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Victoria Beckham 'Crashed' Ticketmaster ahead of reunion tour

Victoria does not want to join the girls on tour (Picture: PA Wire / PA Images)

Cheeky fans are convinced that Victoria Beckham is 'the mastermind behind the absolute'.

It was a stressful situation and not everyone came out of it and slammed it to the left because they were having a good time.

As fans rush to spit up for the long-awaited reunion.

Despite the announcement claiming tickets at 10.30am, the queues opened at 10.28am – leaving fans scrambling.

Fans on social media complained that they were kicking out of the Ticketmaster queue, with the website declaring: 'Something's gone wrong.'

Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice, the only Spice Girl packing her bags for the 2019 tour.

A couple of Twitter users bantered about how they could imagine Victoria striking her famous 'leg pose' as she tampered with websites selling the tickets.

Casually scrolling through her phone (Picture: Victoria Beckham / Instagram)

Another smiling young woman is smiling and looking at the computer screen.

One hilarious user tweeted: 'Prime Suspect REVEALED in hunt to find who crashed Ticketmaster during the Spice Girls sale.'

Admittedly, it's pretty funny … if you are one of the lucky few to get a ticket.

When Metro.co.uk tries to get away, it's not you, it's us. "

And within minutes of the resale sites, with tickets going up to £ 1,000.

The tickets on Viagogo started from £ 140, despite the tickets starting at £ 66 on official sites.

Luckily for those who missed out, there were new dates added at 11am.

Wembley Stadium on 14 June as well as 15 June, while they will be playing the Etihad Stadium in Manchester twice on 31 May and 1 June.

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This will be the band's first tour since their reunion in 2007 and 2008, and their first performance together since the London Olympics' closing ceremony in 2012.

However, Victoria will not be joining Emma Bunton, Mel C, Mel B and Geri Horner for the tour.

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