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The Spice Girls Plan For Reunion Next Year - Reportedly Including Victoria Beckham

15 November 2017, 11:13 | Myron Mathis

The Spice Girls Plan For Reunion Next Year - Reportedly Including Victoria Beckham

The Spice Girls Plan For Reunion Next Year - Reportedly Including Victoria Beckham

The UK's Sun newspaper is reporting that all five singers have agreed to a reunion in 2018 which will see them record both a new album and a TV special.

All hopes of a reunion had previously been dashed after Mel C and Victoria Beckham refused to return to the Girl Power pop group, but there has now been a change of plan with all five girls having "secret talks" about reforming since the summer. "As it stands, they will be working together on a series of projects, which will include an album and a TV special celebrating the Spice Girls". The paper says getting Victoria to agree was the hardest part since she has always been the person holding back on a reunion.

The girls were not on the friendliest terms earlier this year, but the highs and lows in thier personal lives have reportedly brought them closer.

Fans of the girl group have expressed their excitement on Twitter.


That includes one-time Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, whose career has taken her nearly as far as humanly possible away from the confected 1990s pop act scene. I repeat THEY ARE GETTING BACK TOGETHER! Melanie Brown aka Scary Spice's tumultuous divorce and the birth of Geri Halliwell aka Ginger Spice's son have motivated them to let bygones be bygones and revive their sisterhood.

In a 1998 Union-Tribune interview, Posh Spice addressed those differences, without casting much light on them, saying of Halliwell: "She wanted to move on".

"Did we try and talk her out of it? We're very confident, the four of us, and we've re-choreographed the show".

Way back in 2012, the group reunited to perform at the Olympic Games in London and absolutely smashed it! The Spice Girls' 2007/2008 reunion tour earned more than $100 million.



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