Following the band's first tour date, disappointed concert-goers quickly shared on social media that they weren't impressed with the sound quality and now actual Scary Spice herself (otherwise known as Mel B) has acknowledged the complaints on Instagram.
"Hey guys, thank you for attending our show tonight in Dublin," she shared on her Stories early this morning (May 25). "We will see you in Cardiff and hopefully the vocals and the sound will be much, much better."
Meanwhile, ahead of the first date of the tour, Geri Horner revealed that she'd gone back to her Ginger Spice roots by revealing her Spice World tour makeover, excitedly teasing "Ginger is back!" as she did so.
During the show, the star also showcased a new 2019 take on her iconic Union Jack dress, which turned it from the micro-mini skirt of the '90s into a floor-length ballroom gown.
Posting on Instagram, Geri also shared a close up of the dress and revealed all the hidden details that had been designed into the costume.
"The Union Jack dress belongs to us all," she wrote. "A family of houses, unified. An evolution of girl power.
"Lion – courage of Ginger. Bird – peace of Baby. Leopard – protection of Scary. Panther – strength of Sporty. Lily – elegance of Posh."