Australian concert promoters reportedly offer a huge amount of money in order for Spice Girls to visit Australia in 12 dates.
Demands keep pouring in for Spice Girls' reunion tour that a huge amount of money is offered to extend it. The band are reportedly to take as many as $4 million, each, should they agree to perform in 12 dates in Australia.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper, "The girls have a massive fan base in Australia and concert promoters are offering them a huge amount of cash to perform there. Everyone in Oz has been reading about the show and now want a piece of the action."
The plan is for them to perform in several major cities like Sydney, Perth and Brisbane in March, soon after they wrap up the latest scheduled performance on February 29 in Atlantic City, U.S.
Meanwhile, another injury has caused a problem in the tour. After Emma Bunton twisted her ankle back in December 2007, Melanie Brown is having the same case. Band mate Geri Halliwell said, "Mel B got so drunk she fell down a flight of stairs and twisted her ankle, so she won't be busting the moves out tonight." They are currently serving dates at London's O2.