Wednesday, November 30

Geri Horner leaves viewers unimpressed with ‘forced’ Party at the Palace message to the Queen


‘From Ginger Spice to Cringer Spice’: Geri Horner leaves viewers unimpressed with ‘forced’ Party at the Palace message to the Queen during star-studded Platinum Jubilee concert

Geri Horner left viewers unimpressed on Saturday evening after a ‘forced’ Party at the Palace message to the queen during star-studded Platinum Jubilee concert

The Spice Girl – best known as Ginger Spice – was one of many famous faces to who sent a video tribute to mark her 70 years on the throne.

The 49-year-old started her short speech with: ‘Our Queen, kind, loving, strong, serving our country, the Commonwealth, uniting us all together.

Awkward! Geri Horner left viewers unimpressed on Saturday evening after a 'forced' Party at the Palace message to the queen during star-studded Platinum Jubilee concert

Awkward! Geri Horner left viewers unimpressed on Saturday evening after a ‘forced’ Party at the Palace message to the queen during star-studded Platinum Jubilee concert

The star – who didn’t show much emotion on her face – added: ‘Always putting others before yourself, you’re truly inspirational, inside and out, we thank you…we love you.’

Geri cut a chic figure in a lace white top, while her shiny auburn tresses were styled in loose waves.

Fans were quick to share their negative opinions to Twitter, as one wrote: ‘Geri Horner has gone from ginger spice to cringer spice’

A second said: ‘Watching Geri Horner doing a tribute!!! What an embarrassment. Didn’t seem sincere, more forced and written for her’

Another added: ‘Dear God. Geri Halliwell has already forced me to put Netflix on and it hasn’t even started yet.’

One harsh Twitter user wrote: ‘I think I’ve just been sick in my mouth’

The 49-year-old started her short speech with: 'Our Queen, kind, loving, strong, serving our country, the Commonwealth, uniting us all together

The 49-year-old started her short speech with: ‘Our Queen, kind, loving, strong, serving our country, the Commonwealth, uniting us all together

Fans were quick to share their negative opinions to Twitter, as one wrote: 'Geri Horner has gone from ginger spice to cringer spice'

Fans were quick to share their negative opinions to Twitter, as one wrote: ‘Geri Horner has gone from ginger spice to cringer spice’

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee enters its third day today with the Epsom Derby and Party At The Palace concert, featuring Diana Ross, Sir Rod Stewart, Sam Ryder and more.

They are part of a series of major events scheduled for the four-day extravaganza, which began on Thursday with Trooping the Colour and a jaw-dropping 71-aircraft Flypast.

The celebration will end on Sunday with a special Pageant celebrating the life of the nation’s longest-reigning monarch. 

Intense: The star - who didn't show much emotion on her face - added: 'Always putting others before yourself, you're truly inspirational, inside and out, we thank you...we love you'

Intense: The star – who didn’t show much emotion on her face – added: ‘Always putting others before yourself, you’re truly inspirational, inside and out, we thank you…we love you’

During Saturday’s concert, Charles and William are preparing to deliver public tributes at the concert to the Queen, who will be watching on television from Windsor.

The evening will also feature appearances from sports figures and stars of the stage and screen.

Sir David Attenborough, Emma Raducanu, David Beckham, Stephen Fry, Dame Julie Andrews, The Royal Ballet and Paralympian swimmer Ellie Simmonds will all make appearances.

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