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Geri Halliwell
File:Geri Halliwell attends New Year's Eve Party.jpg
Halliwell in 2016
Geraldine Estelle Halliwell

(1972-08-06) 6 August 1972 (age 51)[1][2][3][4]
Watford, Hertfordshire, England
Other namesGinger Spice
  • Singer-songwriter
  • author
  • actress
  • fashion designer
  • model
  • television personality
Years active1994–present
Christian Horner
(m. 2015)
<templatestyles src="Module:Infobox/styles.css"></templatestyles>Musical career
  • Virgin
  • EMI
  • Capitol
  • Innocent
  • Sony Music Australia
Associated actsSpice Girls

Geraldine Estelle "Geri" Horner (English pronunciation: ; née Halliwell; born 6 August 1972) is an English pop singer-songwriter, clothes designer, author and actress. Halliwell came to international prominence in the 1990s as Ginger Spice, a member of the successful girl group the Spice Girls; together they sold over 80 million records worldwide, making them the best selling girl group of all time.[5][6] In 1998 Halliwell left the Spice Girls, though she rejoined the group when they reunited in 2007. Halliwell reportedly amassed a $30 million fortune during her last two years in the group.[7]

In 1999, Halliwell launched her solo career and released her debut album Schizophonic, which spawned three number ones at the UK Singles Chart, "Mi Chico Latino", "Lift Me Up", and "Bag It Up", while the lead single "Look at Me" peaked at number two. In 2001, Halliwell released her second album Scream If You Wanna Go Faster; the first single, "It's Raining Men", peaked at number one in the UK and went on to become Halliwell's biggest hit of her career. She released her third studio album Passion in 2005. Halliwell has been nominated for four Brit Awards (in 2000 and 2002).

After a few years of relative obscurity, in April 2010, Halliwell announced that she had started working on new music.[8] In April 2013, the Nine Network announced that she would become the fourth judge on Australia's Got Talent.[9] On 12 September 2013, it was announced that Halliwell would return to the music industry in Australia with the release of her first solo single in nearly eight years, "Half of Me".[10] With 11 number-one singles (seven as part of the Spice Girls and four as a solo artist), she is the female singer with the third-most number-one singles in UK Singles Chart history.

Early life[]

Geraldine Estelle Halliwell was born at Watford General Hospital, Hertfordshire, to Laurence Francis Halliwell (1922–1993), who was of English and Swedish descent, and his Spanish wife Ana María (née Hidalgo), who is a native of Huesca. Halliwell grew up on a council estate in North Watford.[11] She was educated at Watford Grammar School for Girls and Camden School for Girls.[12]

Before starting her music career, Halliwell had worked as a nightclub dancer in Majorca,[11] as a presenter on the Turkish version of Let's Make a Deal,[11] and as a glamour model.[11] At the age of 19, she appeared in The Sun as a Page 3 girl. Following her rise to fame with the Spice Girls, nude photos of Halliwell were republished in a number of magazines in 1992 and 1996 including Playboy and Penthouse.[13][14]

Musical career[]

1994–1998: Spice Girls[]

Main article: Spice Girls

In 1994 Halliwell, along with Melanie Chisholm, Melanie Brown and Victoria Beckham, responded to an advertisement in The Stage magazine.[15] Around 400 women answered the ad and auditioned at Dance Works studios. After a couple of initial line-up changes, Halliwell, Chisholm, Brown, and Beckham (née Adams) eventually became the members of the group, along with Emma Bunton. The group felt insecure about the lack of a contract and were frustrated by the direction in which Heart Management was steering them and, in October 1994, armed with a catalogue of demos and dance routines, they began touring management agencies. They persuaded Bob Herbert to set up a showcase performance for the group in front of industry writers, producers and A&R men in December 1994 at the Nomis Studios in Shepherd's Bush where they received an "overwhelmingly positive" reaction.[16] Due to the large interest in the group, the Herberts quickly set about creating a binding contract for the group. Encouraged by the reaction they had received at the Nomis showcase, all five members delayed signing contracts on the legal advice from, amongst others, Adams' father Anthony Adams. In March 1995, because of the group's frustration at their management's unwillingness to listen to their visions and ideas, they parted with Heart Management.

