Heidi Hamilton from Dish Nation discusses Spice Girls reunion tour, Alec Baldwin victim speaks out

Spice Girls Reunite - Without Posh - For 2019 UK Tour

The Spice Girls have announced their first tour for a decade, with six UK stadium dates in June next year.

Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm revealed details of the reunion tour in a video on social media on Monday.

Victoria Beckham, however, will not be taking part.

"I won't be joining my girls on stage again but being in the Spice Girls was a hugely important part of my life and I wish them so much love and fun as they go back on tour next year. I know they will put on an amazing show and the fantastic fans past and present are going to have a wonderful time! X vb."

Alec Baldwin's Alleged Victim Breaks His Silence

The man who was allegedly punched in the face by Alec Baldwin over a parking space on Friday has reportedly spoken out about the situation.

Although the New York Police Department has not released the name of the man, Page Six reported that the alleged 49-year-old victim is Wojciech Cieszkowski, a construction business owner who survived the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013.

On Saturday, Cieszkowski told the outlet that he's "recovering" from the incident, adding that although he felt "sore…I'll be fine."
Cieszkowski had no visible bruise marks on his face when he answered the door at his Pearl River, N.Y. home.

He was tight-lipped about the alleged encounter, which erupted the day before on East 10th Street in the East Village, when cops say Cieszkowski swooped in with his midnight black Saab station wagon and took a parking spot being reserved for Baldwin.

The short-fused actor went ballistic as the spot-swooper began to feed the meter, cops and witnesses said.

Yelling escalated to shoving, and finally Baldwin allegedly swung at Cieszkowski -- who said he kind of recognized his assailant.

"I've seen him [on 'Saturday Night Live'] a few times," he said. But he was noncommittal about ever tuning to watch Baldwin's riff on President Trump again. "I can't say for now," he said, before driving off in his Saab. Baldwin has insisted in a tweet from the account for his family's foundation that the "assertion that I punched anyone over a parking spot is false.

The "Miami Blues" star managed to hold his temper in the 6th Precinct, sitting quietly in a holding cell and only speaking when spoken to, police sources noted."