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The Project Pop Sensation Jess Glynne Chats About Touring With The Spice Girls
The Project Pop Sensation Jess Glynne Chats About Touring With The Spice Girls
You're watching The Project Pop Sensation Jess Glynne Chats About Touring With The Spice Girls Jess Glynne drops by the desk to chat about her upcoming tour, her first gig, touring the the Spice Girls and makes a bit announcement about debuting on an iconic Australian TV show.

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Pop Sensation Jess Glynne Chats About Touring With The Spice Girls

Fri 08 Feb 2019 in 3 weeks

Jess Glynne drops by the desk to chat about her upcoming tour, her first gig, touring the the Spice Girls and makes a bit announcement about debuting on an iconic Australian TV show.

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