Victoria Beckham hasn’t shared the stage with the Spice Girls in over a decade. But will she soon be working with her former colleagues again?
Are the Spice Girls making a comeback with the original cast? Mel B (47) has now claimed that Victoria Beckham (49) will return to the band for a project that is still secret. The singer explained to The Sun that an announcement is imminent, news that should delight Spice Girls fans around the world.
Back on stage together for eleven years?
Mel B apparently didn’t want to reveal details, but according to the report she promised that all five band members wanted to work together again for the first time in eleven years. The Spice Girls, who had their greatest successes in the 90s, were last on stage as a five-piece in 2012. At that time they had performed a medley of their hits at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in London.
Mel B makes a big secret out of it
Beckham, now a successful fashion designer, did not tour the UK with the rest of the Spice Girls, Mel B, Melanie C, 49, Emma Bunton, 47, and Geri Horner, 50, in 2019. Now, according to Mel B, the 49-year-old is said to be back on board. She told The Sun of the planned new project: “I can’t say what that is at the moment because we’re in the process of perfecting what the five of us are going to do together, but it’s going to be something that the fans will really love.”
Emma Bunton also talks about reunion
Also in November 2022, Emma Bunton had already confirmed that the Spice Girls were planning something after their reunion at Geri Horner’s 50th birthday party. The group has “things in the pipeline,” she said on This Morning at the time. The band discusses ideas – with all five original members.
“I think it would be nice to do something,” she said. “I don’t know if it’s going to be a tour, but there are things in the pipeline that we’d love to do together again – all of us.” During the interview, Bunton also revealed that the band members are “in talks” about a documentary series . However, there are no “definitive” plans yet.