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Spice Girls Reunite In London!

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Girl Power surged through the UK again this morning -- as all the members of the Spice Girls reunited in London.Mel B (Scary), Mel C (Sporty), Geri Halliwell (Ginger), Emma Bunton (Baby) and Victoria Beckham (Posh) got together for the first time since their 2008 tour today at the Renaissance Hotel -- where the group filmed their music video for "Wannabe."So ... why did the reunite?Sorry, don't expect them to be releasing new music together anytime soon. The girls met up for the press launch of "Viva Forever," a new musical written by Jennifer Saunders that revolves their music.The women all looked amazing at the event -- despite the lack of the Union Jack dresses and crazy platform heels that made them famous.How have some of the other female staples of "Total Request Live" held up through the years? See more pop stars from the '90s
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Minnillo joins 'ET' as correspondent

Minnillo joins 'ET' as correspondent
Vanessa Minnillo has joined Entertainment Tonight as a New York-based correspondent, reporting on film, television, music and fashion for the syndicated newsmagazine, which is distributed by Paramount Domestic Television. Minnillo also will continue in her role as co-host of MTV's Total Request Live, which she has been doing since 2003. "Vanessa's young personality and connection to the audience, matched with her experience and success on MTV's 'Total Request Live, ' makes her a perfect fit for 'Entertainment Tonight, ' " said Linda Bell Blue, executive producer of "ET." A former Miss Teen USA, Minnillo co-hosted the CBS Super Bowl preshow special "The Greatest Commercials: Super Bowl vs. The World" in February and also has hosted the WB Network's Top of the Pops.

Britney Wows Chilly New York

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Britney Wows Chilly New York
Britney Spears made MTV history in New York Monday night when she closed down the city's 44th Street and Broadway to perform live for the first time on hit show Total Request Live. Wearing extremely low-cut brown leather trousers, a midriff bearing top and a fedora hat, the pop superstar performed "Me Against The Music" and "Boom Boom," from her forthcoming album In The Zone, for thousands of fans who braved a chilly New York night to see Britney. Fans, who had gathered as early as 8am yesterday to make sure they had prime position for the two-song free concert, were rewarded by MTV staff when they were allowed to ask their heroine questions. Devotees held their questions, written on posters, aloft and Britney picked which ones to answer.

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