Spice Girls will reportedly have a song written by U2's Bono so that their album can sell high.
Bono has come to Spice Girls' rescue. The U2 frontman is reportedly writing a song that will help catapulting the success of the reunited group's 'Greatest Hits' album.
The song is not yet titled but is set to appear in the album that will be released on November 5. The girls management feels that Bono's involvement will boost the sale of the album.
A 'source' told Britain's Daily Mirror, "There's been a bit of unease as to how the album will perform and if there's still a solid Spice Girls' fan base out there. However Bono's involvement has lifted the whole camp and he's delighted to have been asked and add his experience."
Meanwhile, their tour that will start December 7 in Los Angeles has sold out within 38 seconds. Tickets have since gone up to 500 pounds a piece on eBay.
Due to the high demand, organizers have added three extra dates at London's O2 Arena. They will now perform on December 15, 16 and 18 as well.