The group began a relationship with Simon Fuller of 19 Entertainment and finally signed with him in March 1995. During the summer of that year the group toured record labels in London and Los Angeles with Fuller and finally signed a deal with Virgin Records in September 1995. From this point on, up to summer 1996, the group continued to write and record tracks for their debut album while extensively touring the west coast of the United States, where they had signed a publishing deal with Windswept Pacific. On 7 June 1996, the Spice Girls released their debut single, "Wannabe", in the United Kingdom. In the weeks leading up to the release, the video for "Wannabe" got a trial airing on The Box music channel. The song proved to be a global hit, reaching number 1 in 37 countries,[17] becoming the biggest-selling single by an all-female group of all time.[18] It was followed by nine further number-1 singles from their albums Spice, Spiceworld and Forever.[19] Each member of the group received a nickname from the media. Halliwell was named "Ginger Spice". Other successful releases followed, including "Say You'll Be There" and "2 Become 1" from Spice, and "Spice Up Your Life", "Too Much" and "Viva Forever" from Spiceworld.[20]

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Halliwell (centre of photo) performing live with the Spice Girls in Canada

On 31 May 1998, Halliwell announced that she had left the Spice Girls due to depression and differences between the group.[21] The first official confirmation was an announcement to the media by her solicitor on 31 May. Her action aroused controversy, her former group being due to embark on a North American tour, which they eventually completed without her.[22] Although she had already left the group, the Spice Girls released "Viva Forever", the final music video to feature Halliwell's likeness, plus a one-off supergroup called England United for the official England FC song (Jo Whiley introduced the band saying " Geri as a substitute"). After she left, the other girls co-wrote a few songs about her, which appeared on their album Forever: "Goodbye", "Tell Me Why" and "Let Love Lead the Way".[23] The group is among the best-selling girl groups of all time, selling over 75 million albums.[24][25]

1999–2006: Schizophonic, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster and Passion[]

In 1999, one year after leaving the group, Halliwell launched her solo career and released her debut album Schizophonic, with the lead single "Look at Me", produced by Absolute and Phil Bucknall. "Look at Me" was followed by further number ones at the UK Singles Chart, "Mi Chico Latino", "Lift Me Up", and "Bag It Up". The album itself reached a peak at number four in the United Kingdom, and sold 600,000 copies there, making it 2× Platinum.[26] Halliwell was nominated at BRIT Awards ceremony in 2000, for Best British Female Solo Artist and Best Pop Act, she also performed "Bag It Up" during the show, emerging between giant inflatable legs, ripping off her shirt and walking in stiletto heels over the backs of topless pink-haired men whilst performing the song. Schizophonic debuted at number 42 on the Billboard 200 before dropping out within the next month.[27] The album was eventually certified Gold, distributing over 500,000 copies.[28] The album ended up selling around three million copies worldwide, and remains Halliwell's biggest selling album to date.[29]

In 2001, Halliwell followed up with her second album, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster, the album peaked at number 5 in the United Kingdom, and sold 200,000 copies there and was certified Gold. It included her cover version of the Weather Girls' 1983 hit, "It's Raining Men", was also used on the Bridget Jones's Diary film soundtrack, and the video game, DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix. The song was released as the lead single from the album. "It's Raining Men" became a major hit worldwide, it peaked at number 1 in the United Kingdom and peaked in the top 10 in over 27 countries, becoming Halliwell's biggest hit to date. The song won her the International Song of the Year award at the 2002 NRJ Music Awards. The song originally been added to the album at the last minute, and another song, "Feels Like Sex", had already been slated as the lead single. The singles that followed, "Scream If You Wanna Go Faster" and "Calling", reached number eight and number seven in the United Kingdom, respectively. Halliwell released a special French edition of "Calling", titled "Au Nom de L'amour". Scream If You Wanna Go Faster achieved lower success outside the United Kingdom than Schizophonic and was not released in the United States.[citation needed] In 2002, Halliwell was once again nominated at the BRIT Awards, this time for Best British Female Solo Artist and Best British Single for "It's Raining Men". Scream If You Wanna Go Faster has sold a little less than 1,300,000 copies worldwide.[29] In 2002, Halliwell was featured alongside Pete Waterman and Louis Walsh as a judge on the television series Popstars: The Rivals, which created Girls Aloud.[30]

In late 2004, Halliwell made a return to music with the single "Ride It", which reached number four in the United Kingdom and number one on the dance charts. However, several months elapsed before another single was released, during which time she was apparently instructed to record some new tracks for the as yet unreleased album by her record company, which was unhappy with the setlist. Halliwell planned her first solo tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland, but due to lack of ticket sales, compounded by the label's pressure on Halliwell to record additional songs, led to the cancellation of the tour.[31][32] Eventually, a new single, "Desire", was released on 30 May 2005, reaching number 22 in the UK Singles Chart and number one on the UK Dance Charts. Released shortly after, the source album, Passion, similarly received little attention from the public or critics, and stalled at number 41 in the British charts. Halliwell's recording contract with EMI was subsequently not renewed, and in subsequent interviews, Halliwell stated that she was not interested in recording another album at that time and was content with writing children's books and being a mother.

