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The Spice Girls Are Reuniting, How to Get an A-List Butt and More From Around the Web

Anyone bummed that the Spice Girls wouldn't be taking the stage when their West End show premieres in the fall can rest easy because the girls may be back for real. After discussing plans for a Spice Girls comeback tour, Victoria Beckham fueled rumors that the band will reunite for the closing ceremonies of the London Olympics. [Vogue UK]

What Cher Horowitz and the gang would be up to if Clueless came out in 2012. [BuzzFeed]

Prince Harry is reportedly dating Burberry model Cressida Bonas. Collective transatlantic sigh. [Huffington Post]

Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak, who has worked with everyone from Lady Gaga to Katy Perry, shares his secrets to getting a backside worthy of some paparazzi attention. [People]

Just when we thought sparkly mermaid tails were an isolated trend, UK company TellTails is here to offer "butt additions" to help you look like dogs, dinosaurs and squirrels. [Styleite]

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