Will they or won’t they? When it comes to a possible Spice Girls reunion tour, the truth has been about as clear as dusted-over stained glass, but Mel B is now saying firmly, loudly and unequivocally that yes, girl power is making a comeback.
Mel confirmed to Us Weekly at the America’s Got Talent red carpet kick off Monday (March 12) that you can expect to catch the five-member supergroup to hit the road again soon.
“Well it is already confirmed, we are all signed to Simon Fuller. All five of us,” she said.
“We are friends at the end of the day,” she added. “We have tea and hang out and we talk about stuff. We are all parents now and for us five to be able to say that we can sell out arenas and concerts, that is a good feeling…My 19-year-old calls me vintage and I don’t know if that is cool or not but I will take it as cool.”
TMZ first reported in February that the Spice Girls were reuniting for a summer anniversary tour that would hit the United States and the United Kingdom. Victoria Beckham, though, later debunked the rumor to Vogue.
“I’m not going on tour. The girls aren’t going on tour,” she told Vogue, while promoting her New York Fashion Week fall/winter collection, unveiled Sunday. “It was really, really, really lovely…but this (fashion design) is what I do now.”
The Spice Girls officially formed in 1994 and were active as a group until 2000 (still, Geri Horner left the group in 1998). The ladies reunited for a 2007-2008 tour and also performed at the Summer Olympics in London in 2012.
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