Girl power: Spice Girls confirm plans to work together again

Girl power: Spice Girls confirm plans to work together again

Girl power: Spice Girls confirm plans to work together again

The statement (shared with Entertainment Weekly) claims that the women "enjoyed a wonderful afternoon catching up and reminiscing about the fantastic times", which was visible in the Instagram photos. Victoria Beckham, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown and Melanie Chisholm have never really left the radar since their collective debut in 1996 - though things have been pretty quiet on the music front since their last reunion.

It appeared they were all excited by the reunion, and shared the same picture of them together on their social media accounts with captions referencing their "girl power" legacy. Although as a human being who paid actual currency for the Spice Girls first album, I'm clearly both a massive hypocrite and a bad person. In a statement, the group said new ventures will embrace the original essence of the Spice Girls and reinforce messages of female empowerment.

"Bunton promised the "future is looking spicy" in her post, while Horner said "£girlpower is alive and well", after reports surfaced of a potential meeting to discuss plans for a reunion.

All five members of the Spice Girls reunited Friday to pose for a photo on member Victoria Beckham's Instagram. Meanwhile Brown praised the group for helping her become "who I am". "So many kisses!", adding "exciting".

It is believed they will not do a full tour due to family and business commitments.

All of your '90s dreams have come true, friends: The Spice Girls have reunited (At least, for an afternoon).

Some Twitter users were positive about the speculation of a reunion. "No one in their right mind would turn down 10M!" The last time they got back together, in 2007-8, the five powerhouse singers toured the U.S., Canada, Spain, Germany and of course the United Kingdom, and it was a rousing success.

And said: "Can we pay them not to?"

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