Mel B. Hopeful Regarding 2016 Spice Girls Reunion
Every young girl who grew up in the mid-90’s had only one all-girl group on their minds- the Spice Girls. Every girl knew their songs by heart, and also knew the matching dance moves. However, as the twentieth anniversary of the girl group draws near, Mel B., also known as Scary Spice, in recent interviews, has been talking about the much awaited Spice Girl reunion.
Ever since the Spice Girls went their separate ways in 1998, fans of the girl group have been waiting and wondering when the girls would get back together again.
According to Mail Online and Today, the group did reunite in 2007 for a reunion tour, and performed together during the 2012 London Olympics, but aside from that, there has been no word if the girls would ever actually get together again.
However, it seems that Spice Girls fans have some reason to hope, especially as the group’s twentieth anniversary draws near. Mel B., also known as Scary Spice, has declared twice on NBC’s Today show, that a Spice Girls reunion will happen for their twentieth year.
In her second appearance on Today, she mentioned that it would be “rude” towards the fans if they didn’t reunite next year.
However, in both instances, she recognized that one of the reasons why it was hard for them to get together to pull off a reunion concert is because that each of them have different careers, and also lead very different lives.
The singer and judge, though, is hopeful that she would be able to orchestrate such a reunion.
Mail Online also posted a recent interview done with Emma Bunton or Baby Spice, who said that the prospect of entering their twentieth year is “crazy,” but mentioned that there hasn’t been any talk or new about whether a reunion was in the works.
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She added, however, that she sees the other four girls quite often, and that they have all remained good friends.
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