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The Spice Girls aren't getting back together, but they are getting the next best thing (or the next worst, depending on what you listened to in the '90s): a musical featuring the songs that made them stars.

"Viva Forever" is written by British comedian Jennifer Saunders and produced by the same people who brought you "Mamma Mia." "Mamma Mia," you might remember, was a musical based on ABBA songs that spawned a movie and scored an estimated eleventy billion dollars worldwide, so it makes sense to do the same with the Spice Girls. If it's just as successful, we can probably look forward to a never-ending barrage of similar musicals that recycle the fondly remembered hits that can still be milked for extra cash.

"Viva Forever" opens December 11 at the Piccadilly Theatre in London.

Music,nostalgia,nsync,Justin Timberlake,funny,c-watches
Via: bettyfelon
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Because who wouldn't want an animated Justin Timberlake on their wrist?

concert,darth vader,freddie mercury,live,nostalgia,star wars
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This epic meet-up went down in 1980, during Queen's tour promoting their new album The Game. I'm sure it made the part where Freddie croons "Mamaaaaaa..." during Bohemian Rhapsody that much more poignant.

Oh wait, the prequels weren't out yet. It was a simpler time.

Music,nostalgia,Macarena,lance bass,nsync,funny,los del rio
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When even an *NSYNC member- the group that gave us Digital Getdown- thought you needed to stop, you really needed to stop.

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