Mel B says Spice Girls WILL reunite to perform and tour


Scary Spice Mel B has said that all five Spice Girls will reunite for a tour.

Despite no official word on the famous five women getting back together, Melanie Brown, 43, has added fuel to the fire by saying they’re due to perform together.

With Victoria Beckham, 44, previously crushing everyone’s hopes that the girl group would reform by saying there would be ‘no more music from the Spice Girls’ and that there definitely was ‘no tour’, Mel B has said the complete opposite.

‘We’re going to be performing. Finally, we’re going to be performing,’ she announced on NBC’s US show Today. ‘Finally, they’ve got it together!’

Mel B seen attending Hello! Magazine x Dover Street Market – anniversary party on May 9, 2018. (Getty)
Mel B seen attending Hello! Magazine x Dover Street Market – anniversary party on May 9, 2018. (Getty)

When asked about saying things that contradicted what Posh Spice had said, the Leeds-born star clarified once and for all: ‘She’s always bloody saying that! Stop it!’ she bellowed. ‘We are [touring], yes! Should I have really said that out loud?’

But she wasn’t done there, she went on to explicitly say that they will be regrouping to perform togehter as the original Spice Girls – although in what specific capacity and over how many dates or on which shows she didn’t clarify: ‘We are going to be doing performances together, for sure.’

Recently, Emma Bunton, 42, said that they’d been discussing an animated superhero movie as a means of promoting Girl Power.

‘It’s something that we’re talking about,’ Baby Spice shared. ‘The opportunities we get given, it’s amazing. There is so much excitement, it’s just about making sure it’s the right thing.’

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