2007–2015: Spice Girls reunion, Australia's Got Talent and success in literature[]

On 12 April 2007, it was announced that Halliwell had signed a six-book deal with Macmillan Children's Books.[33] The books follow the adventures of nine-year-old Ugenia, a character based on Halliwell,[34] alongside her friends Bronte, Rudy and Trevor.[35] The character Princess Posh Vattoria, a caricature of Halliwell's bandmate Victoria Beckham, was featured in early drafts but has not appeared in the book series.[36] Other characters are said by Halliwell to be loosely based on Gordon Ramsay,[37] George Michael,[38] Marilyn Monroe,[39] Vincent van Gogh,[39] Wayne Rooney[40] and the character Justin Suarez from the TV series Ugly Betty.[40] According to the official site, the book sold more than 250,000 copies in its first 5 months making its author Halliwell 2008's most successful female celebrity children's author.[41][42][43][44][45]

In 2007, the Spice Girls re-grouped and announced plans for a reunion tour,[25] from which they were said to have earned £10 million each (approximately $20 million).[46] The team's members said that they were still enjoying doing their "own thing".[47] The group decided to tour as a quintet for the last time and release their first compilation album, a collection of their Greatest Hits. This album was released in early November 2007, and the tour began on 2 December 2007. During the reformation film maker Bob Smeaton directed an official film of the tour, which he titled Spice Girls: Giving You Everything.[48] As well as their sell-out tour, the Spice Girls were contracted to appear in Tesco advertisements, for which they were paid £1 million each.[49] In March 2010 vocal coach and singer Carrie Grant announced on ITV1's The Alan Titchmarsh Show that Halliwell would be making a return to music. In April 2010, Halliwell posted a message on her website, saying she was back in the studio and referring to Lady Gaga as one of her influences.[50] In May 2011, reports suggested that Halliwell would be making a return to music.[51] On 31 July 2011, Halliwell confirmed she had been working on her fourth album, stating of it, "The album's pretty much finished."[8]

File:Geri Halliwell in concert (2007) (3).jpg

Halliwell performing "It's Raining Men" on 4 December 2007 on the Return of The Spice Girls Tour

In February 2012, Halliwell announced that the fourth album was being mastered.[52] In August 2012, she reunited with The Spice Girls to perform as a quintet for the last time at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in London. This was the last Spice Girls concert to feature Victoria Beckham and Mel C. In 2010, Halliwell stood in for Dannii Minogue as a guest judge on The X Factor at the Glasgow auditions alongside Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Cheryl Cole,[53] and she returned again in 2012 as a guest judge at the Liverpool auditions alongside Walsh, Gary Barlow and Tulisa Contostavlos. In October 2012, Halliwell made her first solo performance in seven years at the Breast Cancer Care, debuting a new track, called "Phenomenal Woman".[54][55] In January 2013, Halliwell claimed that she had decided to shelve the album she had finished in order to continue writing and recording, moving in a different style direction. In April 2013, the Nine Network announced that she would become the fourth judge on Australia's Got Talent.[9]

On 5 September 2013, it was confirmed by Channel 9's NRL Footy Show (one of the longest running shows in Australia) that Halliwell would be performing a world exclusive of "Half of Me", her first solo single in nearly eight years, at its Grand Final Show. The performance took place on 3 October 2013, exactly one year after her last exhibition with new material at the Breast Cancer Care Show. On 12 September 2013, it was announced that the song "Half of Me" would be released exclusively in Australia, as part of a new deal with Sony Music Australia.[10] The single was released on 25 October 2013 and reached number 281 in the Australian charts.[56] Halliwell then took to her official blog to write about her[57] upsetting experience back in the music business and hinted of possibly retiring for good. On the grand final of Australia's Got Talent, she performed an acoustic version of the Spice Girls' hit single "Wannabe".[58]

