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Spice Girls say it's about 'people power', not girl power – and we should all back Theresa May

The T-shirt, which the Spice Girls announced during their appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show yesterday, is available to purchase online via Represent, priced at just under £20. So anything that we can do to help, as simple as donating to the many organisations that are collecting supplies, no form of help is too small.

Geri later said: 'If we use the word feminism, OK, look it up in the dictionary and it means the equalisation between women and men.

'The a year ago was very dark, the whole #MeToo thing, but it had to happen. The former Spice Girl poked fun at Paves, chiding, "Why are we doing this Ken?"

"She just didn't want to do it".

Ginger Spice then revealed that she backed Prime Minister Theresa May adding that she did not have an "easy position". "We recently found out that charities focused on issues faced by women don't get the funding that they desperately need, so launching a campaign to raise funds for these issues is incredibly important to us and an area we want to support".

"Ehhh point sort of missed", thought the people.

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The singer-turned-fashion designer was honoured at the ceremony with the Fashion Icon Award and pinned her eponymous label's success to the girl power mantra she lived by at the height of the Spice Girls' popularity in the 1990s.

They went on to sell 85 million albums worldwide. "I know they will put on an incredible show and the fantastic fans past and present are going to have a wonderful time!"

Another felt Posh could save the day, as they added: 'Victoria!

She also referenced the Spice Girls" famous track "Wannabe" as she told the crowd: "I always told myself, "Dream big, and then dream even bigger.' And I wanted to show that, if I can do it, then really anyone can do it". 'Not because they were frightened of offending anyone but because they had fans that weren't only young girls.

We get that the band has a whole bunch of male fans yes.

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