Victoria Beckham pours doubt on 'Spice World 2' rumours

The group the Spice Girls arrive on a double decker bus at New York's Planet Hollywood, January 14. The Spice Girls were making an appearance at the theme restaurant to donate memorabilia from their new movie
The Spice Girls starred in 'Spice World' in 1997. (Reuters)

Victoria Beckham has apparently cast doubt on rumours that a Spice Girls movie sequel is in the pipeline.

The 25th anniversary of Spice World is coming up, and there has been speculation about a follow up film to mark the milestone.

However, Beckham indicated that she doesn’t have any plans to join Mel C, Mel B, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton for another big screen outing.

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According to Metro, she shared a story online about the movie rumours and said: “Has someone got something to tell me?!”

The mum-of-four apparently added a laughing emoji and a confused emoji to her message.

SANTA MONICA, LOS ANGELES, CA, USA - NOVEMBER 11: Victoria Beckham wearing a Victoria Beckham outfit poses in the press room at the People's Choice Awards 2018 held at Barker Hangar on November 11, 2018 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency/Sipa USA)
Victoria Beckham doesn't seem to know about the rumoured sequel. (Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency/Sipa USA)

Spice World was released in 1997 and featured the Wannabe singers as themselves, as they went through a series of fictional events.

Earlier this month The Sun reported that the group had approached a screenwriter about a possible “tongue in cheek” follow up to mark the movie’s 25th anniversary next year.

Horner, Mel C, Mel B and Bunton were all said to be on board and keen to get Beckham to join them.

The Spice Girls, a British pop group, pose, from left: Emma Banton (Baby Spice), Victoria Adams (Posh Spice), Melanie Brown (Scary Spice), Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) and Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice) Thursday, Jan. 22, 1998, at the premiere of their movie
The 25th anniversary of 'Spice World' is coming up. (AP Photo/Michael Tweed)

The pop star-turned-designer did not join the rest of the Spice Girls when they reunited to tour in 2019 and told German Vogue that it had taken courage to turn her bandmates down.

The tour was a huge success but Mel C later said “there was something missing” without Posh Spice there.

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Talking to the BBC in 2020, she said: "Not having Victoria on stage last year, you know, it was bittersweet.

"The shows were phenomenal but there was someone missing."

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