Victoria Beckham set to finally reunite with Spice Girls for new TV show

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Victoria Beckham will finally reunite with Spice Girls for a new TV show (AFP via Getty Images)
Victoria Beckham will finally reunite with Spice Girls for a new TV show (AFP via Getty Images)

Victoria Beckham will finally reunite with Spice Girls for a new TV show.

The singer turned fashion designer has vowed to get back together with the band for a new documentary made by top film-makers about their rise to global fame.

The 48-year-old famously turned down the opportunity to join bandmates Mel C, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Geri Horner for their sold-out UK stadium tour in 2019 and has shut the door on any upcoming tour plans.

However, she is believed to be fully up for participating in the TV project.

"The director and the whole concept of how that was shot and filmed is really, really, really good,” Mel B said, confirming all five members are on board during a recent appearance on Australian TV.

“We’ll be doing our own version with them."

While she’s on board with the Spice Girls docuseries, Beckham has closed the door on future reunion tours with the band (Getty Images)
While she’s on board with the Spice Girls docuseries, Beckham has closed the door on future reunion tours with the band (Getty Images)

The show, which is expected to be a docuseries, will also reportedly unearth unseen footage from the group’s hey day.

Spilling the beans on one of the previously unknown Spice tidbits, Mel B added: "The rap in the Wannabe video, I actually wrote on the toilet while the other girls were doing the vocals.

"My kids go, 'Mummy, your music has come full circle', and I’m thinking,'“Ooh they’re going to compliment me'. Then I get told, 'It’s come full circle because now you’re just vintage.

“‘Old but good.’"

The last time the Spice Girls performed as a five-piece was at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012 (AFP via Getty Images)
The last time the Spice Girls performed as a five-piece was at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012 (AFP via Getty Images)

The show will be produced by the team behind Netflix’s Emmy-winning series The Last Dance, which was centred around US basketball legend Michael Jordan.

Recently, Victoria’s former footballer husband David Beckham shared a video of her singing Spice Girls classic Stop during a karaoke session.

Fans were left excited by the clip and rushed to leave comments sharing their hopes that the video was a sign of the mother-of-four having a change of heart about not touring in the future.

Mel C also waded in enthusiastically and teased: "Nice to see you getting a head start on rehearsals!”

The group has recently hinted that they have plans to celebrate 25 years of their box office hit film Spice World.

Mel C also said in June that Posh was likely to be up for a reunion performance if they were offered the coveted "legend slot" at Glastonbury 2023.

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