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Tuesday 2 September 2014

Geri Halliwell 'open to fairytale ending'

Geri Halliwell

Geri Halliwell is "really open to relationships and marriage."

The 40-year-old Spice Girls crooner is mother to six-year-old daughter Bluebell with filmmaker and screenwriter Sacha Gervasi.

Geri dated businessman Henry Beckwith for three years before they split and enjoyed a brief romance with Katy Perry's ex-husband Russell Brand in September.

The star doesn't view her previous affairs as failures.

"The deal is, I'm really open to relationships and marriage," she told British newspaper the Mirror.

"I'd like to think there was a fairytale ending for me and I'm very open to it.

"You'll have to ask me that when I'm 90-years-old and I'll let you know the answer."

Spice Girls musical Viva Forever! will debut in London December 11.

Geri is excited about the show and is elated that the band's songs remain relevant.

"When we got to see the first run-through, it was just incredible," she gushed.

"I was very tearful and couldn't control it. It was so emotional watching our songs being interpreted on stage.

"It was like, who would've thought our songs would be here like this 16 years later. I'm really proud because this show displays our songs in a natural, glorious way."

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