Open Post: Hosted By The Spice Girls Airbnb Bus

May 18, 2019 / Posted by:

Does Spirit have cheap flights to the UK next month? The Spice Girls bus, the one they drove around in the seminal Spice World movie, is an Airbnb now! You can sleep in it! You can pretend to be Posh, or Baby, or Scary, or Butch, or the infantile one! The Tower of London ain’t got shit on The Spice Girls bus!

USA Today says that there’s a catch, though. You can only stay in it for the month of June. They’re offering it as an Airbnb location to coincide with the Spice Girls reunion show at Wembley Stadium. Make it a permanent place for people to spice up their lives, you fools!

Suzanne Godley is a Spice Girls mega-stan, and she’s the one who listed it.

“The Spice Girls were my childhood obsession,” Godley said in a statement. “My parents were subjected to my tone-deaf performances as Baby Spice, and I must have watched the Spice World movie hundreds of times. And while I have grown up over the years, I don’t think I’ve ever grown out of my love for them.”

Suzanne’s boss is the actual owner. But she helped out with the renovations. Renovations? What needed to be renovated? Unless there were stains from Spice Girls orgies and people would want those for authenticity!

“We’ve worked hard over the past few months to turn the bus into a home, in keeping with its legacy, and I’m so excited to open it up to the public with the support of Airbnb,” she added.

Here’s the description:

The bus will be located in the Wembley Park area of London and will be available to book for June 14 and 15 for roughly $127 per night, starting May 22 at 8 a.m. local time. It features “pink Union Jack cinema chairs below a ‘Girl Power’ neon light installation, and is fully stocked with vintage ’90s magazines and CDs.

It will only host three and no pets are allowed. People in the UK better stock up on batteries and tampons. May 22 is the day that the UK’s power is going to go out when the entire country logs on to try and book the Spice Bus. Screw the Brexit, this is the shit the Brits need to worry about.

Actually, screw it. There’s no wi-fi. Nevermind.

Pic: Airbnb

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