Mel B Says the Spice Girls Are Reforming in New Interview

The Spice Girls are finally getting back together, according to Mel B

In an interview with the British talk show Loose Women on Monday (July 23), Mel B, also known as Scary Spice, said that the British pop group will be reforming this year, via Reuters.  “We’re sisters at the end of the day and what we went through was quite an amazing, brilliant, journey so we’re together, we’re back together,” Mel B added.

When questioned about whether all of the group would be involved, Mel said: “There’s one that’s been a bit difficult. But she’s getting roped in.”

The group, known for their hits "Wannabe," and "2 Become 1," formed in 1994 is and is made up of Melani Brown (Scary Spice), Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice) and Geri Horner, formerly Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice). 

After Halliwell left the group in 1998, the rest of the Spice Girls disbanded after their 2000 album, Forever. The last time that the group has performed was in 2012 at the closing ceremonies of the Summer Olympics in London.

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