It’s been rumoured for years on whether or not The Spice Girls would ever actually reunite…

The group last performed at the London 2012 Olympics, travelling throughout the arena on top of London cabs. It was a big moment for British pop culture and Spice fans, but since then, there hasn’t been much hope to see them all together again.


Until now, of course! Yesterday, Dan Wootton wrote in his column that the group were rumoured for a huge reform. There has been enthusiasm on most girls parts at one point or another, but Victoria Beckham has always been opposed to the idea.

With a successful fashion empire, Beckham isn’t keen to be remembered as a Spice Girl, particularly when her singing abilities have always been a source of ridicule.


But it was Victoria that shared the above snap on her Instagram feed, with the caption: ‘Love my girls!!! So many kisses!!! X Exciting x.’

The girls have met up to reportedly discuss opportunities with the band, such as a TV programme. The girls could be earning up to £10 million each for their involvement.

According to The Sun, Victoria was swayed on the reunion when she was reassured by the bands former manager, Simon Fuller, that her vocals would not be needed.

Other possible projects that could be in the pipeline are a TV show in China, a television talent show, a compilation album and endorsement deals. Here at Feisty, we are beginning to think the talent show could follow the same format as Gary Barlow’s, Let It Shine – which saw men auditioning for the role of Take That members in a stage production musical.

However, fans are warned not to get their hopes up for a tour, as the girls don’t have time to commit to going out on the road.

Written by Feisty Press

Reporting on celebrity and entertainment news.

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