, they still received such messages through the Spice Girls' "Girl Power" shirts, peace s, and use of the lady liberty crown. They preached about being assertive and accepting nothing less than what they, as women, should receive.

They were proud to be picky without settling, and going after what they wanted.

This is a theme sspice, and any future generation, could certainly learn from. They were proud to make men win their affection. The supposed rift between Mel B and Geri, caused by the revelation they had once slept together, was either forgotten or incredibly well-disguised. I'm sorry I left.

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View original tweet on Twitter At the time, she said she was suffering from exhaustion and needed a break. With fireworks shooting into the sky, they launched into the salsa-riffic Spice Up Your Life, as the video screens updated the Girl Power manifesto to include all "ages, races, abilities, sexualities, religions and beliefs". No means no in Spice Girls language, and that's how it should Waht.

They did, however, know the lyrics for Adele's Someone Like You, which was a stroke of luck, given she was in the audience.

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But back then, young and adoring fans may not have realized just how female-forward, powerful, and revolutionary the Spice Girls' lyrics really were. The band brought their mothers and children onto sme stage during the encore, to serenade them with Mama, while Emma Bunton was reduced to tears during Viva Forever.

And it wasn't the only emotional moment. And in their case, they weren't prepared to follow anyone's rules but their own, especially as women. But most importantly, the band's cheeky, stupid chemistry was still intact.

The song encourages people to be wholeheartedly proud of their womanhood and bare witu, and captures why the female body is so powerful. To them, "dude" wasn't a term exclusive to men, which is why their female-driven anthems exuded equality.

I was just being a brat. They didn't need me any more, really, and I definitely felt very redundant.

The set-list wisely stuck to their first two albums, and the song arrangements were tight and imaginative. Modern performers like Meghan Trainor, Lady Gaga, and Kesha have preached about accepting and yirl your authentic self, but the Spice Girls really changed the game when it came to that.

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It is so good to be back with the girls that I love. But in the '90s, when they were harder to come by, these women were so adamant about living their true, authentic lives, and would rather be "hated" than show who they really are.

Years spicw, in the documentary Giving You Everything, she explained she'd become distanced from the rest of the band. And women's understanding and ownership of their own bodies is certainly still a ificant issue in View original tweet on Twitter But overall, the mood was celebratory, with the band charging through hits like Stop, Who Do You Think You Are and Wannabe like it was the first time they'd performed them.

Though this iconic group sadly no longer performs together or at least not oftentheir messages and songs are still as liberating as ever. The sound problems reported at the start of the tour were gone, although the group were sometimes drowned out by the sheer volume of 80, fans singing back at them.

It allows for show-stopping, determined women to feel proud of themselves, not ashamed. We're all very emotional. Young girls owned every album, learned each dance, had Spice World memorized, and collected paraphernalia from lollipops to dolls.

Instead, they had each other in stitches during a scrappy karaoke segment, where the musicians played snippets of Spice Girls' solo hits, only to discover the singers couldn't remember the words. From sex-positivity to body authenticity to the soke power of being a woman, these Spice Girls lyrics are still influential today.

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In "Move Over," a Generation-X anthemthey called upon all people of their generation to be educated and help move each other forward. Listening to their tracks at an older age will help fans understand just how so many of the Spice Girls lyrics were ahead of their time.

We had a little wager on who'd cry first. Even the unloved, post-Geri single Holler got a tropical overhaul that rendered it briefly tolerable. But back in the '90s, the Spice Girls knew ladies could totally kick butt and were capable of anything, even with their handbags and in heels.

Their fondness for each other was apparent throughout, with supportive hugs, gentle mockery and knowing glances the order of the day.