Peoplenews.com reports Geri Halliwell’s romance with Coffee Republic millionaire Bobby Hashemi may be in trouble after she made the suggestion that the two should move in together. A friend revealed, “Bobby doesn’t want to rush things – he wants to keep hold of his freedom and it is far, far too early to be thinking about moving in together.”
Geri Has Her Own Math
December 6, 2001 – The Mirror reports ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell was overheard talking about her album saying, “I was listening to my album and I started thinking, this is really good. I like it and a million other people bought it and thought the same.” Problem is, Halliwell’s album only sold 120,000 copies.
Ex-Spice Girl Tells All To Donny Osmond
November 28, 2001 – Ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell talked with Donny Osmond on GMTV Wednesday where the singer admits to sitting in a freezing bath every morning following a hot shower, “You don’t need a face lift, just get in a cold bath.” Geri also talked about her Christianity study of late.
Geri’s Play For Pay Upsets Some
November 19, 2001 – Allpop reports Geri Halliwell is stirring up some controversy with Britain’s Conservative party because of the price Britain’s Ministry of Defense is said to have paid to get the singer to perform for British troops. Bernard Jenkin of the party blasted, “Wealthy performers can and should perform for free. Taxpayers should not be splashing out large sums of money unnecessarily.” Geri’s spokesman, Jonathan Hackford, insists she wasn’t paid and revealed, “Geri actually ended up out-of-pocket after having to personally pay stage crew and several dancers who flew in from Italy.”
Halliwell Incident A DJ Concocted Publicity Stunt
November 5, 2001 – News.com.au reports the decision by Geri Halliwell to back out of the Rumba festival in Australia was made well before her much publicized interview with Kyle and Jackie O. Geri had pulled out according to insiders, because of concerns over terror attacks in the U.S. on September 11. Halliwell didn’t use that as her official reason, rather the need to promote her new single in the U.K.