2016: Spice Girls GEM and fourth album[]

As of 2016, Halliwell is working on new material for her fourth studio album, which has yet to be released after multiple delays.[59][60] Three tracks were confirmed as of September 2015: "Love and Light", "Phenomenal Woman", and "Sheriff".[61][62]

In 2016 Geri Halliwell, Mel B, and Emma Bunton reunited for the 20th anniversary of The Spice Girls debut album and are working on new music.[63] Former Spice Girls members Victoria Beckham and Melanie C opted to not take part in the reunion to focus on their own careers.[64] During an interview with James Corden on "Late Late Show" Mel B announced that The Spice Girls will go on tour again for the 20th anniversary of their debut album. Victoria Beckham and Melanie C gave Mel B, Emma, and Geri their blessing to reunite and go on tour without them.[65] The Spice Girls are working on releasing a new single.[66]

In November 2016, 13 songs from Halliwell's fourth album, reportedly titled Man on the Mountain, were leaked onto the internet, including the previously confirmed tracks: "Love and Light", "Phenomenal Woman", and "Sheriff".[67]

Non-musical works[]

In 1999, she wrote an autobiography If Only, in which described her life as a Spice Girl.[30] In the same year she became a representative for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).[68] Halliwell appeared in a 90-minute documentary Geri for the British television channel Channel 4 by Molly Dineen.[69] In 2000 Halliwell appeared in the two-part documentary series Geri's World Walkabout for the BBC, which followed her work with the UN and other travels. Halliwell picked up further UN work in 2006, by visiting Zambia from 14–16 November, to promote greater international awareness of the urgent need to reduce maternal death and halt the spread of HIV/AIDS.[citation needed] In the run-up to the 1997 UK General Election, Halliwell declared: "I saw a lot of what Mrs Thatcher did. She was definitely the original Spice Girl rising from the greengrocer's daughter to Prime Minister." She claimed that her background was deeply rooted in support for the Conservative Party and that Thatcher was the pioneer of 'Girl Power' and the spiritual sixth member of the Spice Girls. She claimed in 1996 that Tony Blair was "not a safe pair of hands for the economy".[70]


Halliwell at a book signing in 2008

By the 2001 general election Halliwell had switched her support to Tony Blair and the Labour Party, making a cameo appearance in one of their party election broadcasts.[71] In 2002 she released her second autobiography, Just for the Record, detailing her rise to fame and her turbulent celebrity lifestyle.[30] She has also released two Yoga DVDs with her yoga teacher Katy Appleton, Geri Yoga and Geri Body Yoga.[72] In the United States, Halliwell appeared as a judge on the reality programme All American Girl and as a guest reporter on celebrity-based series Extra. She has also made appearances in the television series Sex and the City and in the 2004 film Fat Slags, based on characters from Viz Magazine. In 2004, Halliwell appeared on Channel Five as one of the hosts of the Party in the Park event for the Prince's Trust, the presenter and main performer of the Tickled Pink Girls' night in Live! event and an appearance in a documentary There's Something About Geri.[30]

On 12 April 2007, it was announced that Halliwell had signed a six-book deal with Macmillan Children's Books.[33] The books follow the adventures of nine-year-old Ugenia, a character based on Halliwell,[34] alongside her friends Bronte, Rudy and Trevor.[35] The character Princess Posh Vattoria, a caricature of Halliwell's bandmate Victoria Beckham, was featured in early drafts but has not appeared in the book series.[36] Other characters are said by Halliwell to be loosely based on Gordon Ramsay,[37] George Michael,[38] Marilyn Monroe,[39] Vincent van Gogh,[39] Wayne Rooney[40] and the character Justin Suarez from the TV series Ugly Betty.[40] According to the official site, the book sold more than 250,000 copies in its first 5 months making its author Halliwell 2008's most successful female celebrity children's author.[41][42][43][44][45] Halliwell appeared in the film Crank: High Voltage alongside her friend, actor John Damon, and on the BBC 1's The One Show on 7 May 2009.[73]

On 25 October 2015, the Mail on Sunday reported that Halliwell had been in talks with the Department for Education with a view to establishing a free school in north London, scheduled to open in 2018 and specialising in the arts and business. Halliwell told the newspaper: "I believe in education. It’s an empowering fundamental human right that everyone deserves. Education is a foundation for life." The Department subsequently confirmed that it had spoken with Halliwell, but that discussions were at an early stage.[74] Halliwell appeared on episode three of the 2016 series of Sport Relief Bake Off.[75]

