November 21 [10:00 EDT] -- Rumors about the Spice Girls' future continue to fly around Great Britain, prompting the Girls to take to BBC Radio One to set the record straight.
According to a report from Britain's Press Association, the Girls turned up on Radio One's "Breakfast Show" recently to dispel a number of rumors, including one that had Ginger Spice Geri Halliwell replacing the recently dispatched Simon Fuller as the group's manager.
The group reportedly said there was "no way" that Geri would take over for Fuller, who himself was dismissed earlier this month, sparking an avalanche of speculation and rumors. The popsters also reportedly dismissed reports that the group's days are numbered. "We are stronger than ever," the Girls reportedly told the radio show.
After a particularly rough stretch last week, things seem to be looking up for the Girls. While their latest effort, "Spiceworld," sold only 83,000 copies in its first week in stores, the Girls got
a bit of a bump in the album¹s second week, selling more than 100,000 copies.