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Spice Girls star Geri Horner's wild love life - David Walliams and Duncan James flings
Spice Girls.Alongside Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Melanie C and Melanie B - the five-piece went on to have a slew of hits and fast became the biggest girl band to grace our airwaves. Known as Ginger Spice, Geri was a hit with the band's fans, but broke their hearts when she announced she was departing.READ MORE:Spice Girl Geri Horner's hottest snaps ever - PVC corset, tiny bikini and knicker flashOn May 31, 1998, Geri broke the sad news through her solicitor that she had left the Spice Girls due to depression and differences within the group.But aside from her glam life as a popstar, Geri has had a pretty hectic love life - filled with high profiled flings and relationships with fellow famous faces.Here at Daily Star, to celebrate Geri's 50th birthday today, we're taking a look into her most prolific flings and relationships...Ah, the perfect pairing - a boyband heartthrob and a girl band bombshell.In 2004, this dreamy pairing occurred after the pair presented Party in the Park.The Blue singer then took Geri on a slew of dates before he confided in her to reveal one of his deepest secrets.Revealing his sexuality to her, Geri was trusted enough by Duncan to allow him to reveal all.He later went on to tell Gay Star News: "I used to fancy the pants off Geri.
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Spice Girls’ Geri Horner to receive honorary doctorate for her philanthropic work
Spice Girls star Geri Horner will receive an honorary doctorate award from Sheffield Hallam University for her work championing children, young people and women’s rights.The 49-year-old singer, known to fans as Ginger Spice, will collect her award at a degree ceremony in November, where more than 12,000 students will be graduating from the university this year.Geri said it was a ‘great privilege’ to be honoured and described education as a ‘superpower’.‘I sincerely believe education is a superpower, supporting young people with the confidence, perspective and experience to pursue their life goals and dreams,’ she exclaimed.‘I’m delighted to receive the award and very much look forward to returning to Sheffield Hallam for the graduation ceremony later this year.’She recently visited the campus to meet vice-chancellor, Professor Sir Chris Husbands, and students in media, arts and communication.‘Geri Halliwell-Horner’s contribution to raising the aspirations of children and young people alongside her commitment to promoting women’s rights align closely with the university’s mission to transform lives,’ Sir Chris enthused.‘I am delighted that she has accepted our offer to award her an honorary doctorate in recognition of her philanthropic work, and look forward to welcoming her to our community.’Darwin Nunez explains decision to pick Liverpool over Manchester United'We should send you to Rwanda' emerging as new racist slur ahead of deportationsNetflix announces real-life Squid Game competition show with biggest ever cash prizeGeri shot to fame in the 1990s as part of the Spice Girls, who scored nine number one singles and two number one albums during their pomp.She is also vice-patron of Breast Cancer Care, inaugural
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