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Halliwell and Horner in London in April 2016

Personal life[]

Halliwell gave birth to her daughter, Bluebell Madonna, in May 2006. Her father is screenwriter Sacha Gervasi whom Halliwell dated in 2005. Victoria Beckham and Emma Bunton are godmothers.[76] Halliwell began dating Christian Horner, the Team Principal of the Red Bull Racing Formula One team in February 2014; and the couple were married in May 2015 at St Mary's Church in Woburn, Bedfordshire.[77][78] In October 2016, Halliwell revealed that she and Horner were expecting their first child together.[79]

Halliwell has spoken out about her experiences of bulimia saying that she came close to death, weighing just 7 stone (98 lb; 44 kg), and was advised by Robbie Williams to seek medical help.[80][81] In 2011 she spoke of being comfortable with her body and credits her newly healthy relationship with food to motherhood.[82]

Halliwell gave birth to her second child, a son, named Montague George Hector Horner, on 21 January 2017. This is her first child with Horner.[83][84]

Halliwell converted to Christianity after previously being an agnostic.[85]


Main article: Geri Halliwell discography
  • Schizophonic (1999)
  • Scream If You Wanna Go Faster (2001)
  • Passion (2005)


  • 1999: If Only
  • 2002: Just for the Record
  • 2008: Ugenia Lavender


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Dance Energy Herself Uncredited; only as dancer-stagehand
1991 Let's Make a Deal Herself Uncredited; only as dancer-stagehand
1999 100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll Presenter TV show
Al Salir de Clase Herself "Duelo en las calles" (Episode 63; Season 3)
"Rebelión en las aulas" (Episode 65; Season 3)
2002 Bo' Selecta! Various roles "Geri Halliwell" (Episode 4; Season 1)
Popstars: The Rivals Mentor/Herself/Judge Season 1
2003 All American Girl Mentor/Herself/Judge Season 1
Sex and the City Phoebe Herrison "Boy, Interrupted" (Episode 10; Season 6)
2004 Top Gear Herself "5.2" (Episode 2; Season 5)
2008 Friday Night Project Presenter/Sely/Lissandra Episode 5; Season 6
American Idol Mentor/Herself/Judge Episode 30; Season 7
2009 Head Case Susan Galler "Back in the Game" (Episode 5; Season 3)
2010 Come Fly With Me Herself "Pilot" (Episode 1; Season 1)
2010 The X Factor Herself/Judge Season 7 (Glasgow auditions judge)
2012 The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever Herself Documentary about the Spice Girls
2012 Trollied Herself "2012 Christmas Special"
2012 The X Factor Herself/Judge Season 9 (Liverpool auditions judge)
2013 Australia's Got Talent Herself/Judge Series 7
2015 The One Show Herself/Co-presenter Guest presenter for 1 episode
2016 The Great Sport Relief Bake Off Herself/Contestant 1 episode
Year Title Role Notes
1995 Foggy Notion Sami Main role
1997 Spiceworld Ginger Spice
1999 Geri – A Film by Molly Dineen Herself TV film; documentary
2000 Geri's World Walkabouts Herself TV film; documentary
TherapyTemplate:Relevance inline Amy Sulivan Unreleased[86]
2004 Fat Slags: The Film Paige Stonach Voice; Animation film
2005 There's Something About Geri Herself TV film; Documentary
2007 Giving You Everything Herself TV film; Documentary
2009 Crank 2: High Voltage Karen Chelios
Ant & Dec's Christmas Show Geri Doll TV film
2012 Viva Forever – The Spice Girls Story Herself TV movie; Documentary

Awards and nominations[]

Year Award Category For Result Notes
1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favourite Actress – Comedy Spiceworld Nominated Shared with the Spice Girls
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Female Nominated
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party Hero of 1999 Nominated
2000 Brit Awards Best British Female Solo Artist Nominated
Best Pop Act Nominated
Capital FM Awards Best British Female Singer Won
2001 Comet Awards Best International Female Singer Won
2002 Brit Awards Best British Female Solo Artist Nominated
Best British Single "It's Raining Men" Nominated
NRJ Music Awards International Song of the Year "It's Raining Men" Won
International Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2008 Bestselling female celebrity children's author of 2008 Ugenia Lavender Won
2016 Attitude Awards Honourary Gay Won


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