According to their website, the Spice girls, the mid 90âs group that set the stage for groups like the PussyCat Dolls, have reunited for a world tour. The “girl power” band will reportedly earn $20 million each for their part in the reunion. “Hey everybody!! We’re back!! Can you believe it!!” Ginger, Sporty, Posh, Scary and Baby Spice announced on their Web site. The Web site said the group had come together for a world tour and provided a link for fans to buy tickets in 11 cities across the world starting on December 7 in Los Angeles. The five-member band is the latest in a long line of pop acts to bury past differences and reform, hoping for success where many others have failed. The Spice Girls debut, “Wannabe”, released in 1996, went on to sell in excess of 53 million records, establishing the group as one of the most commercially successful and influential female bands. The group released three studio albums and 10 singles, and starred in the film Spiceworld, which grossed $75 million globally. In addition, Spice Girls merchandise helped to introduce the term “Girl Power” into popular discourse.