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Retrieved 16 Nov 2010.  Sinclair, David (2004). Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame. Omnibus Press. p. 33.  "Tulisa sex tape would be
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Mail, 26 April 2004. Retrieved on 26 October 2009 Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame, David Sinclair, p281. Retrieved on 2 June 2008 "Has
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2008 Where The Truth Lies, Julia Hobsbawm, Atlantic Books 2006 Wannabe, How The Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame, David Sinclair, Omnibus Press, 2004
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Retrieved August 28, 2017.  Sinclair, David (2004). Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame. Omnibus Press. p. 75. ISBN 0-7119-8643-6.  Official
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(Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2006), pp. 288–9. D. Sinclair, Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame (Omnibus Press, 2004), pp. 71–2. N. Warwick, T. Brown
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(Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2006), pp. 288–9. D. Sinclair, Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame (Omnibus Press, 2004), pp. 71–2. N. Warwick, T. Brown
1990s in music (10,388 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
(Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2006), pp. 288–9. D. Sinclair, Wannabe: How the Spice Girls Reinvented Pop Fame (Omnibus Press, 2004), pp. 71–2. N. Warwick, T. Brown